VanguardAttacks continue after Nigeria's truce with Boko Haram militantsLos Angeles TimesNigeria's week-old cease-fire with the militant group Boko Haram is in doubt, with dozens more women and children abducted and other near-daily attacks by insurgents. The fate of 219 schoolgirls abducted in April from the town of Chibok remains unclear, ...Boko Haram Reportedly Kidnaps Dozens Mor
BIG Brother’s cheating housemate Lawson will issue a blubbering apology to his girlfriend of five years tonight. “She’s a good person,” he sobs. “I am not.”
The UK has been told it must pay an extra £1.7bn (2.1bn euros) towards the European Union's budget because of the country's relative economic health.
Troops closed in on one of Mexico's most wanted drug lords Wednesday, nabbing him at a seafood restaurant in a popular tourist destination.
ReutersHelp wanted: Obama gets a job offer in CaliforniaContra Costa TimesPresident Barack Obama speaks while looking at a monitor showing images of First Lady Michelle Obama during a town hall-style meeting held at Cross Campus, a hub for startup companies and entrepreneurs, Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014, in Santa Monica, Calif.Obama wants an election about the economy, not himKansas City StarMillennia
BLACKBERRY’S latest device has an extremely bizarre design as the company tries whatever it can to stay relevant in the smartphone market.
Islamic State militants are amassing a fortune through their web of criminal activity, including earning roughly $1 million a day from oil smuggling alone, according to a Treasury Department official who on Thursday provided unprecedented details about the illicit financial network.
ABC NewsSaudis Are Next on Biden's Mideast Apology List After Harvard RemarksNew York TimesWASHINGTON — Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has one more stop on what has become a Middle East apology tour in the wake of his impolitic answer to a Harvard student's question: Saudi Arabia. After apologizing to officials from Turkey and the ...Joe Biden visits LA today; major roads closed

Meg Kissinger, a reporter for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, posted on Facebook that she was “creeped out” after she was told by a White House aide and an aide for Burke not to speak with people attending the Monday event.

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