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The U.S. launched airstrikes in eastern Libya targeting a terrorist leader who was behind a 2013 attack on a gas plant in Algeria that killed at least 38 hostages, including three Americans. The Libyan government said the strikes were successful and he was killed. An Islamist with ties to extremists, however, claims the strikes missed him and says he was not at the site that was targeted. He has a long history of leading terrorist activities and the US maintains his personal allegiance to al-Qaeda poses a continuing threat to U.S. should he still be alive.
Jeb Bush will announce his 2016 presidential campaign plans at an event in South Florida on today.
Police continue their search for Richard Matt, 48, and David Sweat, 35, who are dangerous and escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility earlier this month, prison employee Joyce Mitchell, 51, faces a court appearance today on charges she aided their escape. She is accused of ‘providing assistance’ to the men, who authorities say used power tools to cut their way out of the maximum security prison in N.Y.
Depending on your family history – cataracts can become a problem in your 40’s. Not only can doctors surgically remove the cataracts – now they can also leave the patients with near perfect vision.
The Golden State Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors are now one game away from winning the NBA Championship. KVUE
NORTH CAROLINA IS on alert after two children lose limbs in separate attacks two hours apart Sunday — a girl, 12, loses part of her left arm and might lose her left leg, while a boy, 16, loses his left arm
The 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay is a rare occasion where the golf course is getting more attention than the players. For the passengers on the train between Seattle and Portland, Oregon, it was a moment to look out the other windows of the train car and take in the waters of Puget Sound. Looking the opposite direction meant staring sand, and gravel and old concrete pilings. If you’re headed to the U.S. Open today, take your sunscreen. It’s going to be sunny.
Compassion is…the knowledge that there can never really be any peace and joy for me until there is peace and joy…for you too. – Frederick Buechner