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Venezuela’s intelligence agency detained two more judges on July 25 that the government-stacked Supreme Court had threatened with arrest after they were appointed by the opposition-controlled National Assembly.
LOS ANGELES - The Associated Press
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping is wrapping up a pivotal four-day visit to the United State with a daylong series of events in Los Angeles with his American counterpart Joe Biden.
MILWAUKEE-The Associated Press
Authorities say teen was forced to stay in an unfinished basement for years and eat her own feces...
SEATTLE - Reuters
Three people were killed and as many as eight others were missing
LAS VEGAS - Los Angeles Times
The "Heart Attack Grill" in Las Vegas lived up to its name when a customer suffered a heart attack at the restaurant famous for its high-calorie meals.
DETROIT - The Associated Press
Defiantly declaring "a day of victory," a Nigerian man was given a mandatory life sentence Thursday for trying to blow up a packed jetliner with a bomb sewn into his underwear.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
Amnesty International Wednesday urged tighter limits on police use of electrical weapons, two days after a US man became the 500th person to die in 11 years.
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U.S. President Barack Obama’s administration is looking at possible cuts to the U.S. nuclear arsenal...
SEOUL - Agence France-Presse
A massive fire swept through a prison in Honduras and killed at least 357 people, including many inmates trapped inside their cells, officials said on yesterday.
The prisoners whose scorched bodies were carried out piece by piece yesterday morning...
TEGUCIGALPA - Reuters
A fire swept through a jail in Honduras, killing at least 272 people, a forensic services official said early today.