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Belgian Rapist and Murderer Granted Right to Die

Belgian murderer and rapist serving a life sentence is to be allowed to have doctors end his life following a ground-breaking ruling.

'Demolished Paradise': Hurricane Slams Celebrity Resort

Hurricane Odile, the strongest storm ever to hit Mexico's southern Baja California peninsula, injured at least 135 people.

Battle Begins: U.S. Launches Strikes Against ISIS Near Baghdad

A defense official said the U.S. was going after ISIS militants rather than just protecting sites.

Brutality of ISIS Unites Global Leaders

A group of 26 countries gathered in Paris in a show of unity amid news of a third beheading by ISIS militants.

Why Scotland Might Leave the United Kingdom

Voters in Scotland will decide whether to declare independence from the United Kingdom on Thursday, and some big names are taking sides.

U.S. Hits ISIS Near Baghdad in New Phase of Strikes

A defense official said the U.S. was going after ISIS militants rather than just protecting sites.

Infinity Pool Falls Into Sea After Hurricane Odile

Before and after photos of the infinity pool at Grand Solmar resort in Cabo San Lucas on Sept. 15, 2015.

'Total Devastation': Hurricane Slams Celebrity Resort

Hurricane Odile is the strongest storm ever to hit Mexico's southern Baja California peninsula.

Cameron: Referendum is 'Once-and-for-All Decision'

UK Prime Minister David Cameron says that “if Scotland Votes yes, the UK will split and we will go our separate ways forever.”

Tight Fit: Families Shelter as Odile Wallops Resort

A Mexican family rests inside a room in the service area of a resort after the designated area for shelter was destroyed by winds in Los Cabos.

Snowden to New Zealand: NSA Is Spying on You

Former U.S. intelligence worker Edward Snowden accuses New Zealand's prime minister of not being truthful about mass surveillance of its people.

Rob Ford in the Hospital, and Ahead in the Polls

The Toronto mayor is running for City Council in his home district, where six out of 10 voters say they will support him.

World Leaders to Fight ISIS 'By Any Means Necessary'

The beheading of British aid worker David Haines has ramped up calls for a quick and clear strategy to destroy ISIS.

500 Feared Dead as Migrant Boat Sinks

Survivors said the vessel was rammed by the migrants' own traffickers after the refugees refused to transfer to a less sea-worthy boat.

Venezuela's Latest Shortage? Boob Jobs

Beauty-obsessed Venezuelans are so desperate that they are turning to devices that are the wrong size or made in China.

ISIS Killing a Warning to One Country in Particular

ISIS is holding 49 Turkish hostages, a matter so serious in Turkey that it is illegal there to talk about the subject.

Disunited Kingdom: Will Great Britain Exist on Friday?

Britain is under 72 hours away from a once-in-a-lifetime vote on Scottish independence that could break up the 307-year-old United Kingdom.

Why Not to Make 'Direct Eye Contact With a Cow'

Alpine authorities have created the brochure, "Grazing Pastures Are Not Petting Zoos," to combat several deadly cow trampling incidents this summer.

'Super Flood' Sweeps Bride, Groom to Their Deaths

A bride, her groom and several members of their wedding party were among 16 people who drowned when their rescue boat capsized in Pakistan.

Welcome to the World's Most Pirated Waters

There's a whole new playbook being written on maritime crime, and it's costing consumers money whenever they shop.

Open Sesame: Will Alibaba Boost IPO Size?

The Chinese e-commerce company launched the IPO last week and had enough investor demand to cover the entire deal within two days.

Tourists Murdered With Hoe at Scuba Hotspot: Cops

Thai police launched a murder investigation after two British tourists were found brutally murdered on the beach of an idyllic island of Koh Tao.

Jewish Soccer Team's Ex-Player Allegedly Joined ISIS

Authorities say Kresnik B. played for Jewish soccer club Makkabi Frankfurt before he was radicalized, and that he later joined ISIS in Syria.

Record-Breaking Hurricane Brings 'Ferocious Winds' to Mexico Resort

Hurricane Odile made landfall as the strongest storm on record to hit Mexico's Baja California late Sunday.

Not Again: Will Washington Fall for Syria's Terror Strategy?

The U.S. says it's at war with ISIS and will build a coalition to fight them. But so far, the most enthusiastic response has come from Syria.

'A Crime Against Humanity': Colleagues Mourn David Haines

Haines “protected people under threat with courageous determination whilst always demonstrating a sense of humility and where required, humor.”

Photo Released of Hostage Threatened in ISIS Video

The British hostage has been named as Alan Henning, and his family released a photo on Sunday.

David Haines' Brother: ISIS Is 'Not About Religion'

David Haines' Brother, Mike, said on Sunday that his family is accepting of all religions, as was David.

Oil and Freedom: 8 Ways Scotland Is Just Like Texas

From oil to haggis, how independence-leaning Scotland is just like Texas.

40 'I'do's' at Vatican as Pope Marries 20 Couples

In the first papal wedding ceremony in 14 years the pope married 20 couples. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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