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In St. Louis, A Rally And Protests Over Police Shootings

In St. Louis, A Rally And Protests Over Police ShootingsResponding to a call to gather in St. Louis for a weekend event called Ferguson October, more than 1,000 people are hitting the city's streets to protest the recent killing of young black men by police.

U.S. And Other Nations Pledge $5.4 Billion To Rebuild Gaza

U.S. And Other Nations Pledge $5.4 Billion To Rebuild GazaA one-day conference in Cairo has brought pledges of some $5.4 billion to help rebuild Gaza.

Hong Kong Police Clear Some Protest Barricades

Hong Kong Police Clear Some Protest BarricadesHong Kong police moved on Monday to remove some of the barricades erected by pro-democracy protesters, according to reports by Reuters and the South China Morning Post.

Republican And Democrat Make Headlines For ‘Nicest’ Election Race

Republican And Democrat Make Headlines For ‘Nicest’ Election RaceNot many political opponents eat breakfast together or sit for a joint interview, but those things are what define the race for Campbell County sheriff in northern Kentucky.

Ebola: Does the risk justify the intensity of coverage?

Ebola: Does the risk justify the intensity of coverage?If you've been anywhere near a television or computer in the past 24 hours, you may have wanted to take cover.

Report: Amazon to open brick-and-mortar store

Report: Amazon to open brick-and-mortar storeAmazon, the giant Internet retailer, is taking a step into the physical world with plans to open a brick-and-mortar store in New York City.

Turkey: Unilateral ground operation against ISIS ‘unrealistic’

Turkey: Unilateral ground operation against ISIS ‘unrealistic’Turkey's foreign minister says his country won't unilaterally intervene in Syria to protect Kurds against the self-declared Islamic State.

Stephen Hawking has a guest vocal on Pink Floyd’s new album

Stephen Hawking has a guest vocal on Pink Floyd’s new albumStephen Hawking will bring his iconic synthesized voice to Pink Floyd's new album, The Endless River, set for release in November.

Justices will decide whether workers must endure unpaid inconvenience

Justices will decide whether workers must endure unpaid inconvenienceThe U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that could affect millions of low-wage hourly workers across the country.

Lawsuit testing personhood of chimps gets its day in court

Lawsuit testing personhood of chimps gets its day in courtA novel legal case exploring the personhood of chimps got its day at an appellate level court Wednesday.