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Report: British Army Sniper’s Single Shot Kills Six Taliban

Report: British Army Sniper’s Single Shot Kills Six Taliban

A shot fired by a British Army sniper at a suspected Taliban fighter in Afghanistan last December killed not just the man in the marksman’s sights but also five other men who were thought to be militant soldiers, The Telegraph reports.

U.N. Report Raises Climate Change Warning, Points To Opportunities

U.N. Report Raises Climate Change Warning, Points To Opportunities

“The effects of climate change are already occurring on all continents and across the oceans,” and the world is mostly “ill-prepared” for the risks that the sweeping changes present, a new report from the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concludes.

Angry Relatives Of Passengers On Flight 370 Demand Answers

Angry Relatives Of Passengers On Flight 370 Demand Answers

Families who lost loved ones on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are asking Malaysian officials to explain what happened to the jet that went missing three weeks ago.

Two Koreas Exchange Live Fire, Lob Shells Into Sea

Two Koreas Exchange Live Fire, Lob Shells Into Sea

“The two Koreas exchanged artillery fire across the western maritime border on Monday after the North staged a live-fire drill that sent artillery shells into southern waters and prompted the evacuation of South Korean islanders,” South Korea’s Yonhap News writes.

New Lead Shifts Search For Missing Jet 700 Miles North

New Lead Shifts Search For Missing Jet 700 Miles North

On their first day of searching a new area for any sign of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, “five aircraft spotted multiple objects of various colors,” the Australian Maritime Safety Authority said Friday.

After Detour, Soyuz Successfully Docks With ISS

After Detour, Soyuz Successfully Docks With ISS

Despite an unexpected wrinkle with a thruster that made a four-orbit rendezvous into a 32-orbit one, the Russian Soyuz successfully docked with the International Space Station Thursday night.

Obamacare Enrollment Exceeds 6 Million

Obamacare Enrollment Exceeds 6 Million

With the enrollment deadline looming, the Obama administration says 6 million Americans have signed up for health insurance through the exchanges set up by the federal government.

9 Missile Commanders Fired, Others Disciplined In Air Force Scandal

9 Missile Commanders Fired, Others Disciplined In Air Force Scandal

The Air Force has announced the firing of nine midlevel nuclear missile commanders and the disciplining of dozens of junior officers involved in cheating on ICBM proficiency exams.

Obama Lays Out His Plan To Have Telecoms Store Call Data

Obama Lays Out His Plan To Have Telecoms Store Call Data

President Obama announced Thursday that he has decided “the data should remain at the telephone companies.”

High Court Considers Definition Of Domestic Violence In Gun Case

High Court Considers Definition Of Domestic Violence In Gun Case

Law enforcement, domestic violence organizations and gun control groups won an important victory in the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday.