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World Oct 25European leaders meet for emergency talks on Balkan refugee crisis
European leaders met Sunday at an emergency summit in Brussels to discuss the handing of tens of thousands of migrants passing through the Balkans to western parts of Europe.
Nation Oct 25After drenching Texas, heavy rain in Patricia’s wake moving east
Heavy rains have drenched parts of Texas since Friday causing highways to shut down and a train to derail on Saturday. Now, the storm, which was caused partly by remains of Hurricane Patricia, is expected to head southwest toward Louisiana,…
Nation Oct 25Update: 4 killed, dozens injured after Oklahoma State parade car crash
Four people were killed and more than two dozen were injured after a car crashed into a crowd at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade in Stillwater on Saturday. The drive, a 25-year-old woman, was arrested on a DUI charge.
Nation Oct 24Colorado theater gunman James Holmes assaulted in prison
Colorado prison officials said an inmate assaulted Aurora theater shooter James Holmes and a prison officer at the Colorado State Penitentiary.
World Oct 24Hurricane Patricia downgraded but may still be dangerous, Mexican officials say
The remnants of Hurricane Patricia dropped heavy rains over central and northern Mexico after the Category 5 storm faded into a tropical depression on Saturday, but officials warned residents and tourists that the threat of serious flooding and mudslides still…
Nation Oct 10Army officer recommends no jail time for Sgt. Bergdahl
Former prisoner of war Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is expected to be spared jail time in the U.S. on desertion and other misconduct charges after leaving his unit in Afghanistan in 2009 and being captured by insurgents.
Nation Oct 10After brief dry spell, rain returns to flooded South Carolina
After four dry days, rain has returned to South Carolina, where flooding from Hurricane Joaquin has destroyed homes, vehicles and dams, and caused at least 17 deaths in the state.
World Sep 27City of Paris goes car-free for a day
The city of Paris went car-free on Sunday.
Nation Sep 27Photos: Pope Francis wraps up first-ever U.S. visit in Philadelphia
Pope Francis concluded his first-ever visit to the U.S. on Sunday in Philadelphia.
World Sep 26Number of migrants entering Europe will continue to grow, UN says
With nearly 8,000 migrants entering European borders daily, the United Nations said this week it predicted no end in the flow of refugees moving into the continent.