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Two St. Louis police officers shot and killed an armed suspect after he charged them while holding a knife, officials said in a statement issued early on Saturday.






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Britain is less than three weeks away from its closest general election for almost a quarter of a century.






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A look at where some of the survivors, heroes, politicians, and other key figures from the terrorist attack are now.






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Five Australian teenagers were arrested Saturday on suspicion of plotting an Islamic State group-inspired terrorist attack at a Veterans' Day ceremony.

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The massacre at a Kenyan college which left almost 150 people dead may be about to spark a full-fledged humanitarian crisis.






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John Davalos came face to face with a naked burglar in his Spring Valley apartment just after midnight on Friday.






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A sandstorm hits portions of northwest China, reducing visibility to less than 50 yards in some areas. The sand and dust is likely to stay in the Xinjiang region for a few more days.






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Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after a cartel leader was arrested.






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A. Alfred Taubman, the self-made billionaire whose philanthropy and business success was clouded by a criminal conviction, has died.






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At least 36 people were killed and more than 110 injured after a suicide attacker detonated near a crowd of Afghans waiting to withdraw their salaries.






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At least 36 people were killed and more than 110 injured after a suicide attacker detonated near a crowd of Afghans waiting to withdraw their salaries.






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Intense rains led to flash flooding in Houston, Texas on Friday night.






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The Kansas City-to-Denver flight was diverted to Colorado Springs during bad weather Friday, and passengers say they were kept waiting for hours.






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The explosion sparked several small fires, leaving three people critically injured with burns and eight people with minor injuries.






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"You must believe me," the reserve deputy said. "It can happen to anyone."






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Britt McHenry was suspended from ESPN for a week after a video showing her insulting the physical appearance and intelligence of a clerk was posted.

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The pilot and two passengers on board the twin-engine plane suffered minor injuries after the plane bound for Houston landed along U.S. 59.






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The land in Stratford, California, isn't sinking as it has in some towns, but business is drying up as the town is ravaged by an historic drought.






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A dozen people were injured when a tour bus collided with another tour bus and two trucks on a fog-blanketed stretch of a Colorado highway Friday.






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