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Major general faints during news conference

Air Force Maj. Gen. James Martin Jr. fainted during a Pentagon briefing. He was taken to a nearby hospital as a precaution.

Medical Marijuana Might Be Legalized In Australia Really Soon

A new amendment in Australia would legalize medical marijuana there, though each state could decide whether or not to comply.

MADD to release first 50-state report on ignition interlocks

Mothers Against Drunk Driving will release its first report on the number of times drunken drivers are stopped from using vehicles by ignition interlock devices in all 50 states

This is what the Earth will be like in 10,000 years

Scientists are publishing a paper discussing what our planet, Earth will look like in 10,000 years from now. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

World's Oldest Known Bird Living In Wild Hatches Her 50th-Or-So Chick

Wisdom, the oldest known bird living in the wild, recently welcomed her latest chick into the world.

The Latest: Snyder proposes $195M toward Flint water crisis

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder wants to spend $195 million more to address Flint's water crisis and another $165 million updating infrastructure statewide, including lead water pipes

Tracing Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz's roots in Cuba

CNN's Patrick Oppmann traces the roots of GOP candidates for president Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz in Cuba.

2 Texas researchers under fire for Planned Parenthood study

Two state researchers in Texas are under fire for co-authoring a study suggesting that Republican-ordered cuts to Planned Parenthood hurt access to women's health care in the state

Hunt for Third German Train Black Box

German police have rejected as speculation a report that a line controller turned off an automatic safety

Demi Lovato Credits The Kardashians For Her Self Body Image

Demi Lovato loves her body curves and all! And she's giving body image credit to one VERY famous Hollywood family.

UK's Cameron blasts UN panel's ruling on WikiLeaks' Assange

British Prime Minister David Cameron has denounced a United Nations panel's finding that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been wrongfully detained by Britain and Sweden

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South Korea to suspend joint-run Kaesong complex

The South Korean government is suspending operations at the jointly-run Kaesong Industrial Complex, following North Korea's recent rocket launch and nuclear test.

Chris Christie Drops Out Of Presidential Race

Christie entered the race as one of the front runners, but his poll numbers consistently slid.

Woman, 3 children critically hurt in stabbing at NYC hotel

A woman and three children have been critically wounded in a stabbing at a New York City hotel

Man casually trips suspect on the run from police

A civilian in England decided to help the cops out by tripping the alleged drug dealer they were running after. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Man Dies After Setting Himself On Fire In Front Of Kensington Palace

Police received a call about a man acting suspiciously early Tuesday morning. When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s on fire.

Photos Show Police Officers Talking Woman Out of Jumping From Bridge

Two officers with the California Highway Patrol are being praised for their skill and dedication after talking a woman out of jumping from San Francisco’s Bay Bridge.

For Donald Trump, for one night, there was so much winning.

For Donald Trump, for one night, there was so much winning

deGrasse Tyson: 'I'm duty-bound to educate the citizenry'

The internet's favorite astrophysicist says that instead of telling people what to think, he wants to give them the tools to "understand it on their own."

Ferguson asks for changes to reform deal, drawing criticism

The Ferguson City Council is asking the U.S. Department of Justice for changes to a deal to reform the city's courts and policing systems, a move that drew swift criticism from both the department and many residents

Apprenticeships Boost the Workforce

Germany has Europe's lowest rates of youth unemployment, partly because of its traditional apprenticeship system, which allows young Germans who don't go to university to train and qualify in companies.

UK to end ancient practice of printing laws on animal skin

Britain to print new laws on archival paper rather than animal skin