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Obama Apologizes to Docs without Borders for Airstrike

President Barack Obama on Wednesday apologized to Doctors Without Borders for the American air attack that killed at least 22 people at a medical clinic in Afghanistan.

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Step It Up! 30-Minute Exercise Isn't Enough

The recommended 30 minutes of moderate exercise isn't enough to adequately reduce the risk of heart failure, according to a new study.

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Bangladeshi Pastor Survives Terrorist Attack

A Bangladesh pastor is alive today, thanks to his wife who heard his screams as he was being attacked by three men.

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US to Release 6,000 Non-Violent Drug Offenders

The Justice Department is getting ready to release around 6,000 drug offenders. It will be the largest ever single release of federal prisoners.

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Smugglers Caught with Nuke Material Meant for ISIS

Nuclear smugglers in Eastern Europe have been caught trying to sell radioactive material to Islamic State terrorists.

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'War Room' Still Among Top 10 After Four Weeks

The final figures from the weekend box office are in, and the Christian movie "War Room" is still in the Top 10 after four weeks.

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McCarthy to House GOP: 'I'm Not John Boehner'

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., who is in a bid to garner support to become the next speaker of the House, assured his colleagues Tuesday that he's "not John Boehner."

Updated 6 hours ago

IDF Soldier, Israeli Man Hurt in Separate Attacks

Terror attacks against Israelis continued today in Jerusalem and in other parts of the country.

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'Unconstitutional' Commandments Booted from OK Capitol

Workers removed a granite monument of the Ten Commandments from the Oklahoma Capitol grounds after the state's Supreme Court ruled the display unconstitutional.

Updated 7 hours ago

Cresting Rivers Threaten More Flooding in S. Carolina

The rain has subsided, but South Carolina residents are not out of the woods yet. Just as people begin to clean up, cresting rivers and streams threaten to cause more flood damage.