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Judge To Decide Honeymoon Murder Trial

Posted On December 07, 2014

(London) -- A British businessman on trial in South Africa for the murder of his wife in 2010 will find out this week if his case is to be thrown out of court. The judge is likely to give a decision following a request by his defense lawyers over a lack of reliable evidence. Natalie…

1,000,000 Flee Typhoon Hagupit In Philippines

Posted On December 07, 2014

(Manila) -- Two people are dead and over one-million people are being evacuated as a massive typhoon slams the Philippines. Typhoon Hagupit is tearing through the central portion of the island nation. Winds have ripped off tin roofs, downed trees and toppled power lines.

Hayden: CIA Torture Report Will Help Terrorists Recruit

Posted On December 07, 2014

(Orange County, CA) -- One of the top intelligence officials under President George W. Bush thinks a Senate report on CIA torture will hurt the agency and strengthen terrorist groups.   On CBS' "Face the Nation," former CIA Director Michael Hayden said only three people were ever waterboarded and the practice ended under his watch.…

Typhoon Hagupit Strikes Eastern Philippines

Posted On December 06, 2014

(Manila) -- A massive typhoon is lashing the Philippines with heavy rains and strong winds. Typhoon Hagupit hit the eastern portion of the island nation with 120 mile-per-hour winds that ripped off tin roofs, downed trees and toppled power lines. More than a half million people had already fled to shelters by the time the…

U.S. Hostage Killed In Rescue Attempt

Posted On December 06, 2014

(Undated) -- An American journalist is dead after being killed in Yemen during an attempted rescue by U.S. special forces. Secretary of State John Kerry says Luke Somers was shot by his al-Qaeda kidnappers just as a rescue attempt was getting underway. Somers was killed along with a South African teacher also being held captive…