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From Bad To Worse: A Tough Day For The Washington Redskins

From Bad To Worse: A Tough Day For The Washington Redskinsas the team arrived at Minneapolis' TCF Bank Stadium, players faced some 5,000 Native American protesters angry over the team's name and logo and demanding it be changed to resolve a long-standing dispute.

Tunisia’s Secularists Victorious In Parliamentary Vote

Tunisia’s Secularists Victorious In Parliamentary VoteTunisia's main secularist party has won a decisive victory against Islamists in parliamentary elections, grabbing 85 seats, or just under 40 percent in the 217-seat assembly, according to official results.

Maker Of ‘Body Cams’ Used By Police Reports Spike In Sales

Maker Of ‘Body Cams’ Used By Police Reports Spike In SalesThe company says 2014 sales of its "Axon Body" model are up 300 percent over last year, and sales of its more expensive "Axon Flex" camera have doubled.

Angry Mob Sets Fire To Parliament In Burkina Faso

Angry Mob Sets Fire To Parliament In Burkina FasoThousands of protesters in Burkina Faso broke through police lines and surged into the country's parliament, setting the building on fire ahead of a vote that would have allowed the country's president to extend his 27-year rule of the West African country.

New Crash Test Dummy To Gain Pounds To Reflect Fatalities Among Obese

New Crash Test Dummy To Gain Pounds To Reflect Fatalities Among ObeseMore than one-third of Americans are obese, and one recent study showed that obese drivers are more likely to die in a car crash. So the world's largest maker of dummies is making one that is obese.

Close To 100,000 Hungarian Demonstrators Protest Internet Usage Tax

Close To 100,000 Hungarian Demonstrators Protest Internet Usage TaxSome 100,000 people took to the streets of Budapest, Hungary, on Tuesday to protest a proposed plan to tax Internet use.

FTC Says AT&T Misled Customers About ‘Unlimited’ Data Plans

FTC Says AT&T Misled Customers About ‘Unlimited’ Data PlansThe FTC says that by "throttling," or slowing down, the data of high-volume users, AT&T in fact was not giving users unlimited data.

Russia Reportedly Suspected In Hack Of White House Network

Russia Reportedly Suspected In Hack Of White House NetworkThe newspaper quotes unnamed White House officials as saying that it did not damage any systems and that there's no immediate evidence that a classified network was breached.

North Korean Officials Reportedly Executed For Watching Soap Operas

North Korean Officials Reportedly Executed For Watching Soap OperasThe latest public executions reportedly bring to at least 50 the number of people put to death by the hard-line regime.

Hawaii Lava Flow Less Than 100 Yards From Homes In Pahoa Village

Hawaii Lava Flow Less Than 100 Yards From Homes In Pahoa VillageDozens of residents from the village of Pahoa on Hawaii's Big Island are preparing to watch their homes be engulfed by a slow-moving finger of lava.