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In the Sierra Nevada mountain range, US special forces are saddling up and training in the art of mountain warfare.
A state of emergency has been declared in 70 counties in Texas following another night of heavy rain.
After accidentally shooting himself in the face, Richard Norris was left severely disfigured. He became a recluse.
US police have stepped in to separate anti-Islam protesters outside a mosque from demonstrators defending religious rights, in a tense but peaceful stand-off.
Uruguayan authorities will reportedly allow a 12-year-old girl who was left pregnant after being raped to have her baby.
The father of a Perth youth who died after taking drugs bought on Silk Road says the jailing of the website's mastermind is a sensational result.
The United States has called for an "immediate and lasting halt" to reclamation works in disputed waters in the South China Sea, saying China's behaviour in the area is out of step with international norms.
US authorities investigating the mistaken shipment of live anthrax by a military lab say a batch of the lethal bacteria was sent to Australia in 2008.
The American mastermind behind the criminal website Silk Road has been sentenced to life in prison by a US federal judge.
The United States has removed Cuba from its blacklist as a state sponsor of terrorism, aimed at paving the way towards normalising ties.
Michael Jackson's former Neverland Ranch estate in California has been put on the market - for US$100 million.
Torrential rain has left much of central Texas heavily flooded with at least 23 people known dead and more missing.
A total of 18 laboratories may have accidentally received live samples of anthrax from the American military, US authorities say.
A judge has dismissed Wade Robson's lawsuit alleging he was molested by late pop icon Michael Jackson, because the choreographer filed legal papers too late.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be formally sentenced to death in court on June 24.
Barack Obama has met with the family of Steven Sotloff, who was abducted in Syria and beheaded by IS in September.
FIFA's president says the football body faces "more bad news", and the officials accused of corruption have humiliated the organisation.
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