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The 17 Marines and eight Navy sailors were recovered and were on board the USS Mesa Verde.
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London concerned British Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria may try to return home.
Dallas rescue crews had to cut vehicle to get victims out of wreckage.
Pakistani protesters stormed the state TV building, briefly forcing the channel off the air.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said military won't intervene.
The meal includes a bottle of chilled, vintage 2004 Dom Perignon.
Case on Alabama redistricting could have implications throughout the South.
Senegal monitors Ebola patient's contacts
Pro-democracy lawmakers disrupted a Beijing official's speech on Monday.
David Childers, featured on A&E, isn't the only one who has been startled by the "creature" in Vicksburg.
The cameras were donated after the Michael Brown shooting.
Four occupants dead at the scene; two others died later in Labor Day weekend accident.
A tweet from Texas Gov. Rick Perry's account mocked a D.A. tied to Perry's indictment.
Philippe Galli, Seine-Saint-Denis prefect, said the explosion was "most probably" the result of a gas leak.
Hard-line China communists curtail true open elections in Hong Kong
Prosecutors: Owner made more than $2M in 3 years because her baristas were also selling sex acts.
Detroit faces extraordinary pressure to prove grand bargain to resolve bankruptcy is fair.
The law takes effect Monday.
Remains of 18th century on-campus brewery found at Va. college