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Wall Street 'flooded' by climate protesters
At least 100 arrested as 3,000 protesters "Flood Wall Street" in opposition to capitalism's role in climate change.
Court hears that Omar Gonzalez stockpiled ammunition, and was previously stopped with rifle and map marking White House.
The robotic explorer, which was launched last November from Florida, enters orbit around Mars for conducting studies.
An estimated 500,000 rally around the globe ahead of UN summit to demand urgent action on climate change.
US Secretary of State says there is role for nearly all countries in the fight against the self-declared jihadist group.
Chinese e-commerce firm's debut as publicly traded company on NYSE sees its stock rising nearly 40 percent on first day.
Adel Abdul Bary pleads guilty in case involving 1998 bombings in Tanzania and Kenya that killed 224 people.
US president to send 3,000 military personnel to West Africa for mission that will include training of health workers.
Authorities say they have been forced to hold prisoners in playgrounds because of overcrowding at local jails.
Citing health concerns, Toronto's controversial Mayor Rob Ford, steps down while his brother submits bid to run.
Internet giant says it was threatened with fine of $250,000 a day in 2008 if it did not surrender online information.
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