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London police use super recognizers to fight crime
Paul Hyland almost never forgets a face. He's a "super recognizer," and that's giving an unusual kind of help to his employer: Scotland Yard.
Calif. doctor saves choking diner with knife
Dinner was just getting served to a crowd of doctors and elected officials when a cry to dial 911 rang out at The Mark restaurant.
Amazon unveils Kindle Fire HDX with 24/7 live help
Amazon is refreshing its lineup of tablet computers with new devices called Kindle Fire HDX, which are significantly faster and lighter than the previous generation.
3 freight trains collide in Texas, 4 crew hurt
Three freight trains collided in the Texas Panhandle before dawn Wednesday, derailing up to 30 cars and injuring four crewmembers including two critically.
Shabab: 137 killed in Kenya mall attack
The militant group behind the takeover of a Nairobi mall claimed Wednesday that Kenyan government assault team carried out "a demolition" of the building, burying 137 hostages in rubble.
Senate moves toward test vote on Obamacare
The Democratic-controlled Senate is on a path toward defeating tea party attempts to dismantle President Barack Obama's health care law, despite an overnight talkathon on the chamber's floor led by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.
Obama: Syrian chemical weapon ban must be enforced
President Barack Obama on Tuesday challenged the U.N. Security Council to hold Syria accountable if it fails to live up to pledges to dismantle its chemical weapons stockpiles.
Miss Piggy joins Kermit in Smithsonian collection
Miss Piggy is finally joining her love, Kermit the Frog, in the Smithsonian Institution's collection of Jim Henson's Muppets, and Bert and Ernie will have a place in history, too.
Gulf Coast Legislative Council to host National Flood Insurance Protection Summit
The Gulf Coast Legislative Council (GCLC) announced plans to host a Summit on the National Flood Insurance Protection program and the Biggert-Waters Flood Act on October 15, 2013 in Gulfport, Mississippi.
El Paso ISD staff could face cheating sanctions
Some current and ex-staffers of a West Texas school district recovering from a testing scandal could face sanctions imposed by state education officials.
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