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US family fears ISIS holds their relatives

Romel David is terrified. He and his family can't sleep, and they can't stop thinking about what will happen in Syria, thousands of miles away from the comfort of their California home.

David said his brother-in-law, who emigrated to the United…

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Video shows ISIS destroying antiquities

They take sledgehammers to statues with an uncommon gusto -- destroying in seconds what may have survived centuries.

New video released by ISIS shows militants smashing what they say are antiquities at a museum in Mosul, Iraq.

Men shove statues off…

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IRS watchdog updates on Lerner investigation

The IRS watchdog investigating the disappearance of Lois Lerner's emails told a congressional panel on Thursday night they are looking into possible criminal activity.

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Llamas go free, Twitter goes wild

Picture a mix of your favorite movie car chase and a trip to the zoo.

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Missing Canadian teens may have link to ISIS

Authorities in Canada have opened an investigation into the whereabouts of at least four teenagers, who may have traveled to the Middle East in order to join ISIS, a police source said.

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Conservatives party like it's 2016

Conservative Republicans, bullish on their prospects in 2016, are gathered at their vast annual conference to road test the long list of potential candidates promising to win them back the White House.

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Suicide blast, explosions kill 35 in Nigeria

At least 35 people ?were killed on Thursday in two attacks in the northeast Nigerian town of Biu and central Nigerian city of Jos, according to residents and the military.

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Atlanta airport steps up worker security

The country's busiest airport has started screening employee bags before allowing workers into secure areas and shutting down access doors to the airfield in the wake of a gun-smuggling operation, CNN has confirmed.

Until recently, Atlanta's…

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Attorney: Cops shot unarmed man from behind

Two autopsies. Two different opinions as to whether an unarmed Mexican national was shot from behind by police in Pasco, Washington, earlier this month.

Charles Herrmann, an attorney for the family of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, said Thursday that an…

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No action Thursday night on DHS funding fight

The battle to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security will not be resolved Thursday night -- and could come down to a series of last-minute votes Friday, the day the department is scheduled to run out of money.

Following a closed House GOP…

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