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US-Tropical-Weather-Sandy (Will update)
Tens of thousands of New Yorkers left without heat after Superstorm Sandy hit may need to leave their homes as temperatures plummet, but it's not clear where they'll go.
POL-election-closing-blitz (will update)
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are barnstorming through the battlegrounds Sunday and Monday as they make their closing arguments in a race that two national polls released Sunday show to be tied.
Pennsylvania-Zoo-Child-Killed (will update)
A group of African painted dogs killed a boy who fell into their exhibit Sunday at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
An ongoing skid in crude oil prices helped drive U.S. gasoline prices down nearly 21 cents a gallon in late October, the biggest dip since the weeks following the 2008 financial crisis.
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US-Veteran-Daughter-PTSD -- By Moni Basu
Inside a trailer in Honaker, Virginia, is a 5-year-old girl who loves lemon-lime slush. She sleeps in a room with a quilted bedspread and matching purple curtains. She adores her cat Tiger, dogs Smoky and Rusty and a black, pop-eyed goldfish. Her family is poor, and she is eating potted meat, blowing away cracker crumbs that fall into her lap. "Daddy," she whispers when her father, a welder, comes home. He does not respond. His eyes are wild. He collapses into a rocking chair, his hands trembling, his breathing labored. She doesn't understand her father's strange behavior. It's as though he's in the grip of the devil. She hides behind the couch, her knees press against the shag carpeting. Later, she will remember this moment as the first time she was afraid of her father.
People were celebrating a wedding when a car bomb went off nearby Sunday, leaving an 11-year-old child dead, in the Turkish town of Semdinli.
Fighting between two militias erupted at the building that previously housed Libya's intelligence agency in central Tripoli early Sunday, sources said.
Hundreds of Hamas supporters took to the streets of Gaza on Saturday, protesting against Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and accusing him of giving up a key demand from Israel: a so-called "right of return."
Gunmen attacked a police station in northeast Nigeria early Sunday, killing two officers, the head of the police force in Yobe State said.
A grenade flew into a Kenyan church today, turning a prayer service into carnage.