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Starting in 1992, the Justice Department amassed logs of virtually all telephone calls from the USA to as many as 116 countries, a model for anti-terror surveillance after Sept. 11, 2001. (Photo: Photo: Mike Christy, AP) WASHINGTON — The U.S. government After the 9/11 attacks, Congress passed the REAL ID Act to prevent foreign nationals from fraudulently obtaining a U.S. driver's license -- by requiring that any ID issued based on unverifiable foreign documents look different in "design or color" from an A 200-year old skeleton discovered beneath a parking lot at the Battle of Waterloo site has been identified as a German soldier. The remains are the first full skeleton to be recovered from the famous battlefield in Belgium. The soldier, 23-year old After weeks of graphic testimony on one of the worst terror attacks on American soil, the case against alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will go to a jury Tuesday for a decision that is widely expected to result in a conviction and trigger a NEWARK — Schools, sports arenas and apartment buildings have sprouted in recent years in this troubled city as part of efforts to revitalize it. Now, it’s kale’s turn to take root in a most unusual spot. A former Grammer, Dempsey and Hudson steel Good Tuesday morning from Washington, where all eyes are on Kentucky and Senator Rand Paul‘s event promising a “message” of “big news,” and “a different kind of Republican to take on Washington.” Whatever could the announcement be? Former Gov. .
Mayor Rahm Emanuel talks to reporters at a campaign office on April 6, 2015, in Chicago, as he and opponent Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia rally supporters ahead of the city's mayoral runoff election. It's the first runoff since Chicago Michelle Graham, 35, will have the opportunity to accept a first-degee manslaughter charge rather than second-degree murder. The mohawk-sporting woman charged in a fatal shooting outside East Harlem’s Lincoln Houses in 2013 will be offered a chance to KATHMANDU, Nepal — Life returned to normal in Nepal on Wednesday after an opposition alliance cut short a crippling general strike over an impasse about how to approve the Himalayan nation’s constitution. Schools and markets opened and vehicles were A father and his seven children found dead inside a Maryland home were poisoned by carbon monoxide from a generator they were using because they could not keep up with their electricity bills, relatives and a friend said. Rodney Todd Sr., 36, and his seven The beating of a prominent blogger underscores the risk to reporters in the troubled North Caucasus region. MOSCOW — One year ago, a Moscow blogger, Stanislav Starodubets, began to travel regularly to Russia’s oldest city, Derbent, in the Dagestan Jurors began deliberating Tuesday in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez after his lawyer acknowledged for the first time that his client was at the scene of the killing and saw it happen but described him as a kid who The shocking video of South Carolina man Walter Scott being shot eight times by an officer, then framed for a fake attack, ignited intense outrage and grief from notable names online, with one celebrity vowing to take a stand in the case. “No spin-video MEXICO CITY (AP) — An ambush that killed 15 state police officers in western Mexico appears to be a drug cartel's revenge attack and could herald a military-style offensive against government authorities. The assault on a Jalisco state police convoy late Those of us who watched "Furious 7" in theaters this past weekend were treated to a touching tribute to the late Paul Walker at the end. Director James Wan and his crew used a combination of CGI, Wiz Khalifa’s "See You Again" and a montage of scenes from The huge, lumbering, long-necked Brontosaurus with its whip-like tail has long enchanted dinosaur enthusiasts—even becoming the logo for the Sinclair oil company. But less than a quarter of a century after the creature was first named by Yale HOUSTON — The Energy Department predicted on Tuesday that motorists would pay the lowest prices at the pump this summer since 2009, even though falling global oil prices have gained back some ground in recent days. In its short-term energy forecast, the Washington (CNN)Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel thanked voters Tuesday night for giving him a "second term and a second chance" as he declared victory over challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia. Still, Emanuel, whose tough political persona is legendary, appeared TAMPA — Breanna Stewart led UConn's women's basketball team through a gantlet of cameramen to their locker room at Amalie Arena about 90 minutes before tip-off the national championship game on Tuesday. Senior forward Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis took over New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) show that researchers are making continuous headway in the fight against Alzheimer's. Scientists at the University of South Australia, along with colleagues from Third .