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A Venomous Snake Is on the Loose in Florida “We are used to snakes here in Florida, but a king cobra is a totally different story,” a TV anchor said on WESH2. The male cobra is green and yellow and about 8-feet long. The owner, Mike Kennedy, didn't report the escape right away when it went Former Clinton Aide Bryan Pagliano Plans to Plead the 5th to Benghazi ... Facing a congressional subpoena, a former State Department staffer connected to Hillary Clinton's private email server will invoke his Fifth Amendment right not to answers questions from several Congressional committees. Attorneys for Bryan Pagliano, ... Federal judge overturns Patriots QB Tom Brady's Deflategate suspension NEW YORK — A federal judge has ruled in favor of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the NFL Players Association in the Deflategate case, effectively vacating his four-game suspension. Judge Richard M. Berman vacated the arbitration by ... In unprecedented move, Guatemalan president resigns amid corruption scandal MEXICO CITY—Faced with an arrest warrant on corruption charges, Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina submitted his resignation late Wednesday, leaving the country leaderless four days before a presidential election. His midnight abdication, which ... China shows off missile 'able to destroy aircraft carriers' at massive WW2 parade China showed off a new missile reportedly capable of destroying an aircraft carrier on Thursday as it flexed its military muscle with a huge parade marking 70 years since the defeat of Japan in World War Two. The parade, which was shunned by most Vice News Journalists Detained in Turkey Are Freed; Two Vice News journalists arrested in Turkey on charges of "aiding a terrorist organization" were released from prison but their Iraqi colleague remains in detention, the news organization said Thursday. Reporter Jake Hanrahan and cameraman Philip ... Great America announces 4D 'dark coaster' as new ride Six Flags Great America is making space in 2016 for a modern-day twist on its DC Comics roots — an indoor, 4D “dark coaster” ride dubbed “Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. Six Flags Great America is making space in 2016 for a modern-day twist on Hungary's leader to migrants: 'Please don't come.' BRUSSELS — In a dramatic sign that Europe's fast-mounting refugee crisis may be set to get even worse, Hungary's far-right leader told asylum-seekers Thursday to stay away from Europe and vowed to crack down on the thousands of migrants who are ... Obama tries his hand at Yup'ik dancing Closing out his three-day tour of Alaska, Mr Obama stopped at Dillingham Middle School and was treated to a cultural performance by the school children, featuring native dances and songs. He then joined the students in the dance before taking his ... Donald Trump hints he will sign RNC loyalty pledge RICHMOND -- Donald Trump said Thursday morning that signing a loyalty pledge designed to block him from running for president as an independent would give him the best shot at winning the Republican primary. Asked by conservative radio show host ... Family of Drowned Syrian Boys Sought to Emigrate to Canada OTTAWA — A Canadian lawmaker and an aunt of Galip and Aylan Kurdi, the young refugee boys from Syria whose drownings off a Turkish beach have touched a global nerve, had sought to help their family emigrate to Canada this year, news outlets said ... Climate warrior Obama invades tiny town in the Arctic KOTZEBUE, Alaska — By mid-August, Janine Saito was starting to get a sense of just how much President Obama's visit would affect life in this small Arctic town. The young attendees of Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat, the only Iñupiaq immersion school in the 5 Chinese warships spotted in Bering Sea as Obama visits Alaska President Barack Obama waves as he walks out of the White House in Washington, Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, to board Marine One helicopter on the South Lawn for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base, Md., before traveling to Alaska for a three-day tour of Defiant Kentucky clerk could be found in contempt Thursday ASHLAND, Ky. — A county clerk who has become a symbol of religious resistance against gay marriage is scheduled to appear in court this morning to learn her fate for disobeying a judge's order to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Rebel Leader Insists He Wanted to Restore Peace in Congo A rebel leader known as "The Terminator" told judges trying him at the International Criminal Court on Thursday that he was a professional soldier who never attacked civilians and tried to restore peace during a brutal conflict in eastern Congo. "I Iran's Khamenei Urges Lawmakers to Vote on Nuclear Deal Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Thursday urged the country's parliament to vote on whether to implement a proposed nuclear deal with the U.S. and five other world powers. Mr. Khamenei, who has the final say over most matters of state in ... After hours: Some wonder if Joe Biden will reveal 2016 intentions on Stephen ... FILE - In this July 21, 2015, file photo, Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a roundtable discussion at the Advanced Manufacturing Center at Community College of Denver. Biden and his wife are retreating from Washington for a week in ... more >. Redskins GM's Wife Apologizes For Accusing Female Reporter Of Trading Oral Sex ... The wife of Washington Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan apologized on Wednesday night for a series of sexually disparaging tweets directed at ESPN reporter Dianna Russini. In a statement from the team released by the Washington Post, ... Meet Chris, the insanely overgrown sheep that nearly died for the sake of our ... A hiker walking the Australian bush outside Canberra on Wednesday spotted something very strange. Against a backdrop of green grasses and brown shrubs stood a giant globe of white. It was as if a cloud had fallen from the heavens, or a cotton ball had ... Texas Abortion Providers Ask Justices to Reverse Ruling on Clinics WASHINGTON — Abortion providers in Texas asked the Supreme Court on Wednesday to reverse an appeals court ruling that would leave the state with 10 abortion clinics, down from more than 40. Should the court agree to hear the case, as appears likely, ... Boat capsizes off Malaysia's west coast leaving at least 13 asylum seekers ... At least 13 people have drowned after a small wooden boat, believed to have been carrying about 70 Indonesian asylum seekers, sank in the Malacca Strait, Malaysian officials say. The vessel went down in choppy waters off Malaysia's western coast near AOL Scoops Up Mobile Ad Network Millennial Media for $238 Million After two months of speculation, AOL has acquired mobile ad network Millennial Media for $238 million, or about $1.75 per share. The Millennial deal is the newest step in building out AOL's tools to compete in mobile advertising against behemoths like ... See Bieber Explain VMA Tears, Perform 'What Do You Mean?' on 'Fallon' Justin Bieber explained the emotional stakes preempting his performance at the Video Music Awards last Sunday, as well as its teary end during an earnest interview with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Wednesday. Woman fabricated story in manhunt for Illinois officer's killer, police say (CNN) An Illinois woman sent 100 officers scrambling overnight after saying she saw two men who fit the description of the cop killers police have been looking for. But after hours of searching, police said, they discovered she made the whole story up One service member dead after Marine CH-53 helicopter makes hard landing A service member has died after the CH-53E they were aboard made a hard landing during a training exercise at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina Wednesday, according to local news affiliate WITN. Marine Capt. Ryan Elizabeth Alvis told WITN that a ... B&G Foods Agrees to Buy Green Giant and Le Sueur Brands B&G Foods said on Thursday that it had agreed to acquire the Green Giant and Le Sueur brands for frozen and canned vegetables from General Mills for $765 million in cash. The deal is the first entry into the frozen food category for B&G Foods, which SAT Scores Slip Slight Even as More Students Take Test, College Board Says WASHINGTON — Student performance on the SAT college entrance exam is lagging, continuing a mostly downward trend over the last five years. The College Board says in a report that a record number of students took the exam. The nonprofit organization ... ECB, Seeing Slower Growth, Says It's Ready to Step Up Stimulus if Needed FRANKFURT — The European Central Bank left monetary policy unchanged on Thursday, but revised its economic growth projections downward, and its president, Mario Draghi, indicated that the central bank would be prepared to increase its stimulus ... Samsung's SmartThings launches a powerful, privacy-friendly hub BERLIN — Smart home technology is finally leaving the “Tinker Toy” phase and becoming a viable solution for average consumers. Samsung wants to be a part of that revolution, which is why, last year, it bought SmartThings, a smart home technology 'Can't Buy Me Love' star Amanda Peterson died from accidental overdose File-This undated file photo provided by Disney shows actress Amanda Peterson in "Can't Buy Me Love." The death of Peterson, best known for her role in the 1987 romantic comedy "Can't Buy Me Love," was the result of an accidental morphine overdose. BB-8 Awakens: Is Sphero's New Droid the Most Awesome Star Wars Toy Ever? NOT SUCH A LONG time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, Star Wars toys were lifeless hunks of plastic. That changed this week with the launch of new toy droid named BB-8, a real-life robot that can roll around your house, like the mechanical sidekick Shrinking US trade gap shows economy's underlying strength WASHINGTON The U.S. trade deficit fell in July to its lowest level in five months as exports rose broadly, signaling underlying strength in the economy amid concerns about a global growth slowdown. While other data on Thursday showed an increase in the ... Double Mastectomy Is The Anwser For Most Male Breast Cancer Patients A new study by researchers at the American Cancer Society and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, finds the number of male breast cancer patients who undergo prophylactic mastectomy is steadily on the rise. FBI has 13 of Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator's guns OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Federal prosecutors say the FBI still possesses more than a dozen guns belonging to Oklahoma City bombing co-conspirator Terry Nichols. Nichols petitioned a federal judge in July, asking that the guns be turned over to his ex-wife ... Chief of UN panel on Syria calls Islamic State 'desperate' GENEVA -- The Islamic State group appears "desperate" and is losing ground to Kurdish fighters who are battling the radicals "on behalf of humanity," the head of a UN panel on Syria said Thursday. Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, chair of a UN Human Rights Tesla Model 3 will cost $35000; pre-orders start next March Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced via Twitter that the design for the automaker's more affordable Model 3 electric car will be unveiled to the public next year. Musk said Model 3 production will start in 'about two years,' pending completion of Tesla's Donald Trump Expected to Sign GOP Pledge Today, Source Says Donald Trump is expected to sign the GOP loyalty pledge today, according to a source familiar with the conservations between Trump and the Republican National Committee. Trump has not yet directly told GOP leaders what he will do. “Mr. Trump will make Donald Trump Expected to Sign GOP Pledge Today, Source Says Donald Trump is expected to sign the GOP loyalty pledge today, according to a source familiar with the conservations between Trump and the Republican National Committee. Trump has not yet directly told GOP leaders what he will do. “Mr. Trump will make Avril Lavigne, Chad Kroeger split; Nickelodeon rebooting shows; more: AM Buzz Chad Kroeger and Avril Lavigne attend Y100's Jingle Ball 2013 at BB&T Center on December 20, 2013 in Miami, Florida. (Jeff Daly | Invision | AP). Print Email · Geoff Herbert | email@example.com By Geoff Herbert | firstname.lastname@example.org The Post- ... Applications for US jobless aid rise to still-low 282000 WASHINGTON — More Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week, but applications remain at historically near low levels in a positive sign for the U.S. economy amid a broader global slowdown. The Labor Department said Thursday that weekly ... Djokovic dances Gangnam Style on US Open court with fan Serbian tennis star and World No.1 Novak Djokovic showed off his dance moves on court with a fan while celebrating his comfortable straight sets triumph over Austria's Andreas Haider-Maurer in the US Open men's singles second round. The Serb took his ... EU draws up emergency plan to relocate 160000 stranded refugees EU leaders have drawn up a plan to relocate 160,000 refugees around the Continent – but Britain will remain exempt from taking any. Under the new scheme, migrants stranded in Italy, Greece and Hungary will be transferred to countries across the EU Israel reveals once-hidden 1800-year-old sarcophagus JERUSALEM -- Israel has unveiled an 1,800-year-old sarcophagus that workers found at a building site and initially tried to conceal. The Antiquities Authority called the sarcophagus, which was shown to media Thursday, "one of the most important and ... CVS says its ban on cigarette sales has reduced smoking CHICAGO CVS Health Corp said on Thursday its decision to stop selling tobacco products last year led to a 1 percent decrease in cigarette sales in some states where the drugstore chain has a sizeable presence. The September 2014 decision hurt sales, ... Campbell Soup Results Improve on Higher Pricing Campbell Soup Co. CPB 1.92 % on Thursday offered earnings guidance for its newly started fiscal year that mostly exceeded Wall Street expectations, though profit and revenue for its latest quarter met consensus views. For the 2016 fiscal year, Campbell ... Dutch soldier said to have joined Islamic State Prosecutors have launched criminal investigation into the 26-year-old air force sergeant, who has not been identified. PHOTO: AFP. THE HAGUE: A Dutch sergeant is believed to have run away to Syria to join Islamic State militants in the first such case ... Six Flags: World's largest water slide coming to White Water (SLIDESHOW) Six Flags White Water Atlanta will add a multi-lane water slide complex that is almost 60 feet tall prior to opening of the 2016 season. The multi-lane water slide complex, called the Wahoo Racer, will be the largest in the world, Six Flags Iran's Supreme Leader Says Sanctions Should Be Lifted Completely Ali Khamenei says that if sanctions against Iran will only be suspended, his country would also only suspend its nuclear program. Reuters. Sep 03, 2015 1:27 PM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Share · Tweet. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei ... Congo militia chief tried to protect civilians, war crimes court told THE HAGUE Lawyers for militia leader Bosco Ntaganda sought on Thursday to counter a portrayal of their client as cruel and bloodthirsty, saying he was a professional soldier who had tried to protect civilians from chaos and disorder in Congo in the Concussion director denies appeasing NFL and accuses New York Times of hatchet job The director of Concussion has vehemently denied allegations that he “softened” some criticisms of America's National Football League (NFL) in the true story film in order to avoid antagonising the multibillion-dollar sports conglomerate. Claims that French Soldier Accused of Sexual Abuse in Central African Republic GENEVA — Another allegation of sexual abuse has been filed in the Central African Republic against a member of the French military force, the United Nations human rights chief, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, said on Thursday, bringing new attention to a year TNA's Sampanthan becomes opposition leader in Sri Lankan parliament Sri Lanka's Parliament on Thursday recognised Tamil National Alliance (TNA) leader R. Sampanthan as the Leader of the Opposition, in what is seen as a positive step toward post-war reconciliation with Tamils. Speaker Karu Jayasuriya made the ... NATO opens military center in Lithuania amid Ukraine crisis NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, left, Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskaite, right, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee General Petr Pavel, second from left, and Lithuania's Chief of Defence, Lieutenant General Jonas Vytautas Zukas, ... 1 Marine Killed, 9 Hurt in Helicopter Hard Landing One Marine has been killed and 9 others were hurt when a helicopter made a hard landing at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Capt. Ryan Elizabeth Alvis said in a statement that the CH-53E helicopter came down hard during a training exercise around 9 ... 1 Marine Killed, 9 Hurt in Helicopter Hard Landing One Marine has been killed and 9 others were hurt when a helicopter made a hard landing at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Capt. Ryan Elizabeth Alvis said in a statement that the CH-53E helicopter came down hard during a training exercise around 9 ... Autopsy: Unarmed Texas teen shot by police had drugs in system FORT WORTH — An unarmed black college football player fatally shot by a white police officer in Texas last month had marijuana and a powerful hallucinogen similar to LSD in his system, according to an autopsy report released Wednesday. Christian Today in Politics: A Pledge for Republican Togetherness, on Donald Trump's Terms Donald J. Trump made a campaign stop at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, N.H., last month.Credit Mary Schwalm/Associated Press. Good Thursday morning. While President Obama celebrates the success of his strategy to secure enough votes to put the Iran ... Today in Politics: A Pledge for Republican Togetherness, on Donald Trump's Terms Donald J. Trump made a campaign stop at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, N.H., last month.Credit Mary Schwalm/Associated Press. Good Thursday morning. While President Obama celebrates the success of his strategy to secure enough votes to put the Iran ... Mass baptism at Georgia high school spurs controversy Video of a church's mass baptism at a Georgia public high school caught the attention of critics after it showed up online. Now, administrators are investigating what's become a battle over church, state and sports, reports CBS News correspondent Mark ... New York Times attacks Prime Minister Tony Abbott over 'stop the boats' policy The New York Times has launched a blistering attack on the Abbott government's asylum seeker policies, suggesting they are "unconscionable" and urging European nations struggling with a tide of migrants not to follow suit. The media outlet singled out ... Elizabeth Warren Mum On Vice President, Biden, Finishing Senate Term Sen. Elizabeth Warren with Vice President Joe Biden, January 3, 2013. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images). Related Tags: Elizabeth Warren. BOSTON (AP) — U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Vice President Joe Biden called her twice to set up a lunch ... Joy Global Cuts Guidance as Earnings, Sales Miss Marks Joy Global Inc. JOY -18.12 % on Thursday reported worse-than-expected profit and revenue for its latest quarter as weak demand for commodities continues to batter the mining-equipment maker. Joy warned in December that 2015 would be another ... Baltimore protester released day after hearing The judge in the Freddie Gray case decided that there will be six individual trials for the six Baltimore police officers charged in Gray's death. Loading… Post to Facebook. Baltimore protester released day after hearing The judge in the Freddie Gray How troubled Disney star Dean Jones, who just died at 84, found 'the peace of ... For Disney magic to effectively unfold, there has to be a character — usually a crank or a bumbler — who tries to play it cool as the madness happens. You know: grumpy dad Mr. Banks in “Mary Poppins,” or “The Absent-Minded Professor's” absent-minded ... Trial continues in Alabama officer's excessive force trial Chirag Patel helps his father, Sureshbhai Patel, out of the car as they arrive outside the federal courthouse before start of a trial against Madison, Ala., police Officer Eric Sloan Parker, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in Huntsville, Ala. Sureshbhai Patel Iran's Khamenei backs parliamentary vote on nuclear deal with powers: state TV ANKARA Iran's Supreme Leader said on Thursday he backed a parliamentary vote on a historic nuclear deal reached with six major powers and said sanctions against his country should be lifted completely rather than suspended, state television reported. Israel Unveils 1800-Year-Old Sarcophagus JERUSALEM — Israel has unveiled an 1,800-year-old sarcophagus that workers found at a building site and initially tried to conceal. The Antiquities Authority called the sarcophagus, which was shown to media Thursday, "one of the most important and ... Google productivity apps gain data search and visualisation features The Google Docs, Slide, Sheets and Forms apps have been given new features in a bid to ease the process of creating content. Jude Flannery, engineering director at the company, announced the updates in a post on the Google for Work blog, noting that ... Google productivity apps gain data search and visualisation features The Google Docs, Slide, Sheets and Forms apps have been given new features in a bid to ease the process of creating content. Jude Flannery, engineering director at the company, announced the updates in a post on the Google for Work blog, noting that ... Donald Trump's hardcore hater Tallahassee, Florida (CNN) To Donald Trump's supporters, the real estate mogul-turned-presidential candidate is a refreshing reprieve from politics-as-usual, a man who shuns political correctness and the status quo. To Rick Wilson, a longtime GLAAD is changing how it tracks LGBT inclusivity on TV GLAAD is publishing an extensive report on the state of LGBT representation on television this morning. It's become a major part of the organization's media advocacy over the last decade — and after this year, it's being replaced. When GLAAD published Roadside bomb kills four police in southeast Turkey DIYARBAKIR, Turkey Kurdish militants set off a roadside bomb that killed four Turkish police officers as they traveled in an armored vehicle in the southeast of the country on Thursday, officials said. Militants of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK Immigration into Germany in 2014 at highest level for two decades BERLIN Net immigration into Germany last year hit its highest level since 1992 and the number of people claiming asylum benefits jumped by 61 percent, the Statistics Office said on Thursday, with expectations that figure will rise this year to 800,000 Uganda: 12 soldiers killed in Somalia attack KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A Ugandan military spokesman says 12 Ugandan soldiers were killed in an attack Tuesday by Islamic extremists on an African Union base in Somalia. Lt. Col. Paddy Ankunda said Thursday that all soldiers were accounted for and ... Earth has three trillion trees: study There are about three trillion trees on Earth, roughly 422 for every person and eight times more than previously estimated, researchers said Wednesday, admitting surprise. A 15-nation team led by Yale University experts used a combination of old Obama heads off into Arctic wilds with Bear Grylls Barack Obama has become the first serving US president to trek into the Alaskan wilderness - where he posted a selfie with Bear Grylls. Ads by Google. The Donaghadee-born adventurer is filming a special edition of Running Wild With Bear Grylls The IPhone Company For all the attention Apple Inc. has received this year for its new smartwatch and music service, or rumors about an updated TV device and building a car, the company is increasingly dependent on the iPhone. Since the handset was introduced in 2007 Sony reaches agreement with hacked former employees The logo of Sony Corp and a Christmas tree are reflected on the company's 4K television set at the company's headquarters in Tokyo. Image by: Toru Hanai / REUTERS. Sony Pictures has reached an undisclosed agreement in principle with eight former ... Bond author apologizes for calling Idris Elba 'too street' for 007 London: The author of the new James Bond novel apologized on Tuesday after he said that British actor Idris Elba is "too street" to play 007. In an interview with the Daily Mail newspaper published over the weekend, Anthony Horowitz, the author of the IFA 2015: Huawei takes aim at Apple, Samsung with Mate S phone Huawei claims its Mate S to be the first smartphone to include Force Touch display. Google +. Comments. By: Reuters | Berlin | Published:September 3, 2015 1:54 pm. Huawei, IFA 2015, Huawei IFA 2015, Huawei Mate S, Huawei Mate S. Huawei claims its ... Turkey Faces Growing Security Threats Ahead of Elections Turkish leaders vowed to increase security ahead of Nov. 1 elections, following a surge in attacks by separatist Kurdish militants and growing threats from Islamic State. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan presided over a five-hour National Ending Tobacco Sales at CVS Led to Statewide Smoking Reductions CVS Health Corp.'s move a year ago to give up tobacco seems to be helping some smokers stop or cut back as well. In a study, researchers at the company found small but statistically significant reductions in total cigarette purchases in states where War Stops 13 Million Going to School in Middle East, North Africa, UN Says Many schools are now being used to shelter displaced families or are as bases for combatants, UNICEF report said. Sylvia Westall Sep 03, 2015 11:01 AM. 0comments Print Zen Subscribe now · Share · Tweet. A Syrian refugee girl sits in a classroom at a ... Washington state patrolman won't face charges over shooting of two black men SEATTLE A Washington state police officer will not face criminal charges after shooting two unarmed black men suspected of trying to steal beer from a supermarket, a prosecutor's office said on Wednesday. Officer Ryan Donald, a three-year veteran of Rafael Nadal after win: Media treats me like I'm 'No. 200' in world Rafael Nadal was fresh off his 7-6, 6-3, 7-5 win over Diego Schwartzman at Louis Armstrong Stadium in Wednesday's second round of the U.S. Open but, as he sat before the assembled media in the post-match press conference, you would have thought he ... Australian Police Won't Charge Mel Gibson Over Tirade Claim SYDNEY — Police do not intent to charge Mel Gibson over an allegation that the Oscar-winning director shoved and abused a newspaper photographer who snapped pictures of him and his new girlfriend in Sydney last month, officials said on Thursday. Xperia Z5: Sony unveils first smartphone with 4K display As the IFA 2015 kick starts in Berlin this week, Sony showed off its new lineup of Xperia Z5 smartphones that boast of new features including fingerprint sensor and 23 megapixel cameras. Google +. Like this story, share it with millions of investors on M3. Flights delayed by fire at Moscow airport MOSCOW: Moscow's main international airport was briefly evacuated on Thursday, and around 40 flights delayed, after a fire broke out in the baggage handling area. The fire at Domodedovo International Airport, thought to be caused by an electrical short ... Isis's destruction of Palmyra: 'The heart has been ripped out of the city' Isis is destroying the 'Venice of the sands' piece by piece – and worse atrocities may be yet to come. Will the brutal organisation erase the memory of Syria's extraordinary history? Plus, Robin Yassin-Kassab assesses the impact on the nation. A cloud Arby's apologizes after Florida police officer says employee refused to serve ... A police union in Florida is calling for a national boycott of Arby's after an officer in Pembroke Pines, Fla., said a worker at one of the franchise's restaurants refused to serve her because she is a police officer. The worker says it's a Judge May Set Murder Trial in San Francisco Pier Shooting A San Francisco judge is deciding whether to schedule a murder trial for a Mexican national deported from the United States five times before shooting a young woman — a death that became the focus of the national immigration debate. A preliminary San Francisco judge mulls scheduling murder trial for suspect in middle of ... SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco judge is deciding whether to schedule a murder trial for a Mexican national deported from the United States five times before shooting a young woman walking with her father. A preliminary hearing on the matter is ... 15-year jail term demanded for US envoy's attacker U.S. ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert waves as he leaves a hospital in Seoul March 10, 2015. The US ambassador to South Korea left a Seoul hospital, five days after he was slashed by a knife-wielding Korean nationalist with a history of violent ... Washington college soccer players suspended one match for using blackface Five members of the women's soccer team at a private Christian university in Washington state were suspended for one match Wednesday after a social media post surfaced showing them dressed in blackface and afro wigs. Whitworth University, a liberal Seoul prosecutors seek 15-year term for US envoy attacker SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- South Korean prosecutors have asked for a 15-year prison term for the man they say slashed the U.S. ambassador during a breakfast forum in March. The Seoul Central District Court says prosecutors made the request Thursday ... Justin Bieber Explains Crying, Sings Country and Performs 'What Do You Mean ... Justin Bieber took his comeback tour and potentially chart-topping single, "What Do You Mean," to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday (Sept. 2). Wearing an oversized camo jacket and black cap, the 21-year-old singer exuded calm ... Biden eyed closely on speaking trip MIAMI – Vice President Joe Biden came to Florida to lend a hand to Senate Democrats and the administration's education agenda Wednesday on a trip watched for any hint that he'll seek the presidency. He may have dropped a hint at Miami Dade College, ... Storm damages beleaguered Phoenix VA hospital PHOENIX — Dozens of patients were moved, new-patient admissions was canceled and some medical procedures were postponed after a monsoon storm damaged the beleaguered Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center, according to The Arizona Republic. Clayton Kershaw strikes out 15 to complete sweep of Giants, 2-1 Sometimes you dream it up and it actually comes true. The Dodgers wouldn't -- couldn't – actually come out and say their dream sequence was a three-game sweep of the Giants, but it was understood. The Giants had taken nine of the first 12 games against ... Twins postgame: Perkins' back problems return In short: the Twins on Thursday night will leave on a three-city road trip that begins with stops at AL West-leading Houston and AL Central-leading Kansas City. It's quite possible Perkins won't join the team to start the trip. We're hoping to chat