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Canadian charged in webcam attack found guilty

TORONTO (AP) — A man accused of attacking a Chinese student in her Toronto apartment as her ex-boyfriend watched via webcam from China was convicted of first-degree murder Monday after jurors deliberated for four hours.... Read more...

Phoenix mom facing abuse charges pleads not guilty

Phoenix mom facing abuse charges pleads not guiltyPHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix woman who left her two young children in her vehicle during a job interview has pleaded not guilty at her arraignment.

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All big U.S. banks but one pass Fed's health test

By Emily Stephenson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. big banks have enough capital buffers to withstand a drastic economic downturn, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday, announcing that 29 out of 30 major banks met the minimum hurdle in its annual health check. All of the big banks except for Zions Bancorp stayed above the 5 percent requirement for top-tier capital in the latest round of stress tests. "While capital is certainly better than it has... Read more...

Time for Apple to Take a Bite Out of the Broadband Problem

Time for Apple to Take a Bite Out of the Broadband ProblemThere are many things to do with $159 billion, this is just one idea. An idea that helps the company and country.

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Screeners discover WWI artillery shells at O'Hare airport

Screeners discover WWI artillery shells at O'Hare airportCHICAGO (AP) — Baggage screeners at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport have discovered two World War I artillery shells in checked luggage that arrived on a flight from London.

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Turkey says Twitter 'biased', did nothing to stop 'character assassinations'

Turkey says Twitter 'biased', did nothing to stop 'character assassinations'By Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey said on Saturday that Twitter was "biased" and had been used for "systematic character assassinations" of Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's government, a day after Ankara's ban on the site prompted an international outcry. However, a senior Turkish government official later told Reuters that talks with the social media company on resolving problems which led to the block

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