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Rep. André Carson To Become First Muslim On House Committee On Intelligence

Rep. André Carson To Become First Muslim On House Committee On IntelligenceRep. André Carson of Indiana's 7th district soon will be the first Muslim lawmaker to serve on the House intelligence committee, according to Politico.

AirAsia Search: Singapore Ship Finds Aircraft’s Fuselage

AirAsia Search: Singapore Ship Finds Aircraft’s FuselageA Singapore Armed Forces ship has found the fuselage of AirAsia Flight 8501 that went down in the Java Sea last month, the country's defense minister said today.

Post-Attack Edition Of ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Sells Out In France

Post-Attack Edition Of ‘Charlie Hebdo’ Sells Out In FranceThe first post-attack edition of Charlie Hebdo has sold out in France, just hours after it was released.

Pakistani School At Center Of Taliban Massacre Reopens

Pakistani School At Center Of Taliban Massacre ReopensAmid heavy security on Monday, children returned to the Pakistani school where Taliban militants killed nearly 150 of their classmates and teachers last month.

Smoke-Filled Subway Train Leaves 1 Dead, 84 Hospitalized In Washington

Smoke-Filled Subway Train Leaves 1 Dead, 84 Hospitalized In WashingtonOne subway passenger died and more 84 were taken to the hospital, including two still in critical condition, when a Washington, D.C., train filled with smoke late Monday afternoon, WAMU reports.

Albuquerque Police Officers Face Murder Charges Over 2014 Shooting

Albuquerque Police Officers Face Murder Charges Over 2014 ShootingMonths after a deadly encounter that touched off contentious protests, two police officers who were captured on video shooting and killing a man in the foothills of Albuquerque, N.M., will face murder charges. James Boyd, 38, was killed after illegally camping in the city.

Ohio State Stops Oregon To Win NCAA Title

Ohio State Stops Oregon To Win NCAA TitleA game between two of the most high-powered offenses in college football, came down, time and again, to which team could grind out one or two yards.

Charlie Hebdo’s Editor On New Issue: ‘We’re Happy To Have … Done It’

Charlie Hebdo’s Editor On New Issue: ‘We’re Happy To Have … Done It’The staff of Charlie Hebdo said the last few days have been hard, but they are "happy" to have put out a magazine under the most intense of situations.

SpaceX Launch Successful; Recovery Attempt ‘Close, But No Cigar’

SpaceX Launch Successful; Recovery Attempt ‘Close, But No Cigar’SpaceX has successfully launched another resupply mission to the International Space Station months after a competitor in the private space-launch business suffered a catastrophic lift-off that resulted in the unmanned rocket's destruction.

George Zimmerman Again Arrested On Assault Charges

George Zimmerman Again Arrested On Assault ChargesGeorge Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer acquitted in the 2013 shooting death of Trayvon Martin, was arrested in Florida late Friday and has been charged with aggravated assault with a weapon.