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'Slender Man' Suspect Not Competent to Stand Trial
Doctors say one of the 12-year-old girls accused of trying to kill another friend in the Wisconsin woods isn't competent enough to stand trial.
Big Bertha: Where Is Tropical Storm Headed?
Bertha will bring 45 mph winds parts of the Caribbean and douse many areas in 1-3 inches of rain.
Ebola Virus Outbreak
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At the Ready: U.S. Hospital Prepped for Ebola Patient
A patient fighting the deadly Ebola virus will soon be brought to the United States, and the hospital tasked with providing care says it's ready.
Middle East Unrest
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Congress Approves $225M For Israel's Iron Dome
The aid package is so Israel can restock its missile defense system, which it uses to shoot down rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli cities.
Middle East Unrest
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Missing Israeli Soldier May Have Been Killed: Hamas
The group's militant wing suggested Second-Lieutenant Hadar Goldin, 23, was killed along with militants in a bombardment.
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Riders Walk the Tracks of Stuck Roller Coaster
No one was hurt when the Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure simply came to a halt as it was reaching the incline.
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Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Immigrants
More than 9,500 people signed up to apply for licenses, but the state devoted only five stations to process the applications.
Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Undocumened Immigrants
Colorado began issuing driver's licenses and identification cards to immigrants who are in the country illegally or have temporary legal status. KUSA's Jessica Oh reports.
Immigration Border Crisis
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House OKs Border Bill, Obama Says He'll Go It Alone
House Republicans approved a $694 million bill to address the border crisis, and were also set to vote on a bill that would make deportations easier.
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