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Juno the Beluga whale has a reputation for putting on quite a show before visitors at Connecticut’s Mystic Aquarium.
American Killed While Fighting for ISIS in Syria
As the Pentagon plans for potential U.S. airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, we’re learning about two young Americans caught up in the conflict.
Nine-Year-Old Girl Kills Shooting Range Instructor
Video shows the moments before a nine-year-old girl loses control of an Uzi and accidentally shoots her instructor.
Heavy Floods Hit Parts of South Korea
Flash floods hit parts of South Korea Tuesday following a day of heavy rain on Monday.
Major Cleanup Begins in Napa Amid Series of Aftershocks
A 3.9 magnitude aftershock, the largest yet, jolted the region as cleanup efforts begin.
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Bird's-Eye View: Napa Quake Damage Seen From Above
Evan Kilkus used an unmanned aerial vehicle to capture scenes of the damage from Sunday's earthquake in Napa, California.
Police Chief: Body Cams Make Cops Accountable
One Texas police department posts its officer body camera videos online and hopes other agencies across the country begin outfitting their officers with the cameras as well.
Four College Students Killed in Plane Crash
Investigators say the four Case Western Reserve University students rented a small plane and began having engine trouble during their flight. WKYC reports.
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Should Local Police Have Access to Military Gear?
In the latest Make the Case, Tim Lynch, Director of CATO Institute Project on Criminal Justice, and Eugene O’Donnell, a professor at John Jay School of Criminal Justice, debate the use of military equipment by local police departments.
Firefighters Battle Massive Warehouse Blaze in Houston
Firefighters try to douse flames and thick black smoke pouring from the roof of a warehouse in Houston, Texas.
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Pentagon: No Comment on Surveillance Fly-Overs of Syria
Saying he can't discuss intelligence matters, Rear Admiral John Kirby had no comment on either the White House's authorization of surveillance missions over Syria or if the missions were even taking place.
Video Purports To Show ISIS Torching Marijuana Crop
Amateur video purports to show Islamic State insurgents in Syria setting fire to what they say is a field of marijuana in an area under their control.
Police: Methadone Laced Underwear Led to Death
Police say a Kentucky prisoner on a daylong furlough is accused of soaking his underwear with methadone before returning to jail. WLEX's Kristen Pflum reports a fellow cellmate ingested parts of the underwear, and later died.
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Obama Says Defeating ISIS 'Won't Be Easy,' 'Won't Be Quick'
President Barack Obama talks about U.S. efforts to stop the ISIS militant group from expanding.
Couple Sells Everything to Live Their Dream
A Canadian couple gives up their corporate jobs, selling nearly everything they own, to set off on 1,000 day canoe journey across North America. WPBN's Jamie Innis reports.
A Safer Pill Dispenser
A Mississippi man has invented a device that prevents pills from spilling out of bottles, where kids may find and eat them from the floor. WDAM's Jeff Daley reports.
Kill Switches Coming to California Cellphones
All new cellphones sold in California after July 2015 will have a "kill switch" that can remotely shut them down if they're stolen. KCRA's Richard Sharp reports.
Officials Change of Execution Coverage Triggers Suit
The American Civil Liberties Union, The Guardian and The Oklahoma Observer file federal lawsuit after prison officials filtered what journalists could see during a botched execution. KFOR's Chellie Mills reports.
Champion Sumo Wrestler Takes On Swimming
Despite weighing more than 400 pounds, sumo wrestler, Kelly Gneiting, becomes only the fourth person to swim across Utah’s Bear Lake and then back again. KSL’s Mike Anderson reports.
Man Says Bloody Cat Attack Left Him Scarred
Residents in Houston say a ferocious feline is terrorizing their neighborhood. KPRC's Jace Larson reports.
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Can Serena Williams Win the U.S. Open?
A year ago Serena Williams had her best-ever season and while she hasn’t come out on top recently, Mary Carillo says she's a player to keep an eye on.
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Putin and Poroshenko Shake Hands at Minsk Talks
Russia's Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko greeted each other with a handshake at the start of talks, held in Belarus, on the Ukraine crisis, the first time the two presidents have met since June.
Freed American Captive's Mom: 'You Have to Have Hope'
Nancy Curtis, the mother of an American writer that was held captive in Syria for nearly two years talks about the days leading up to his release and how she remained hopeful throughout his captivity.
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Iraqi Families Evacuated As ISIS Threatens Town
The Iraqi military evacuates families from the town of Amerli Monday as ISIS militants reportedly closed in on the area.
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