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Wearing a shirt of her own design, Linda Currie, of Berkeley, prepares to depart aboard the Climate Train in Emeryville, Calif., on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014.
The Sudanese woman imprisoned for refusing to reject Christianity said in a televised interview airing Monday night that she was resolved to keep her faith even if it meant death. Meriam Ibrahim, who now lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, was sentenced to death over charges of apostasy, the abandonment of a religion.
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe, who has been searching for the owner of a wedding photograph found at Ground Zero thirteen years ago, was finally able to meet the owner of the photograph on Fox & Friends Monday morning. Last Thursday night the photo went viral, which is something that had never happened before.
A Utah doctor convicted of killing his wife was sentenced Monday to one to 15 years in prison in a separate sexual abuse case. "He destroyed my world and created a living nightmare in its place," the Deseret News reported .
This CD cover image released by Interscope Records shows "Songs of Innocence," by U2. U2's latest album was given away for free to iTunes users at Apple's unveiling event in Cupertino, Calif.
Twenty couples gathered Sunday in St. Peter's Basilica to say "I do" with Catholic Church leader Pope Francis presiding over the nuptials. But as CBS News correspondent Don Dahler reports, the ceremony raised some eyebrows because, according to the church, some of the couples Pope Francis wed were technically living in sin.
A man wanted for an armed bank robbery in New York eluded authorities for four years until they caught up with him while he played at an ultimate Frisbee tournament in Oregon. KVAL-TV News says police in Eugene, Ore., arrested Jahson Marryshow around 5 p.m. Sunday.
Odds and ends: Nudist resort accused of stealing water Officials in Northern California are accusing a nudist resort of stealing water during the state's historic drought. Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1tX6mNJ California is coping with a water shortage, but the operators of a nudist camp say skinny-dipping must go on.
The band - featuring lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Tim McIlrath, lead guitarist Zach Blair, bassist Joe Principe and drummer Brandon Barnes - released its seventh studio album, “The Black Market” , in July and is on the road, heading to The Wiltern in Los Angeles for concerts Tuesday and Wednesday. The band will headline the shows, supported by Touche Amore and Radkey.
The one-night-only event on Monday in NYC stars Sting, Patty LuPone and "Orange Is the New Black's" Laverne Cox Sting , Patty LuPone and Orange Is the New Black's Laverne Cox are taking over New York City's Gershwin Theatre on Monday night for Uprising of Love: A Benefit Concert for Global Equality , a one-night-only benefit concert penned by Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black to support the LGBTI-community efforts of United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and the UN's Free & Equal campaign.
West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude declined for a second day as China's industrial output expanded at the weakest pace since the global financial crisis. Futures slid as much as 1.8 percent in New York as Brent in London was poised for the lowest close in more than two years.
The roar of a plane above Lower Manhattan. The rise of a pristine tower where ruins once smoldered.
This may come as a surprise to some knowing the recent feuding between 50 Cent and Slowbucks via the infamous stomping out and chain-snatching incident at this year's Hot 97 Summer Jam in New York. It had been rumored that a picture Slowbucks took with 50 Cent's son and other former G-Unit affiliate Trav caused the June 1 altercation, however he later refuted those claims .
Law enforcement officials in eastern Pennsylvania remain on high alert as the search continues for the shooter in a deadly ambush on a state police barracks in the Pocono Mountains. Officers from throughout the region, including New York and New Jersey are looking for the killer.
Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Mount Pleasant and & Valhalla last week: Raymond Anderson, a 25-year-old Yonkers resident, was arrested and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs by New York State Police in Hawthorne. Ten Westchester County schools were named to Newsweek's top 500 schools recently.
Rebutting international criticism of its human rights situation, North Korea on Saturday issued its own assessment of the country's policies that "guarantee genuine rights of the people," its state media said. The "all-inclusive" report written by the country's Association for Human Rights Studies "reflects the characteristics of the socialist system, human rights policy pursued in North Korea and its actual human rights performance," according to the North's Korean Central News Agency .
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 03:45 am
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