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Could Snowden Be at Moscow Airport ‘Prison’ Hotel?

Could Snowden Be at Moscow Airport ‘Prison’ Hotel?

KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images(MOSCOW) — It’s been nearly a week since NSA leaker Edward Snowden arrived, and several days since Russian President Vladimir Putin urged him to leave as soon as possible. Yet Snowden remains somewhere at …

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/28/13

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/28/13

Getty Images/Hemera (NEW YORK) –  MLB:  Cleveland Indians 19 (41-38) – Chicago White Sox 10 (32-44) Game 1
Cleveland Indians 9 (42-38) – Chicago White Sox 8 (32-45) Game 2
Baltimore Orioles 4 (45-36) – New York Yankees 3 (42-37)
Pittsburgh P…

Same-Sex Marriages Can Resume in California, Court Rules

Same-Sex Marriages Can Resume in California, Court Rules

Mario Tama/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — A federal court in California has cleared the way for same-sex couples to begin receiving marriage licenses in California.The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said Friday that the stay — preventing gay marriages…

Retired Gen. James Cartwright Target in Leak Probe, Source Says

Retired Gen. James Cartwright Target in Leak Probe, Source Says

MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Retired Gen. James Cartwright, the former vice chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, is the target of a Justice Department investigation into the leak of classified information included in a book by New…

Giffords, Kelly to Continue Push for Expanded Background Checks

Giffords, Kelly to Continue Push for Expanded Background Checks

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and her astronaut husband, Mark Kelly, will hit the road next week to bring attention to their push for expanded background checks for gun purchasers — a prop…

Aaron Hernandez Case: Odin Lloyd’s Sister Breaks Her Silence

Aaron Hernandez Case: Odin Lloyd’s Sister Breaks Her Silence

ABC News(NEW YORK) — A star football player is in jail, charged with murder. Another man was sent to the same jail Friday on related weapons charges. And a third man in Florida turned himself in after authorities labeled him an “accessory after murder…

Feds Worry About July 4 Fireworks Bombs

Feds Worry About July 4 Fireworks Bombs

U.S. Department of Justice(WASHINGTON) — When police officers around the country meet for their morning musters over the next week, many of them will likely be reminded by supervisors that fireworks – so popular around the Fourth of July –…

George Zimmerman Trial: Witness Describes Fight

George Zimmerman Trial: Witness Describes Fight

ABC News(SANFORD, Fla.) — Two witnesses called by the prosecution Friday described George Zimmerman as being on the losing end of a fight with Trayvon Martin in the moments before Zimmerman shot the Florida teenager. However, an EMT who was on the sce…

Aaron Hernandez Case: 2012 Homicide Eyed as Motive

Aaron Hernandez Case: 2012 Homicide Eyed as Motive

John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images(BOSTON) — Investigators working on the murder case against Aaron Hernandez are focusing on whether the victim was killed because he might have had information about a double homicide in 2012 that investi…

GOP Launches Initiative to Woo Female Candidates, Voters

GOP Launches Initiative to Woo Female Candidates, Voters

Mark Wilson/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Calling it a “historic commitment,” the Republican National Committee and five other GOP committees launched several new initiatives Friday aimed at recruiting more female candidates and courting more…

Ray Allen Exercises Option to Remain with Heat

Ray Allen Exercises Option to Remain with Heat

Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images(MIAMI) –  It looks like Ray Allen will return to the Miami Heat for another season.
The sharpshooter has exercised his $3.2 million option for next season, his agent Jim Tanner told ESPN.com.
Allen was a huge reason why …

Wall Street Stocks Slide

Wall Street Stocks Slide

Wall Street Stocks Slide(NEW YORK) — The Dow Jones Industrial Average logged its strongest first half of the year since 1999. Still, stocks ended Friday trading lower, with the Dow finishing the day down 114 points, at 14,909, and closing out June in …

Is Your Beach Fine or Filthy?

Is Your Beach Fine or Filthy?

Vivi Pineda Fotografía/Flickr(WASHINGTON) — The annual list of the cleanest — and dirtiest — beaches is out.The Natural Resources Defense Council examined the water quality at more than 3,000 U.S. beaches along the Atlantic and Paci…

Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks Honored with Parade

Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks Honored with Parade

Scott Olson/Getty Images(CHICAGO) — Lord Stanley’s Cup has returned to Chicago.
Millions of Chicago Blackhawks fans lined the streets of downtown Chicago to celebrate the team’s second Stanley Cup title in four years.  The team knocked off the Bo…

Convicted Murderers Run Kids Camp

Convicted Murderers Run Kids Camp

Deidra Gary was convicted of killing her husband, Carolina Panthers running back Fred Lane in 2000. (ABC News)(RALEIGH, N.C.) — Two former convicts — after serving time for separate murders — are running a children’s summer day camp at a North Caro…

Ex-Marine Accused of Impersonating Girlfriend to Hide Murder

Ex-Marine Accused of Impersonating Girlfriend to Hide Murder

Digital Vision/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A retired Marine from Southern California who married another woman just weeks after the alleged murder of his girlfriend is now in custody, accused of the killing and its elaborate cover-up.Investigators believe …

Goldman Sachs’ ‘Madness’ Scavenger Hunt Accepting Applications

Goldman Sachs’ ‘Madness’ Scavenger Hunt Accepting Applications

Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — An extreme scavenger hunt charity event hosted by a Goldman Sachs partner, which last time led participants to control the light show atop the Bank of America skyscraper, is accepting applications …

Ecuador Caught in Lie over Snowden “Safe Pass”

Ecuador Caught in Lie over Snowden “Safe Pass”

RODRIGO BUENDIA/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — A “safe pass” allowing NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s travel to Ecuador to seek political asylum was reportedly reviewed and approved by Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, according to Univision news. This …

Sarah Murnaghan Had Two Lung Transplants, One Failed

Sarah Murnaghan Had Two Lung Transplants, One Failed

The Murnaghan Family(PHILADELPHIA) — The 10-year-old girl whose parents successfully fought a rule preventing her from qualifying for adult lungs didn’t have just one lung transplant from an adult donor this month.She had two.Sarah Murnaghan’s family …

NJ Woman Gives Birth on Front Lawn

NJ Woman Gives Birth on Front Lawn

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Two New Jersey police officers helped revive a newborn moments after he was born on a front lawn in Barnegat to a woman who said she didn’t realize she was pregnant.According to the Barnegat Police Department, …

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