NEWS

Ferguson violence could be a catalyst for change

Civil unrest in Ferguson, like other U.S. racial flashpoints, could bring change
     
 
 

Family 'overwhelmed' after U.S. student's body found in Israel

The body was found close to where a Palestinian victim of a revenge killing was discovered in July.
     
 
 

Another plane diverts over reclining seat dispute

Angry Parisian subdued by air marshals and arrested before Miami-Paris flight lands in Boston.
     
 
 

U.S. to resume oil drilling leases in California

The decision follows a study that found limited environmental impacts from fracking.
     
 
 

Obama: 'We don't have a strategy yet' for IS in Syria

White House says advisers will discuss options to counter the threat of Islamic militants
     
 
 

Woman killed at Burning Man was art gallery manager

Accident happened a little after midnight Thursday.
     
 
 

Sister of Boston bombing suspect arrested in NYC

Ailina Tsarnaeva is charged in New York with aggravated harassment.
     
 
 

Range where instructor killed by girl drew concerns

Area man filed lawsuit to close business that allowed tourists to shoot machine guns.
     
 
 

Analysts: U.S. needs 'local ally' against Islamic State

No country other than Syria would be a likely candidate to send in needed combat troops.
     
 
 

Failed phone call is newest Flight 370 clue

Officials have said without the black boxes they can't determine what happened to Flight 370.
     
 
 

After Ferguson: Senate to review police militarization

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., to chair hearing on military equipment used by local police.
     
 
 

Ebola outbreak could lead to food crisis, U.N. says

Aid agencies rush food to African nations affected by Ebola outbreak.
     
 
 

Pilot in F-15 crash confirmed dead

Crews searched overnight and ground efforts scheduled to go through the day.
     
 
 

Quake rattles southern Greece, capital city

There were no reports of injuries or damage.
     
 
 

Fiji says 43 soldiers captured in Golan Heights

Their captors have not been identified.