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Obama's delay on ISIS strategy leads to strange bedfellows
New twist in debate over how U.S. should respond to ISIS: traditional party lines starting to disintegrate
Apple to turn iPhone 6 into digital wallet, reports say
Apple has reportedly reached deals with major credit card companies and will equip new iPhone with mobile payment system
Beslan: Three Days in September
Julia Roberts narrates the gripping account of the hostage crisis 10 years ago in a small Russian town where Chechen terrorists seized a school and killed over 330 innocent people
How to live to be 100
In 1975, Morley Safer visited the lush valleys of Abkhazia where residents routinely lived to 100 - without giving up wine, meat, or cigarettes
Violent single-car wreck kills 6 in Dallas
Officials say speed a likely factor in deadly accident that killed 6, including some children
Dozens of celebrities hacked, nude photos leaked
Pictures of Jennifer Lawrence, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kate Upton were allegedly taken from a cloud-based storage system online
Tornado in Massachusetts, lightning strike in NYC: Severe weather hits Northeast
Severe thunderstorms, hail and other extreme conditions affect people from Kansas to Pennsylvania
Fall movies 2014
Find out what to see in the upcoming movie season
NATO preparing high-readiness force to counter Russia
Even though Moscow-backed rebels lowered peace talk demands in Ukraine, Russia's aggression there has made Europe ready itself for worse
New volcanic eruption in Iceland blasts lava high into the air
A new volcanic eruption in southeast Iceland on Sunday was 50 times more powerful than Friday's
Can you train your brain to like broccoli?
A new study suggests the brain can be rewired to prefer healthy foods
One weapon against ISIS brutality emerges in Arab world: Satire
From "Looney Tunes"-style cartoons to even jokes about mass executions, Arab public expresses their dislike for militant extremists with humor
The world of Native Americans through the lens
Horace Poolaw's photographs from Oklahoma in the mid-20th century show a culture in tranisition; embracing, poking fun at and challenging ideas of what it means to be an American Indian
Fearing invasion, the U.S. once trained Alaskans as "stay-behind agents"
A Soviet takeover of Alaska seemed like such a possibility in the 1950s, federal agents created a top-secret program there called "Washtub"
You can never have enough toilet paper in Japan
New government campaign encouraging people to stockpile toilet paper, because half of country's supply comes from earthquake-prone areas
2 teens in serious condition after fall from Texas carnival ride
Emergency dispatchers said the pair fell more than 12 feet from the ride, and another person had to be rescued
Burning Man 2014
Images from the outdoor art festival in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada
Bundy son pulls kids from school over pocket knife
Ryan Bundy calls barring pocket knives on school grounds a violation of rights and evidence of a "communistic mentality"
Pregnant NY woman shot to death in car
Suffolk County police say they responded to a call of gunshots Saturday night and found Milagro G. Canjura unresponsive outside her home in Bay Shore on Long Island
7 things you must do before the second "I do"
Wedded love the second time around is a lot more complicated, at least when it comes to finances