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Md train derailment

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

Broken rail caused deadly 2012 derailment

A broken rail caused a train derailment near Baltimore two years ago that killed two young women sitting on a railroad bridge, the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday.

Floor of NYSE

Dow plunges 317 points, now down for year

The best thing we can say about Thursday's stock market trading is that it is now over. The Dow fell 317 points, erasing all of its gains for the year.

House of Representatives, Capitol

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House GOP calls off vote on immigration bill

On the last day before summer recess, dysfunction reigned in Congress.

House Republicans called off a vote on their $659 million emergency response to the border influx from Central America overwhelming immigration resources, unable to agree among the...

MH17 crash site

Raja Razek/CNN

OSCE team reaches MH17 crash site area

It's a staggering figure, two weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot out of the sky.

As many as 80 bodies could still be lying in the fields of eastern Ukraine where the passenger jet crashed, Australia's foreign minister told CNN on Thursda...

Beit Hanoun damage, Gaza

Gordon Duncan/CNN

Calls for accountability in Gaza increase

With the number of civilians killed in Gaza rising by the day, the United Nations' top human rights official warned that war crimes may have been committed in the fight between Israel and Hamas -- a struggle that shows no signs of waning.

At least 1,4...

Ray Rice runs throw defender

Patrick Smith/Reuters

Ravens' Rice: 'My actions were inexcusable'

Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back suspended by the NFL for two games after video showed him dragging his unconscious then-fiancée from an elevator, told reporters Thursday his actions were "inexcusable."

"You know that's not me," he said. "...

Ebola, West Africa blurb

REUTERS/Tommy Trenchard

Could Ebola come to the United States?

Yes, Ebola can come to the United States. But no, there's no reason to panic.

Weekly int'l flights from countries hit by Ebola

Jason Kwok/CNN

What is risk of catching Ebola on a plane?

Deadly diseases like Ebola are only a plane ride away. In today's interconnected world, linked by transoceanic flights, one infected person can trigger a domino effect that pays no attention to borders.

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CIA apologizes for spying on Senate committee

CIA Director John Brennan apologized to the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday and admitted the agency spied on computers used by its staffers who prepared an investigation of the controversial post 9/11 CIA interrogation and detention program.

Doctors Without Borders treating Ebola outbreak, Guinea

From Doctors Without Borders

WHO: Ebola death toll tops 700

Nancy Writebol fought for her life against Ebola hemorrhagic fever on Thursday.

While she did, the virus that befell the American missionary in Liberia as she worked to save its victims continued on a rampage through West Africa.

It is believed to ha...

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