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Bae and Miller were the last Americans held by North Korea following the release last month of Jeffrey Fowle.
Meth lab seizures peaked nationally in 2004, when nearly 24,000 labs were seized.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the request is not yet official.
To use military force against the Islamic State group to replace the outdated authorization forged after 9/11.
Last month, South Korean prosecutors demanded the death penalty for the ferry’s captain and life sentences for three other key crew members.
Sharing their knowledge of the local terrain and language with the extremists, according to Iraqi and Kurdish officials.
Thousands of people in Sierra Leone are being forced to violate Ebola quarantines to find food because deliveries are not reaching them.
Exposing the weakness of mainstream opposition groups that the U.S. hopes to forge into a fighting force to take on Islamic extremists.
Pushing the total number of members slain by the extremists in recent days to more than 200.
Cruise ship returns after hitting an object in the water.
The death toll was likely to rise because over 100 people were wounded, with several in critical condition, Sukhera said.
The sick physician has been identified as Dr. Godfrey George.
The storm was centered approximately 535 miles (860 kilometers) south-southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico.
Shepherds halted at the old town hall so the chief herdsman could hand authorities 10 maravedies — copper coins first minted in the 11th cen…
A huge wave is too blame for the death four people in California.
A New York City doctor is doing better after being diagnosed with Ebola.