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Baltimore cop sued for millions after police brutality video surfaces
A Baltimore Police officer is facing $5 million dollar brutality lawsuit after a video surfaced showing him repeatedly punching a man.

18.09.2014 03:44

Texas executes second woman this year
The State of Texas executed its second female convict for the year on Wednesday after the Supreme Court declined to grant a last-minute request to halt the procedure.

18.09.2014 04:58

Americans think Chicago is most dangerous US city, even as crime drops
Chicago is the most dangerous of the ten most populous cities in the United States – or so most Americans think, according to a new poll. Yet data shows that the crime rate in the Windy City has actually plummeted over the past three years.

18.09.2014 01:10

US Air Force to allow atheists to omit ‘God’ from reenlistment oath
The US Air Force is changing the instructions for its reenlistment pledge after an atheist airman was initially denied the ability to re-enlist because he refused to use the word “God” in his oath of office.

18.09.2014 01:41

CodePink hijacks Kerry’s ‘defeat ISIS’ speech with anti-war slogans
US Secretary of State John Kerry’s testimony on the need to destroy the Islamic State could have been most convincing, if it wasn't for signs reading “Congress Stop Obama’s War” and “More War More Extremists” held by CodePink activists behind his back.

17.09.2014 21:57

​Yellowstone National Park to kill up to 900 bison this winter
The bison population in Yellowstone National Park will be significantly reduced this winter, as park officials have announced a plan to cull up to 900 animals that attempt to leave or drift away from the park.

18.09.2014 03:31

Obama insists ground troops will not join ISIS fight, US military less sure
US President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry continue to insist that American ground troops will not be involved in the fight against Islamic State militants – a pledge that has been called into question by US Army generals.

17.09.2014 23:58

NATO stages Black Sea naval drills
NATO is launching exercises in the international waters of the Balkans, with warships and troops of several member countries also “visiting” Bulgaria until September 22. It comes as a new submarine enters service in the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

17.09.2014 21:02

Police release footage of sovereign citizen’s assault on Georgia courthouse (VIDEOS)
Officials have released surveillance camera footage an incident from Georgia last year that ended with a self-described ‘sovereign citizen’ dying in a gun battle with the police.

17.09.2014 20:38

Navy removes destroyer's top three commanding officers mid-deployment
In an extremely rare move, the US Navy removed a ship’s top three commanding officers from their posts while it is at sea. The Navy is conducting an investigation into the command climate aboard the USS James E. Williams (DDG-95).

17.09.2014 18:27

Chemical producer lobbies for increase in allowed levels of pesticide linked to 'Beemageddon'
Seed giant Syngenta is asking federal regulators in the United States to raise the allowable levels of a certain pesticide used on select crops despite warnings from critics.

17.09.2014 19:13

Occupy group abolishes nearly $4 million in student loan debt
On the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, an offshoot group announced that it has erased $3.8 million worth of private student loan debt.

17.09.2014 17:09

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