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Justice Department Finds Cleveland Police Uses Excessive Force

The city and the federal government have come to terms to try to correct the issues with the department, Attorney General Eric Holder said.

Montana Man Cites 'Castle Doctrine' As Defense In German Teen's Shooting

The law says that a man's home is his castle and can be defended as such. Prosecutors said Markus Kaarma shot in cold blood the exchange student who had entered his garage.

Where Wages Are Rising (And Falling), In 1 Graph

Overall, wages were stagnant over the past year. But workers in some sectors saw significant gains.

The Mystery Of The Missing Martins

In Skunk Bear's latest video, join the search for an enormous flock of missing songbirds, and learn some bizarre facts about Shakespeare and Doppler radar along the way.

It Wasn't Pretty, But 76ers Manage To Win Their First Game Of The Season

The game got off to a bizarre start when the teams went for the wrong baskets. Still, the 76ers managed to avoid tying a record for the worst start to an NBA season.

A Syrian Entrepreneur Looks To Build The Amazon Of The Arab World

Souq.com, created by U.S.-educated Ronaldo Mouchawar, has a strong presence in the Middle East. Since the boom in cell phones in the region, "you can feel the crescendo" in its tech sector, he says.

Is The Food Babe A Fearmonger? Scientists Are Speaking Out

The food system is awash in chemicals and additives. One woman has made a career out of investigating them. But a cadre of critics says she's creating more confusion than clarity about food.

Putin Defiant In Speech In Face Of Sanctions, Economic Woes

The Russian president said in his state of the union speech that the "difficulties" his country faces "also create new possibilities." He accused the West of trying to break up Russia.

Al-Qaida Branch In Yemen Threatens To Kill Hostage

The man in the video says he's a British-born American citizen, who was kidnapped in Sanaa in September. A militant on video says the U.S. has three days meet unspecified demands.

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