Former military head says it was quickly clear terrorists behind Benghazi consulate attack

The former head of U.S. forces in Africa, General Carter Ham, told the Aspen Security Forum that it quickly became clear the assault on the American consulate in Benghazi last year was a terrorist attack and not a spontaneous demonstration.

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Security frustrated, but pope all smiles as frenzied Brazilians swarm papal car in Rio

Pope Francis wants to ignite the passion of Roman Catholics for their faith while on his first international trip, and the boisterous, sometimes frenzied welcome he got on his first day in Rio seemed to fill those hopes.

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US, Commonwealth hail birth of Britain's royal baby

Commonwealth monarchies and the United States led the international congratulations to Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate on the birth of their first baby, a boy destined to become king.

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Domestic oil production on rise in Western states due to technology, private land production

North Dakota and Texas get all the press when it comes to America's domestic oil boom, but production is increasing dramatically in several other states in the American West.

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Md. woman who survived plunge off Bay Bridge after crash 'didn't want to go out that way'

A Maryland woman who survived a plunge off the Chesapeake Bay Bridge after a crash says she swam to safety after deciding she didn't want to die.

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