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Sunday, August 23, 2015
The Mexican government condemned an attack on a sleeping homeless man that police said was committed by two brothers, one of whom said that Donald Trump was right about deporting "all these illegals."
Guatemala president was 'No. 1' in graft scheme: officials
Prosecutors accused Guatemalan President Otto Perez on Friday of being one of the ringleaders of a corruption scandal shaking the country, as police arrested his former vice president.
New Orleans chaos is remembered, ten years after Katrina
Ten years ago, my New Orleans hotel shook like a speeding freight train.
Nickelodeon show profiles terminally ill children
Even though Linda Ellerbee has addressed many tough topics with young audiences before, it took a decade before Nickelodeon approved her idea of a "Nick News" episode where children with terminal illnesses talk about their lives.
Bid by King daughter to get medical records denied
A U.S. probate court commissioner in Las Vegas denied a bid Friday by one of B.B. King's adult daughters to obtain the late blues icon's medical records from an executor who she alleges mishandled her father's finances and health before he died.
Dr. Dre issues statement apologizing to 'women I've hurt'
Dr. Dre has issued a statement to the New York Times apologizing to "the women I've hurt" without specifically acknowledging the reason for the apology.
Charges have been tossed in the case of a man accused of throwing a banana peel at Dave Chappelle during a performance in the southwestern U.S. state New Mexico.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Peru's Congress voted unanimously Thursday to authorize military planes to shoot down suspected drug flights, which police say smuggle more than a ton of cocaine to Bolivia daily.
Brazil's Cunha, Collor on graft charges
Brazil's attorney general filed corruption charges Thursday against the speaker of the lower house of congress and against a current senator who was impeached while serving as president in the early 1990s.
Hundreds of U.S. government employees -- including some with sensitive jobs in the White House, Congress and law enforcement agencies -- used Internet connections in their federal offices to access and pay membership fees to the cheating website Ashley Madison, The Associated Press has learned.
  
  
  
  
  
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