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Clinton on Sept. 10, 2001: I could have killed bin Laden but 'I didn't'
Former President Bill Clinton, mere hours before the 9/11 terror attack, openly acknowledged that he turned down a chance to kill Usama bin Laden, according to a newly released recording.

Worker shoots CEO before killing self in Chicago high-rise
A Chicago man recently demoted in a downsizing shot his company's CEO Thursday morning, critically wounding the man, and then fatally shot himself in front of 10 horrified witnesses, police said.

Heroic American doctor stricken with Ebola forgoes treatment for gravely ill colleague
Two gravely ill American medical workers in Liberia who were infected with the Ebola virus are said to be in stable condition as the humanitarian organization Samaritan’s Purse works to bring them back to the U.S. for treatment.

Man with face transplant poses for GQ
A man who received a face transplant two years ago because his face was badly disfigured in a shotgun accident posed for GQ to show off his new look

House GOP leaders hold out hope for border crisis fix, after vote fizzles
House Republican leaders are trying anew to round up an elusive majority for a bill addressing the border crisis, after a chaotic day where they initially abandoned the legislation and began sending lawmakers home for the summer recess -- only to reverse course moments later.

Woman sues after plastic surgeon posted photos of 'cocaine nose'
Next time you think a photo being taken of you is confidential, maybe you should assume the worst.

Gaza crisis: Israel, Hamas agree to 72-hour humanitarian cease-fire
Israel and Hamas agreed Thursday to an unconditional, 72-hour humanitarian cease-fire in the Gaza conflict, set to begin Friday, the United States and United Nations said.

6 resign from Chicago youth baseball board after learning coach a cop killer
The family of a police officer killed in a 'brutal' 1988 beating at the hands of a group of young men expressed outrage last month when they learned that one of the assailants, who served 11 years for the murder, was the head coach in a children's baseball league, The Chicago Tribune reported.

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1 cop issued 80 percent of pot tickets in city, Seattle police say
A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a review found he wrote about 80 percent of marijuana tickets issued in the city during the first half of 2014.

'No proof of crime' in missing Oregon mom case has detectives stymied
An aerial search conducted Wednesday turned up no sign of an Oregon mother who disappeared one week ago after leaving her home to run errands. 

California battle over concealed-weapon rights could be headed for Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has turned aside all Second Amendment challenges since a pair of landmark rulings in 2008 and 2009 confirmed the rights of individuals to keep and bear arms. But some believe a California case could make the high court return to the controversial area and determine whether gun ownership rights extend beyond the corners of one's home.

Syrian defector testifies, shows House lawmakers graphic images of Assad torture
A Syrian defector who goes only by the name “Caesar” delivered dramatic and disturbing testimony Thursday to a congressional committee about the Assad regime's atrocities, sharing with lawmakers just a few of the thousands of photos he took showing prisoners who were brutally beaten, starved and murdered.

Drinking sweetened beverages during adolescence may affect memory and learning
Weight gain and tooth decay aren’t the only side effects from sugary drinks— new research found it may damage memory, Medical Daily reported.

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Woman's life debilitated from bariatric surgery side effect
In 2006, Nina had gastric bypass surgery and lost more than 100 pounds. But several years later, a terrible side effect showed up

Texas first-grader forced to sit on floor for weeks as punishment for drawing on desk
A first-grade girl was reportedly forced to sit on the floor of her Texas classroom for several weeks as punishment for drawing on a desk.

Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds collective bargaining crackdown, in victory for Walker
After three years of legal battles, the war for Gov. Scott Walker’s cornerstone public-sector collective bargaining reforms is over, with the state Supreme Court on Thursday upholding Act 10 in its entirety.

Drew Barrymore speaks out after half-sister found dead
Drew Barrymore’s half-sister, Jessica Barrymore, was found dead in a car in California on Tuesday, and the Golden Globe winning actress expressed her sentiments following the news.

CIA director apologizes to lawmakers as probe finds officers read Senate emails
The director of the CIA, offering a rare apology, has acknowledged an internal probe's findings that CIA employees in the Executive Branch improperly spied on the Legislative Branch by searching Senate computers and reading staffers' emails earlier this year.

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