August 28, 2015 Also: A student is shot and killed at Savannah State University; Colombia and Venezuela recall ambassadors over a border dispute; and today's the final of World Air Guitar Championships in Finland.
August 27, 2015 Also: Austrian officials find at least 20 migrants suffocated to death in a truck; President Obama visits New Orleans on Hurricane Katrina's 10th anniversary; and wildfires prompt air quality alerts.
August 26, 2015 Also: Obama expresses regret to Japan over alleged spying; the Colorado movie theater gunman will be formally sentenced today; and urban traffic really is the worst it's been in years.
August 25, 2015 Also: The U.S. will send F-22 jets to Europe for NATO's use; Navajo farmers reject river water near a mine spill, jeopardizing their crops; and IndyCar driver Justin Wilson dies of a head injury.
August 24, 2015 Also: Wildfires burn more land in the west; Tropical Storm Danny weakens; and Boston police arrest 2 men who allegedly threatened to attack the Pokemon World Championship.
August 21, 2015 Also: The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 5 percent this year; there are new fires at the Chinese port where a chemical fire killed dozens of people; and a pig briefly flew (safely) in Colorado.
August 20, 2015 Also: Gang violence leaves 125 dead in El Salvador this week; cyanide levels near a Chinese explosion site are dangerously high; and American Airlines will start charter flights from L.A. to Cuba.
August 19, 2015 Also: ISIS militants kill an antiquities scholar in Syria; Saudi Arabia reports dozens of new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome; and a Hawaiian flash flood sends some tourists up trees.
August 18, 2015 Also: Wichita police arrest a man who took a bomb to a clinic that performs abortions; both sides may be committing war crimes in Yemen; and the world's best place to live is Melbourne, Australia.
August 17, 2015 Also: Wildfires scorch more land in the west; the FAA says a software problem caused Saturday's air traffic delays; and a strange-looking deep sea creature is nicknamed the "Spaghetti Monster".
July 31, 2015 Also: Congress sends President Obama a short term highway funding bill; a Japanese citizens' panel says ex-Fukushima officials should be charged with negligence; and there's a blue moon tonight!
July 30, 2015 Also: Hillary Clinton will testify in October to the House panel on Benghazi; India executes a plotter of a deadly 1993 bombing; and scientists discover a huge aurora on a distant brown dwarf star.
July 29, 2015 Also: It'll be very hot in several Plains and southern states today; Congress looks at a short term funding bill for highway programs; and hundreds of migrants try to enter the Eurotunnel.
July 28, 2015 Also: Chinese stock markets remain volatile; suspicious packages are sent to several Oregon government buildings; and the world's oldest panda is 37 and living in Hong Kong.
July 27, 2015 Also: Republican Senate leaders rebuke Texas Sen. Ted Cruz; the Boy Scouts hold a meeting to discuss gay adult leaders; and China's main stock market plunges 8% in today's trading.
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