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Unidentified Remains To Be In Repository At Sept. 11 Museum

Unidentified Remains To Be In Repository At Sept. 11 Museum

Hoping it will be “a dignified and reverential setting,” the soon-to-be-opened National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York City says approximately 8,000 unidentified remains of those who died in the 2001 terrorist attacks in Manhattan are returning “to the sacred ground of the World Trade Center site.”

Putin’s Out Of The Club For Now: G-8 Is Back To Being The G-7

Putin’s Out Of The Club For Now: G-8 Is Back To Being The G-7

Russia’s 20 years of having a seat at the table when leaders of the world’s most powerful industrialized nations meet came to at least a temporary end.

NATO Chief Concerned Over Russian Troops On Ukraine Border

NATO Chief Concerned Over Russian Troops On Ukraine Border

NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says he’s concerned about a massing of Russian troops along the eastern border with Ukraine, saying that the alliance was focused on “effective deterrence and defense.”

March Madness: After The Upsets, Which Team Do You Like Now?

March Madness: After The Upsets, Which Team Do You Like Now?

So with the “Sweet 16″ now set, it’s time for everyone to regroup. Maybe the team you picked to win it all is still in the tournament.

White House To Propose Halting NSA Bulk Collection Of Phone Data

White House To Propose Halting NSA Bulk Collection Of Phone Data

President Obama is reportedly preparing to announce a plan to scrap the government’s systematic collection of bulk phone records as part of a far-reaching overhaul of the National Security Agency’s controversial electronic surveillance activities.

Japan To Turn Over Nuclear Stockpile To U.S. For Safe Keeping

Japan To Turn Over Nuclear Stockpile To U.S. For Safe Keeping

Japan has agreed to hand over to the U.S. a decades-old stockpile of weapons-grade plutonium and highly enriched uranium that is said to be large enough to build dozens of nuclear weapons.

Ukraine Orders Its Troops Out Of Crimea As G7 Meets On Crisis

Ukraine Orders Its Troops Out Of Crimea As G7 Meets On Crisis

Ukraine announced the pullout of its troops from Crimea after Russia annexed the Black Sea peninsula and took control most of the military bases there.

Two More Upsets: Stanford Takes Kansas; Kentucky Fells Wichita St.

Two More Upsets: Stanford Takes Kansas; Kentucky Fells Wichita St.

The NCAA Tournament has produced another stunning upset: This afternoon, the Kansas Jayhawks joined Villanova as the second No. 2 seed to fall in the round of 32.

Analysis Shows Flight 370 ‘Ended’ In Indian Ocean, Malaysia Says

Analysis Shows Flight 370 ‘Ended’ In Indian Ocean, Malaysia Says

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday that new analysis of the flight path of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 showed that it “ended in the southern Indian Ocean.”

Federal Judge Strikes Down Michigan Gay-Marriage Ban

Federal Judge Strikes Down Michigan Gay-Marriage Ban

A federal judge has struck down Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage, making the state the latest to see such a prohibition overturned on constitutional grounds.