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Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures


 

Brother, can you spare a job?

After losing his job last year, Paul Nawrocki took to the streets wearing a sandwich board touting his experience

New York terror plot foiled

Four men arrested after planting what they thought were explosives near a New York synagogue and community center and plotting to shoot down a military plane were bent on carrying out a jihad against America.

Texas to allow concealed guns in schools

The Texas Senate has cleared a bill to allow the state's concealed handgun license holders to carry weapons into public college classrooms and dorms

Lightning lights up Seattle

Thunderstorms lit up the Seattle skyline Tuesday night. Lightning strikes were blamed for several power outages throughout the city.

Doctor drills into boy's brain to save him

A rural Australian doctor used a household drill to make a hole in a boy's skull to save him from potentially-fatal bleeding on the brain.

Iran tests advanced missile

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country test-fired a new advanced missile Wednesday with a range capable of reaching Israel and U.S. Mideast bases.

Dozens killed in Indonesian plane crash

A military plane crash in Indonesia has killed dozens. The plane was carrying 112 people when it went down. The cause of the plane crash remains under investigation.

Swine flu's steady spread

The virus continued its slow spread through New York City's schools and jails Tuesday as health authorities investigated whether the virus had killed a toddler.

Saving Spain's vultures

Jose Ramon Moragrega goes through the same daily routine -- feeding rabbits to vultures. His efforts are helping to sustain hundreds of the birds, whose existence is threatened by encroaching development.

Where's spring?

Most of the Prairies shivered through a miserable May long weekend, while further east Canadians basked in the sun's rays and warm temperatures

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