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Woman is in critical condition.
Owner said he watched neighbor calmly walk up to fence and shoot his 13-month-old Corgi.
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Prosecutors in Ohio are trying to determine whether the shooting was justified.
Agreement that sparked war last year deepens economic and political ties.
Some countries on the periphery of the crisis worry they will be overlooked.
St. Louis County chief makes the case for why military-style equipment helped at Ferguson.
Filings offer rare look inside vast Koch political network and its priorities.
Up to 12,000 residents within a five-mile radius have been ordered to evacuate.
Most people around the world consider a globalized economy good for their countries.
About 30,000 tourists are in temporary shelters.
Number of Central American children crossing into the U.S. is down, but cause not certain.
Doctors Without Borders says global response has been far short of what is needed.
Ebola could last for years if not controlled quickly
Waists of men and women grew between 1999 and 2012, CDC says
The agent sought $17.2 million in the suit, but the judge awarded him $173,000.
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Michelle Lodzinski had reported her 5-year-old son missing from a carnival in 1991.
NOAA researchers say more than 300 ships have wrecked in the area.