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File photo of a rhinoceros. (Cameron Spencer, Getty Images) South Africans indicted in US on illegal hunts

Two South African brothers have been indicted in Alabama on charges accusing them of conspiracy to sell illegal rhinoceros hunts in Africa, money laundering and trafficking in rhino horns.

Border deaths drop to 15-year low

Updated: 10/23/2014 1:22:52 PM

Undocumented Mexican immigrants walk through the Sonoran Desert after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border border on January 19, 2011 into the Tohono O'odham Nation, Arizona. The immigrants said they had wandered the desert lost for a week after crossing from Mexico into the vast Indian reservation at night. Exhausted, they requested the Border Patrol to pick them up and take them to the U.S.-Mexico border, from where they would return to their homes in the Mexican state of Sonora. They had come, they said, to reach Phoenix and find work in construction or landscaping. All said they had worked in Arizona before. (John Moore, Getty Images)
Feb. 20 sentencing set for former Va. first lady

Updated: 10/23/2014 12:51:10 PM

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US airline profits soar as fuel costs ease

Updated: 10/23/2014 12:18:17 PM

American Airline planes are seen on the tarmac at the Miami International Airport on September 18, 2012 in Miami, Florida.  (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)
Ex-Mountie hero of shootout at Canada's Parliament

Updated: 10/23/2014 11:55:03 AM

OTTAWA, CANADA - OCTOBER 23:  In this handout photo provided by the PMO, Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) and all Members of Parliament applaud Kevin Vickers, sergeant-at-arms, during the reopening of Parliament on October 23, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. The gunman, identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, was shot and killed by Kevin Vickers while still inside the Parliament building.  (Photo by Jason Ransom/PMO via Getty Images) (Handout, 2014 PMO)
Swiss scientists determine comet's 'perfume'

Updated: 10/23/2014 10:55:24 AM

This artist's impression shows the deep impact spacecraft as it fires an impactor into comet Temple 1. (NASA)

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Pennsylvania man in trouble for painting Main St
Some people paint the town. A western Pennsylvania man just painted a little stretch of Main Street, and now he's in trouble for it.
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Bank robber who bummed cigarette faces sentencing
A bank robber who stopped during his escape to bum a cigarette off a construction worker was set to be sentenced by a federal judge in Pittsburgh.
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Princeton prof accused of theft to tutor students
The Princeton University professor accused of stealing 21 lawn signs belonging to a computer repair business will tutor students in exchange for the charges being dismissed.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, September 2007. (Jemal Countess, Getty Images)
Canada PM visits Ottawa memorial in shooting aftermath
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has visited his country's National War Memorial in Ottawa, where a soldier was killed yesterday by a gunman who then stormed the nearby Parliament.
The for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges, with 72,000 students, is under financial observation from the federal Education Department.  (Joe Raedle, Getty Images)
Fake classes reported at UNC
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — A report by a former Justice Department official finds that about 3,100 students attended fake classes at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill over nearly two decades, about half of them athletes.
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Ice cream truck hits child, crowd attacks driver
Police say an ice cream truck hit a child riding a bike in South Los Angeles and nearby residents then turned on the driver.
The White House in Washington, D.C. (File) (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
Accused WH fence jumper charged with felonies
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Maryland man the Secret Service says climbed over the White House fence last night is now charged with felonies for assaulting a police dog and making threats.
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Maine man's ashes being launched into space
The ashes of a Maine man that have been scattered all over the world by strangers who connected with his mother on social media are now being launched into space.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks at a news conference, October 15, 2008 in Calgary, Canada (Mike Ridewood, Getty Images)
PM: Canada not intimidated by attacks
Canada's prime minister says the killing of a soldier standing guard at an Ottawa war memorial and another deadly attack two days earlier won't intimidate the nation, which is part of the anti-Islamic State group coalition.
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Canadian police concede there is 1 gunman in Ottawa attack
Canadian police now concede there was just one gunman in the Ottawa attack.

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