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The utility of Google cookies in cyber exploitation and espionage comes as no surprise to some. NSA officials maintain their practices are practical and legal.
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Stanley Wrice says he was forced to confess to sexual assault after Chicago police allegedly beat him with a flashlight and a 20-inch piece of rubber. Many others claim similar treatment.
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A Colorado school followed its zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy in suspending a 6-year-old boy for kissing a girl on the hand. Such policies can be problematic, experts say.
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The Obama administration announced a four-fold increase in health insurance enrollments between October and November. But the numbers are still low, keeping the heat on Kathleen Sebelius.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a rollout of Arctic military bases, one day after Canadian officials said they would claim jurisdiction over the North Pole.
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The US and European governments worry that Turkey is turning a blind eye to jihadis from their soil seeking to fight in Syria, and fear the consequences when these blooded fighters return home.
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Egypt has turned hostile towards an estimated 325,000 Syrian refugees. Activists allege police are pressuring refugees to return to their war-torn nation.
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Peace talks will likely continue, but the ousting of the former guerrilla Gustavo Petro could have repercussions - and give the FARC added leverage.
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An NTSB report about the July Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco states that the pilot, who had little experience on 777s, realized his mistakes seconds before the accident.
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House and Senate negotiators reached a budget deal that would fund the federal government for two fiscal years. It's modest, but a step back from fiscal brinkmanship – if it passes.
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Democrats complained that GOP Sen. Ted Cruz was attempting to upstage South Africa’s planned proceedings for Nelson Mandela. But some other aspects of US politics might have been factors.