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Raw: Thugs Punch Woman, Snatch Cellphone, Purse
Raw: Thugs Punch Woman, Snatch Cellphone, Purse

The NYPD is looking for three men believed to be responsible for the violent robbery of a 21-year-old woman in Brooklyn.

Will Apple Pay Keep You Safer From Fraud?
Will Apple Pay Keep You Safer From Fraud?

As merchants face an epidemic of data breaches, consumers wonder: Will Apple Pay be any safer? Priya Anand discusses. Photo: Apple

Pistorius Siblings: 'Truth Manipulated'
Pistorius Siblings: 'Truth Manipulated'

The siblings of Oscar Pistorius,, Carl and Aimee Pistorius, speak of "twisted truths" in a television interview ahead of his sentencing on Tuesday.

Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut
Why Refugees to Greece Are Sewing Their Mouths Shut

Detainees describe dismal conditions inside Greece's EU-cofunded immigration detention centers.

Ivory Coast Bid to Become West Africa's Rice Bowl
Ivory Coast Bid to Become West Africa's Rice Bowl

It's been a grim time for West Africa's fledgling economies as they struggle with the impact of Ebola. But a small plant - rice - might brighten the future for one of them. Ivory Coast - which so far is untouched by the outbreak - has launched a bid to become a major rice producer - with an eye on becoming an exporter within a few years. It's spending four billion dollars to do it. Yacouba Dembele is director of the national office for rice development.

Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android
Gametime App Delivers Sports Tickets on iOS and Android

Gametime specializes in last-minute sports tickets on-the-go. CEO and Founder Brad Griffith talks major league tickets and funding.

Ukraine Accused of Using Cluster Bombs in Donetsk Shelling
Ukraine Accused of Using Cluster Bombs in Donetsk Shelling

Human Rights Watch alleges the Ukrainian military used cluster bombs during shelling of Donetsk.

Former Harlem Globetrotter Disappears on Road Trip
Former Harlem Globetrotter Disappears on Road Trip

Family members were asking for the public's help Monday in locating Rico Omarr Harris, a former member of the Harlem Globetrotters, who disappeared while driving to Seattle, authorities said.

Obama Discusses Ebola
Obama Discusses Ebola

President Obama discusses what the United States is doing to respond to Ebola, both here at home and abroad, and the facts Americans need to know.

Ebola: What Is the FDA Hiding?
Ebola: What Is the FDA Hiding?

Goldwater Institute Political Consultant Starlee Coleman asks why federal bureaucrats granted Ebola patients special access to experimental drugs. Plus, Michigan passes a 'Right to Try' law.

Origins of Intercourse Traced to Fish
Origins of Intercourse Traced to Fish

Scientists believe they have traced the origin of copulation to fish found in a Scottish lake 385 million years ago.

A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train
A Slow Life Working Aboard Kenya’s Century-Old Train

There are 3,000 workers employed at the Nairobi Railway. They include conductors, engineers, janitors, and ticketing booth clerks. Though breakdowns and delays limit time off, and there’s no overtime pay, many say they wouldn't trade the job for anything.

Pistorius Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
Pistorius Sentenced to Five Years in Prison

Olympian Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years in prison for the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Pistorius stood when the sentence was read.

Code42 Embraces BYOD
Code42 Embraces BYOD

Code42 is a data protection and management company embracing BYOD. CEO Matthew Dornquast, discusses data management and company outlook.

Why Critics Say This Opera Is Anti-Semitic, Pro-Terrorist
Why Critics Say This Opera Is Anti-Semitic, Pro-Terrorist

Some 400 protesters rallied outside New York City's Metropolitan Opera ahead of "Death of Klinghoffer's" premiere.

Legendary Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dies at 82
Legendary Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dies at 82

Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who has dressed every first lady since Jacqueline Kennedy, has died at the age of 82.

'Crumbs' Bakery Reopens After Bankruptcy
'Crumbs' Bakery Reopens After Bankruptcy

After closing abruptly from bankruptcy, the beloved NYC bakery is back in business with the help of a 'Profit' guru.

Unaccountable Care Organizations
Unaccountable Care Organizations

Editorial Board Member Joe Rago explains why the Obama Administration’s new healthcare business model hasn’t reduced costs.

Donetsk Rocked by Chemical Plant Blast
Donetsk Rocked by Chemical Plant Blast

A powerful explosion at a chemical plant in the rebel-held city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine has reverberated across the city.

EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner
EnergyEntrepreneurs: A Greener Air Conditioner

An entrepreneur in China dreams of ending global warming.

Swedbank Warns on Growth
Swedbank Warns on Growth

SOUNDBITE: Axel Threlfall, Reuters, saying (English): "Well we're keeping a very close eye on Swedbank for our Market Mover section this morning. The first major Nordic bank to report Q3 numbers. And

Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet
Apple to Take Bite Out of Your Wallet

Apple unveiled a slew of gadgets and introduced its mobile payments system.

First-of-Its-Kind Treatment Gives Man Ability to Walk Again
First-of-Its-Kind Treatment Gives Man Ability to Walk Again

A medical team has for the first time given a man the ability to walk again after transplanting cells from his brain onto his severed spinal cord.

NHL Player Arrested on Suspicion of Domestic Violence
NHL Player Arrested on Suspicion of Domestic Violence

Los Angeles Kings Defenseman Slava Voynov was arrested Monday on suspicion of domestic violence and has been suspended, the NHL announced.