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Bangladesh court commutes death sentence of Islamist to imprisonment until death
Top US general says half of Iraq's army unsuitable to partner with US against Islamic State
Kluber strikes out 14, Gomes hits 2-run HR to help Indians halt skid with 4-2 win over Astros
US may use ground forces in Iraq if air campaign against militants fails, top general says
Questions, answers about Democrat's attempt to get off ballot for Senate race in Kansas
Australia promises $6.4 million to fight Ebola in West Africa where at least 2,400 have died
Outspoken scholar from China's Muslim minority stands trial on separatism charges in Xinjiang
Child abuse charge puts previously popular Adrian Peterson at center of criticism
Ferguson protesters renew call to remove prosecutor, arrest officer in fatal police shooting
Nancy Styler's husband is serving a 20-year sentence for Nancy Pfister's murder.
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US organizing a summit on UN peacekeeping next week to be addressed by Vice President Biden
Fijians start voting after 8 years of military rule, but questions remain about regime leader
New York man faces new charges of attempting to provide support to Islamic State group
Robin Thicke lawyer: Singer's 'vulnerability' exploited in claim he didn't pen 'Blurred Lines'
Kurt Warner, Junior Seau among 113 Hall of Fame nominees
The nation's top military officer opened the door slightly today to the possibility of American troops accompanying Iraqi forces on the battlefield against ISIS if needed.
Grand jury to decide whether NASCAR star Tony Stewart will face charges in fatal crash