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Wisconsin-Temple-Shooting (will update)
The gunman in the Wisconsin Sikh temple tragedy died from a self-inflicted wound to the head and not from a shot by a responding officer, the FBI said Wednesday.
Libya's National Transitional Council handed over power Wednesday to the General National Congress, the national assembly formed by last month's elections.
Syria-Unrest (will update)
The Syrian government and rebel groups on Wednesday offered opposing accounts about who controls the volatile neighborhood of Salaheddine in the city of Aleppo.
Philippines-Floods (will update)
Millions of people in the Philippines suffered further torrential rains Wednesday, as deadly floods claimed several more lives and kept many people from returning to their deluged homes. Forecasters say still more rain is on the way, fueled by seasonal monsoon rains and a nearby tropical storm, but it should start to ease soon.
Antarctica-US-Emergency (will update)
An Australian team was flying Thursday to the largest research station in Antarctica to conduct a medical evacuation, officials said.
Tropical-Weather (will update)
Ernesto was heading back out over water and is expected to become a hurricane before crashing into the Mexican coast a second time Thursday
SPORT-Olympic-Day-Wrap (will update)
It was a golden day for the US with three wins at Olympic Stadium in athletics and a victory -- their last one -- for Kerri Walsh and the retiring Misty May-Treanor in beach volleyball. Americans were also doing well in the decathlon where Ashton Eaton and Trey Hardee were 1-2 after Day 1.
Here are five things to watch at the Olympics on Thursday:
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a $1 million civil penalty against a regional airline for allegedly using improper rivets on cockpit doors, saying the rivets could have damaged wiring and other aircraft components.
POL-Obama-Boy-Scouts (will update)
A White House spokesman said Wednesday that President Barack Obama disagrees with a ban on gays in the Boy Scouts, despite serving as that organization's honorary president.
A federal review cited poor judgment by a security guard, who found a bag outside a government building in Detroit last year and stashed it under a desk where it remained for weeks with neither the officer nor anyone else aware that it contained a bomb.