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A small plane carrying nine people crashed into the water off the Hawaiian island of Molokai, killing the director of the state Department of Health, officials said.
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16 hrs ago | Indymedia.ie
At a time when the Government is advancing the ridiculous proposition that the Irish State is "regaining its economic sovereignty" by leaving the Eurozone bailout, sensible people will be more concerned at the possibility of a Cypriot-style "bail-in" for the Irish banks, entailing confiscation of customer deposits over 100,000, as the euro-currency ... (more)
Hurricanes don't need amps, and neither do the Scorpions . The venerable German rock band is unplugging for its next release, a CD/DVD package of its recent 'MTV Unplugged' appearance.
The Australian dollar has dropped back amid growing expectations that the US Federal Reserve could begin tapering its economic stimulus program as early as next week.
The missing heart of a dead Marine from Chester County, Pa., is at the center of an international mystery that threatens to entangle two governments in a Philadelphia court battle.
StealthGas Inc. announced today that Harry Charogiannis, who joined the Company as Chief Financial Officer in September 2013, has resigned to pursue other employment opportunities.
Archival photos show how Vancouverites of yesteryear weren't much better prepared for snow than they are today.
Brian LaLoup committed suicide in Athens, Greece, in August 2012. His family says his heart was removed from his body during an illegal autopsy and the military never told them.
China's November exports accelerated but imports weakened in a possible sign an economic recovery is slowing.
On The Cover: Ben Lewis gets his blood pumping in Athens, Greece with a wild opposite pegs to gap out over the steps.
A homeless person sleeps inside a box in Athens, Friday, Dec. 6, 2013. The Greek government is struggling to finalize a new agreement with international lenders needed to receive continued rescue loan payments.
Riot policemen stand under a sculpture in front of the University, during a protest commemorating the killing of a 15-year old student in 2008, in Athens, on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.