Australian minister apologizes for submarine firm canoe remark
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's defense minister on Wednesday apologized after saying he would not trust the government-owned submarine firm "to build a canoe", comments that fueled expectations that most work in a A$40 billion ($34 billion) program will go offshore.






Eight killed at graduation party in shooting in El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Suspected gang members in El Salvador shot dead seven men and a woman early on Tuesday during a middle school graduation party in Pacific seaport town of Acajutla, police said.

Beyonce Brings the Sexy in New 'Haunted' Music Video
She back at it again! Beyonce, 33, debuted her new video for "Haunted" and it's everything you'd expect from the queen of pop.

Videos show nationwide protests over Ferguson decision Monday night
Witnesses shot many videos of the protests that erupted across the country Monday night after a grand jury decided not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.

Secretive fish caught on camera
Researchers finally film the Black Seadevil, 1,900 feet deep.

US Army may station tanks in Eastern Europe: general

The first US troops arrive at the airport in Swidwin, Poland on April 23, 2014The US Army plans to deploy about 150 tanks and armored vehicles to NATO countries next year and some of the heavy armor may be stationed in Eastern Europe, a top American general said Tuesday. The move is part of a US effort dubbed "Operation Atlantic Resolve" in the Baltic states and Poland to reassure allies anxious about a resurgent Russia, with American troops deploying for several months at a time to conduct joint exercises. Nearly 50 armored vehicles are already in place and another 100 M1 Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles will be "pre-positioned" in Germany and possibly elsewhere for the US troops conducting drills with NATO partners, Lieutenant General Ben Hodges told AFP in a phone interview from Estonia.


Obama heckled over immigration policies in Chicago appearance

U.S. President Obama talks about immigration reform in ChicagoBy Steve Holland CHICAGO (Reuters) - President Barack Obama was interrupted several times by hecklers during a speech on his immigration policy on Tuesday, and their complaint was that his plan did not go far enough in protecting illegal immigrants from deportation. At least four hecklers, all of them women, yelled at the president at the Copernicus Center where he had gone to promote his go-it-alone immigration plan that will remove the threat of deportation for up to 4.7 million illegal immigrants. ...


Amputee shows off two new arms
A 40-year-old quad amputee was all thank you's at a news conference Tuesday at a Boston-area hospital as he showed off his two new arm transplants.

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