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(Washington, DC) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is speaking out against the horrific beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff. Sotloff was killed by ISIS militants. Speaking at the State Department this morning, Secretary Kerry called it an act of "unfathomable...
(Tallin, Estonia) -- NATO has your back. President Obama delivered that message to Baltic nations this morning as tensions grow over Russian incursions in Ukraine. Speaking in Estonia, Obama called Russia's actions a "brazen assault" on the sovereignty of an independent nation...
(Auburn Hills, MI) -- Chrysler is reporting U.S. sales in August were up nearly 20 percent over the same month last year, exceeding analysts' already optimistic expectations. This marks the automaker's 53rd consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains and the strongest August...
(Detroit, MI) -- The Michigan man who shot a young woman to death on his porch last year is being sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison. Theodore Wafer took time out during his sentencing today to apologize to the family of 19-year-old Renisha McBride, the woman he shot...
(Undated) -- Moscow says Russian President Vladimir Putin has not agreed to a ceasefire announced by Ukraine because Russia is not a party to the conflict. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said earlier today that he and Putin agreed to a permanent ceasefire in eastern...
(Atlanta, GA) -- The medical director for Emory University Hospital's Infectious Disease unit says he's not sure where the latest American doctor infected with Ebola will be treated. Doctor Bruce Ribner told NBC's "Today" it's important to act pro-actively with Ebola, and has...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is sending more troops to Iraq. The White House announced Tuesday that around 350 additional troops will be deployed to protect American diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the move reinforces the...
(Undated) -- A member of the U.S. Women's Gymnastics team is reportedly taking action against websites that have posted hacked naked photos of her and others. According to TMZ, McKayla Maroney's attorneys fired off a letter to Porn.com to let the website know that the Olympic...
(New York, NY) -- The New Jersey teenager who got to the top of One World Trade Center is due in court today. Justin Casquejo is scheduled to be sentenced for his March escapade that involved snapping selfies at the top of the tower. The 16-year-old won't serve any jail time but...