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Saturday, May 23, 2015
Emails from Hillary Clinton obtained Thursday by a U.S. daily revealed her own sources provided intelligence on a deadly 2012 attack in Libya that conflicted with White House statements.
A grand jury indicted all six officers charged in the case of an African-American whose death from injuries he suffered in police custody sparked rioting in Baltimore and nationwide protests. The indictment allows the city's top prosecutor to press ahead with the most serious charges despite criticism that she was part of an "overzealous prosecution."
Jhoset was asleep in his crib when the wall of mud washed over La Margarita, sweeping away everything in its path, killing his mother and leaving the 11 month old an orphan.
Friday, May 22, 2015
Margaretta "Happy" Rockefeller, the widow of former U.S. Vice President and New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller and one of the first women to speak publicly about her breast cancer in the 1970s, has died. She was 88.
'Happy' Rockefeller dies in New York at 88
California declares emergency over oil spill
The governor of California declared an emergency as crews scrambled to contain an oil slick and clean up popular beaches after a pipeline rupture dumped thousands of gallons of oil into the ocean.
U.S. House Republicans voted Wednesday to place limits on funding for scientific research, including climate change studies, as they passed legislation that more narrowly defines their priorities.
Nebraska may soon abolish death penalty
Nebraska lawmakers gave final approval on Wednesday to a bill abolishing the death penalty that would make it the first conservative state to do so since 1973 if the measure becomes law.
White House hopeful Rand Paul theatrically brought the Senate to a standstill Wednesday, delivering a 10-hour, 30-minute speech seeking to end intelligence agency bulk telephone data collection from millions of Americans.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Colombians celebrate baby's miracle survival from mudslide
Colombians are celebrating the rescue of an 11-month-old baby who survived a huge mudslide that killed at least 78 people, including the child's mother and 11 other relatives, but officials held out no hope Wednesday for finding more survivors.
U.S. and British regulators fined six major global banks nearly US$6 billion Thursday for rigging the foreign exchange market and Libor interest rates.
US, UK fine 6 top banks nearly US$6 bil. for forex, Libor abuses
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