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If A Monkey Takes A Photo, Who Owns The Copyright?

If A Monkey Takes A Photo, Who Owns The Copyright?An argument is brewing between British photographer David Slater and the folks at Wikimedia over who owns the rights to a photo a monkey took with Slater's equipment.

Iselle Downgraded To Tropical Storm As It Spins Toward Hawaii

Iselle Downgraded To Tropical Storm As It Spins Toward HawaiiThe National Weather Service has downgraded Hurricane Iselle to a tropical storm. Residents are still warned to take precautions. Strong winds have already knocked out power to parts of Hawaii's Big Island.

In Gaza, Cease-Fire Expires As Rockets Fly

In Gaza, Cease-Fire Expires As Rockets FlyJust as the latest cease-fire expired, rockets flew into Israel from Gaza and Israel responded by ordering airstrikes in Gaza.

Michigan Man Found Guilty In Shooting Death Of Girl On His Porch

Michigan Man Found Guilty In Shooting Death Of Girl On His PorchThe white Detroit-area homeowner who said he felt threatened when he shot and killed an unarmed black teenager on his front porch in November has been found guilty of second-degree murder, Michigan Radio reports.

Dutch Call Off Search For Additional Remains In Ukraine

Dutch Call Off Search For Additional Remains In UkraineDutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has called off the search for additional remains at the site of the downed airliner in Ukraine.

Federal Judges Weigh Gay Marriage Cases From Four States

Federal Judges Weigh Gay Marriage Cases From Four StatesThe cases from Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee "pit states' rights and traditional, conservative values against what plaintiffs' attorneys say is a fundamental right to marry under the U.S. Constitution," The Associated Press writes.

In Retaliation, Russia Bans Some Food Imports From U.S., Europe

In Retaliation, Russia Bans Some Food Imports From U.S., EuropeRetaliating for sanctions placed on it by the West, Russia has announced that it is banning the import of some food from the United States and its allies.

Spurs Hire NBA’s First Female Full-Time Assistant Coach

Spurs Hire NBA’s First Female Full-Time Assistant CoachThe NBA now has its first full-time female assistant coach, as the San Antonio Spurs have hired WNBA star Becky Hammon to join their bench for the upcoming season.

Afghan Policeman Turns Gun On Colleagues, Killing 7

Afghan Policeman Turns Gun On Colleagues, Killing 7A day after a man dressed in an Afghan military uniform opened fire at service members from the NATO-led coalition, another insider attack is making news.

Ukraine Forces Near Rebel City As Russia Escalates Border Exercises

Ukraine Forces Near Rebel City As Russia Escalates Border ExercisesRussia and Ukraine are holding large military exercises along their shared border as the Ukrainian military claims to be closing in on rebel strongholds in Donetsk and Luhansk, NPR's Karoun Demirjian reports from Moscow.