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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.

Protesters March to Hong Kong Leader's Home
Protesters March to Hong Kong Leader's Home

Talks with government officials have not moved their case forward, but pro-democracy demonstrators are marching on... this time, to the home of Hong Kong's leader CY Leung. The are angry at remarks he made this week... that more democracy was unacceptable, in part, because it would result in poorer people having more say in politics.

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.

Baby Killed in Jerusalem Car Attack Was American Citizen
Baby Killed in Jerusalem Car Attack Was American Citizen

The U.S. State Department confirmed the 3-month-old baby killed in a suspected terrorist attack in Jerusalem was an American citizen.

Character Brawl Erupts on Hollywood Blvd
Character Brawl Erupts on Hollywood Blvd

A brawl that broke out between "Mr. Incredible" and "batgirl" outside a popular tourist attraction on Hollywood Boulevard is being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department, authorities said Wednesday.

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.

Kerry Says "No Quid Pro Quo" in Jeffrey Fowle's Release
Kerry Says "No Quid Pro Quo" in Jeffrey Fowle's Release

During a visit to Berlin, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday (October 22) there was no quid pro quo involved in North Korea's release of American, Jeffrey Fowle and expressed hope that denuclearization talks with Pyongyang could start again soon. Washington said on Tuesday that Fowle was being flown home to his family. The move comes as international pressure mounts on Pyongyang over its human rights record.

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.

Family Says Dallas Nurse Amber Vinson Clear of Ebola
Family Says Dallas Nurse Amber Vinson Clear of Ebola

Amber Vinson, the second nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola after treating Thomas Eric Duncan, is now free of the virus, according to her family.

Teacher Accused of Having Sex With Student Pleads Not Guilty
Teacher Accused of Having Sex With Student Pleads Not Guilty

A 30-year-old high school teacher and coach pleaded not guilty to more than a dozen charges related to an alleged sexual relationship he had with a student.

'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.

American Freed by North Korea Lands in Ohio
American Freed by North Korea Lands in Ohio

One of three Americans detained in North Korea returned home to Ohio on Wednesday (October 22) morning after being unexpectedly freed by the reclusive nation. Jeffrey Fowle, 56, landed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base just east of Dayton, Ohio, and was immediately greeted by his family. Fowle was arrested in May for leaving a Bible at a sailor's club in the North Korean city of Chongjin, where he was traveling as a tourist.

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.

After Ukraine, Is Putin's Eye on the Baltic States?
After Ukraine, Is Putin's Eye on the Baltic States?

A spy plane entered Estonian airspace Tuesday, but pro-Russian propaganda has been flooding into the country for months.

Family of Mountain Lions Caught in Surprising Place
Family of Mountain Lions Caught in Surprising Place

About 2 1/2 years after he set up his first surveillance camera along a trail in the backcountry of Angeles National Forest, Robert Martinez got footage of Southern California wildlife even he couldn't believe.