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Brian Farmer is accused of strangling his cousin and her foster daughter.
Young politician had been a prolific poster of Tweets and video on protests, police action
Hacktivist group Anonymous releases wrong name in Ferguson
Graphic in Dems' ad falsely states that candidate was "accused of cheating disaster victims."
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Al-Maliki announces he will quit in TV address to the nation.
St. Louis Alderman recounts protets, police confrontation that led to his arrest.
An Iowa drug developer is preparing to test a possible Ebola vaccine in humans.
President Obama is on a summer vacation at Martha's Vineyard.
Study: Glaciers in North America and the Alps most prone to human-caused melt.
The troops on the border will assist with surveillance against 'narco-terrorists.'
The 5-day extension to an earlier 72-hour cease-fire opened with rockets and airstrikes.
Residents of Ferguson, Mo., didn't wait for press conferences, petitions or legal action to bring national attention to their streets.
The defense team wants the trial be moved to Washington, D.C.
The Yazidis are an ethnically Kurdish religious group caught in the path of Islamic militants in Iraq.
The surgeon had earlier been charged with incompetence in Iowa.
Ukraine government threatens to block convey if inspection of cargo is denied.
Will mimicking Apple's old ad strategy pay off for Microsoft, or backfire?
Liberia wrestles with who should be given the few doses the country has to treat Ebola.
Visit by Army Gen. Martin Dempsey shows how far the two countries have come.