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Mexican Authorities: Drug Traffickers Confess To Killing 43 Students

Mexican Authorities: Drug Traffickers Confess To Killing 43 StudentsThe bizarre case allegedly began when the mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, ordered police to attack the students.

Saudi Council Reportedly Recommends Letting Some Women Drive

Saudi Council Reportedly Recommends Letting Some Women DriveWomen must be at least 30, have permission from their male guardian, not wear makeup and drive only in daylight hours.

Boehner Says Rolling Back Obamacare Is GOP Priority

Boehner Says Rolling Back Obamacare Is GOP PriorityHouse Speaker John Boehner said approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline and the repeal of key parts of Obamacare are among Republicans' top priorities.

Gay-Marriage Bans Are Upheld In 4 States By Circuit Court

Gay-Marriage Bans Are Upheld In 4 States By Circuit CourtBans on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee were confirmed by a federal court Thursday, in a ruling that provides yet another shift in the legal fight over the issue.

Lt. Alonzo Cushing, Hero Of Gettysburg, Awarded Medal Of Honor

Lt. Alonzo Cushing, Hero Of Gettysburg, Awarded Medal Of Honor1st Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing, whose defense of a key ridge at the Battle of Gettysburg helped turn the tide of the Civil War and end slavery.

Voters In Texas City Approve Ban On Fracking

Voters In Texas City Approve Ban On FrackingThe vote is expected to be challenged, but Mayor Chris Watts said he would defend the ban.

University Of California Proposes Tuition Hike For Next 5 Years

University Of California Proposes Tuition Hike For Next 5 YearsFollowing three years of a tuition freeze, the University of California system is considering a major hike.

NATO’s New Secretary General Makes First Visit To Kabul

NATO’s New Secretary General Makes First Visit To KabulThe new secretary general of NATO and Pakistan's Army chief were in Kabul on Thursday to meet with newly-sworn-in President Ashraf Ghani.

Newly Released ‘Fast And Furious’ Documents Include A Slam On Issa

Newly Released ‘Fast And Furious’ Documents Include A Slam On IssaAttorney General Eric Holder listens to Rep. Darryl Issa, R-Calif., on video screen, while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, before a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Operation Fast and Furious. Susan Walsh/AP

Police Capture Mexican Mayor Accused Of Ordering Student Kidnappings

Police Capture Mexican Mayor Accused Of Ordering Student KidnappingsThe Mexican federal government has been searching for Abarca since they accused him of ordering the capture of 43 college students.