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The streets of Ferguson were mostly peaceful for another night, as protests and tensions were subsiding in the St. Louis suburb where unrest had erupted after a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old.
Hamas media: Masked gunmen kill 7 alleged informers for Israel near Gaza mosque
Officials: Florida woman who shot 7-year-old grandson likely won't face charges
New Jersey congressman's office apologizes for using photo of Soviet medals in Facebook ad
Maine town renames street 'Redskin's Drive' after school's former mascot, drawing criticism
Threat of more heavy rain raises risks in search for victims of Japan landslides
Hamas kills 11 alleged informers for Israel, day after Israel killed 3 top Hamas commanders
After emotional day of testimony, former Virginia governor back on stand in corruption trial
The "10 Things I Hate About You" star sold her condo for $2.7 million.
It could all come down to Louisiana, where Sen. Mary Landrieu â€“ the last Democrat holding a statewide office in the increasingly red Creole State â€“ is making a bid for a fourth term, with polls showing her neck-and-neck with her leading Republican challenger, Rep. Bill Cassidy.
AP journalist: First trucks in Russian aid convoy driven into eastern Ukraine
United Nations: Syria death toll rises to more than 191,000 between March 2011 and April 2014
India blocks release of film on Indira Gandhi's killing, says it glorifies her assassins
Decades-old case shapes how Ferguson police officer to be judged for shooting of unarmed man
Jell-O's revitalization efforts turn out to be a big flop
Husband: Utah woman who unknowingly drank lye-tainted tea has nightmares reliving moment
Indian activist freed after 14 years forcibly taken for medical test as she continues to fast
Police: Couple planned to turn 2 Amish girls into slaves, but released them out of fear
Person with knowledge of deal: Wolves to get Thaddeus Young as part of Kevin Love deal