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Alabama-University-Shooting (Will update)
Three people were killed late Saturday and three others were injured in a shooting in Auburn, Alabama, in an off-campus apartment complex near Auburn University, authorities said Sunday.
France-Elections (Will update)
French voters casted ballots Sunday to decide whether to give new President Francois Hollande's Socialist Party a majority in parliamentary elections.
Syria-Unrest (Will update)
A central Syrian opposition group named a new leader Sunday and vowed new efforts to end the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
Colorado-Fires (Will update)
A raging wildfire that swelled within a day to 8,000 acres in northern Colorado, burning structures and forcing evacuations, will likely grow Sunday, fire officials said.
The average price of gasoline has dropped 16 cents a gallon over the past few weeks, and could fall a bit further in the coming weeks, the publisher of a new survey said Sunday.
Demonstrations and rallies are planned in Mexico City's largest plaza Sunday, billed as part of the "Mexican Spring."
Coverage of the 66th annual Tony Awards
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US-Grief-Camp-Military-Teens -- By Chelsea J. Carter
Jordan Turner looks down at the scrap paper on the table in front of him. The instructions sound simple enough: On one side, write a negative word associated with grief; on the other, a positive word. Words have always come easily to the lanky 15-year-old, who hours earlier walked into a Washington-area hotel conference room full of unfamiliar faces and easily fell into conversation with teens and adults alike. "Where are you from?" asks one teen. Tacoma, Washington, he says. "You been here before?" another asks. No. This is my first time. Nobody asks Jordan the next question, the one that would explain why he's in this room with more than two dozen teens about his age. Nobody has to ask. They all know. Not the details, necessarily. But they know the reason: Somebody in the military -- a father, a mother, a brother or a sister -- is dead.
Three people died in clashes Sunday with police in Jos, Nigeria, hours after a car bomb killed five people during services at a church nearby.
A credit line of up to €100 billion ($125 billion) for Spain's troubled banks has rescued the credibility of the euro, the country's prime minister Mariano Rajoy said Sunday.