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(Cologne) -- The Germanwings co-pilot who deliberately crashed a jetliner into the French Alps was supposed to be on medical leave. Investigators searching Andreas Lubitz's home today found a torn-up doctor's note excusing Lubitz from work on Tuesday, when he flew the plane into...
(Washington, DC) -- Bill Clinton is leading the U.S. delegation to the funeral of Singapore's founding prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew. The former President will be joined at the Sunday funeral by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and several other officials. Other world...
(Washington, DC) -- Saudi Arabia is not taking nuclear weapons off the table. On CNN Thursday, the Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. would not rule out the possibility of the Saudis creating a nuclear bomb to defend itself against Iran. The ambassador said he couldn't discuss it...
(Undated) -- Syria's embattled president says he's open to having a dialog with the United States. In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes" set to air in its entirety on Sunday, President Bashar al-Assad also insisted he won't compromise the sovereignty of his country. U.S...
(Indianapolis, IN) -- A community in Carmel is rallying to help a teaching assistant being held by authorities in Spain. Brett Wright was recently arrested for assault and resisting arrest. The family of the 23-year-old teaching assistant says he thought he was being mugged when...
(Amsterdam) -- The lights are back on but flights are still being diverted from Amsterdam's Schiphol airport. A major power outage took down electricity in the Dutch capital and surrounding area this morning. An airport spokeswoman says incoming flights are being diverted to...
(Kissimmee, FL) -- Health officials confirm that an international traveler with the measles recently stayed at Florida's massive Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center. Doctors say the person spent most his time in Osceola County, but between March 14th and 20th he also went...
(Undated) -- A medical trial for two experimental Ebola vaccines shows they appear to be safe. A branch of the National Institutes of Health reported the finding Thursday based on testing done on 600 people in Liberia. One vaccine was produced by the NIH and GlaxoSmithKline...
(Undated) -- A two-year-old girl in India is officially the country's youngest archer. BBC News says Dolly set the record at a trial event earlier this week. She fired 36 arrows at a target 16 feet away, and then again at a target 23 feet away. Dolly's father says they're all...