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Democrats Won't Accept Changes to DHS Funding -- Senator Reid
Democrats Won't Accept Changes to DHS Funding -- Senator Reid

The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate warned the Republican-dominated House of Representatives against changing a bill for funding the Department of Homeland Security, saying his party would refuse to work on legislation that included extra provisions or "riders."

Euro Zone Shaking Off the Blues?
Euro Zone Shaking Off the Blues?

Opposition parties in Spain are upping their game ahead of elections later this year. This rally by the anti-austerity Podemos party followed the Prime Minister's state of the nation speech. He said the country was making its way out of a nightmare and was again attractive to investors - they're not convinced.

Sky Wars: Boeing, FedEx Vs. Airlines
Sky Wars: Boeing, FedEx Vs. Airlines

It's sky wars: three big U.S. airlines versus a domestic plane maker, express delivery company and others. The battle is over the Open Skies agreements, which allow airlines to fly routes they want in each other's countries. Boeing likes them because the pacts help Boeing sell more planes overseas. And FedEx likes them because they help them deliver more packages.

Afghans Bury Dead After Severe Avalanches
Afghans Bury Dead After Severe Avalanches

More than 180 people have died in Afghanistan after some of the worst avalanches in three decades. Now, officials are warning of an imminent emergency crisis in the worst hit areas.

Fresh Snow Pounds Southeast
Fresh Snow Pounds Southeast

Snow pummels the Southeastern United States -- again. Places like Tennessee...much of which is buried under nearly eight inches... ...and North Carolina, where officials are urging residents to stay off the roads. Further south in Mississippi, they're just not equipped for the snow... ...so they're waiting for it to melt away.

Ukraine Economy 'on the Brink'
Ukraine Economy 'on the Brink'

Ukrainian troops on the move - this time away from the front line. Their withdrawal revives hopes for a ceasefire in the east of the country. But elsewhere, another battle is raging - against bankruptcy. And a currency in apparent freefall. Jane Foley is senior currency strategist at Rabobank.

Ben Carson Kicks Off Conservative Conference
Ben Carson Kicks Off Conservative Conference

Ben Carson, a retired surgeon popular with Tea Party conservatives, has kicked off the the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. with a speech and a question and answer session aimed defining his credentials ahead of a possible run for president. Among the first questions asked by audience members focused on how Islamist extremist threats should be addressed.

£3.5bln Losses - a 'Good' Year for RBS
£3.5bln Losses - a 'Good' Year for RBS

For most companies, a 3.5 billion pound loss would be disastrous. But for the Royal Bank of Scotland, this is considered pretty good. 2013's deficit was as much as 9 billion. The bank is 7 years into an unprecedented corporate diet. Shedding 1 trillion pounds worth of assets. A writedown on the sale of its US business pulled down last year's results. And CEO Ross McEwan is confident the overall plan is working.

Fay Celebrates Italian Tailoring Traditions
Fay Celebrates Italian Tailoring Traditions

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: After New York and London, the spotlight turned to Italy on Wednesday (February 25) with the opening of Milan Fashion Week. Quintessential Italian brand Fay,

Islamic State Killer's Real Name Revealed
Islamic State Killer's Real Name Revealed

The masked man featured in several gruesome Islamic State beheading videos has been known as 'Jihad John.' His real name, however, is Mohammed Emwazi, a British national born in Kuwait.

Star-Studded Red Carpet Kicks Off 2015 BRIT Awards
Star-Studded Red Carpet Kicks Off 2015 BRIT Awards

The BRIT Awards 2015 kicked off with a bang with a host of stars flooding the red carpet.

Vibrating Bicycle Senses Traffic
Vibrating Bicycle Senses Traffic

Maurice Kwakkernaat is testing out his new bike. Instead of avoiding cars on the road, the research scientist wants to get as close as possible. It's part of a test to see if the bike he developed with a team of researchers from the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research will help keep elderly people safe while cycling.

Prince William Arrives in Japan
Prince William Arrives in Japan

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, arrived in Japan and toured Tokyo Bay by boat before heading to his first official events.

Hong Kong to Fund Homegrown Fashion
Hong Kong to Fund Homegrown Fashion

After another fiscal surplus in Hong Kong, the city decided to cut taxes and support local businesses. The government is putting its weight behind supporting start-ups and focusing on fashion and film.

At Least One Dead in Kabul Attack
At Least One Dead in Kabul Attack

A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle full of explosives into a Turkish embassy car in Kabul, Afghanistan, killing at least one person.

China Shuns Big Tech Names
China Shuns Big Tech Names

China is crossing off products from some of the world's biggest tech companies off its state purchase list, while adding thousands made by smaller domestic players.

Haitians Protest Against the Dominican Republic
Haitians Protest Against the Dominican Republic

Thousands took to the streets of Haiti's capital to protest against the Dominican Republic after a Haitian man was found hanged from a tree in a suspected xenophobic attack.

Footage Shows People Falling Into Sinkhole in Seoul
Footage Shows People Falling Into Sinkhole in Seoul

A South Korean man and woman suffered minor injuries when they stepped off a bus and fell into a sinkhole in Seoul. Rescue crews lifted them out of the hole using a crane.

French President Arrives in Manila for Two Day Visit
French President Arrives in Manila for Two Day Visit

French President Francois Hollande arrived at a military airbase in Manila for a two day visit aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and gathering support in addressing climate change.

Tensions High in Mexico After Teacher Dies in Protest
Tensions High in Mexico After Teacher Dies in Protest

A protester was killed when teachers protesting education reforms clashed with police in Acapulco. Now, protesters are marching in Guerrero to voice their anger over the death.

Drought Stricken Sao Paulo Pounded by Rain
Drought Stricken Sao Paulo Pounded by Rain

Torrential rains wreak havoc on Sao Paulo, causing widespread flooding and killing at least one man. The unrelenting rain pounded Brazil's largest city dumping 3.8 inches in just one hour.

Protests Rage on in Venezuela as Teen Shot by Police Is Buried
Protests Rage on in Venezuela as Teen Shot by Police Is Buried

Sporadic protests flared in different parts of Venezuela, a day after a policeman shot dead a teenager during a demonstration against President Nicolas Maduro's government.

U.S. Charges Three with Conspiring to Support Islamic State
U.S. Charges Three with Conspiring to Support Islamic State

Akhror Saidakmetov and Abdurasul Jeraboev, two of the three suspects charged with conspiring to support Islamic State, appeared in a New York court Wednesday. A third suspect was arrested in Florida.

Venezuelan Mothers Protest Death of Teen
Venezuelan Mothers Protest Death of Teen

Fourteen year old Kluiver Roa was shot dead by a policeman during an anti-government protest in San Cristobal. Now, mothers in Venezuela are demanding justice.