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Watch Video This is it! Bigger than King James returning home to Cleveland! Bigger than the demand to see the final "Hunger Games" movie!

Spain's New 'Google Tax' Makes News Feeds Pay For Links


Watch Video The latest salvo in the stormy relationship between the European Union and Google is coming from Spain, where lawmakers approved new intellectual property rules Thursday which would force Google and other content aggregators to pay a fee for using Spanish news sites.  The law, which made it through the country's lower chamber of Congress back in July, requires news feeds to pay for publishing links to their site — links which often include headlines, images, and text snippets.

Drive-By Shooting Of Israeli Activist Puts Jerusalem On Edge


Watch Video The attempted assassination of a prominent right-wing Israeli activist in Jerusalem Wednesday night has led to the closure of one of the city's most holy places.  A gunman on a motorcycle shot U.S.-born activist Yehuda Glick at the end of a conference about the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Holy City.

Burkina Faso's Parliament Burned As President Faces Ouster


Watch Video Protests in Burkina Faso's capital appear to have come to a head, as demonstrators set fire to the parliament building.  They're angry over President Blaise Compaore's attempt to lengthen his stint in power by proposing a change to the constitution, which would allow him to run for a fifth term.

As Ebola Outbreak In Liberia Slows, WHO Stresses Caution


Watch Video After announcing the total number of confirmed Ebola cases surpassed 13,000, the World Health Organization had some good news on Wednesday for the region worst afflicted with the deadly disease.

Malala Yousafzai Donates $50,000 Prize To Rebuilding Schools


Watch Video Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai is continuing to prioritize education. She just donated $50,000 towards reconstructing schools in Gaza.

Sri Lanka Steps Up Mudslide Rescue Efforts As More Rain Hits


Watch Video The government of Sri Lanka is stepping up rescue efforts after a massive mudslide killed at least 10 people, with about 150 still missing in a town in the southern part of the island country.

Unmanned Antares Rocket Explodes Upon Liftoff


Watch Video The NASA launch of Orbital Sciences’ unmanned Antares spacecraft suffered a catastrophe Tuesday, exploding only six seconds after liftoff.

ISIS: Stalled On The Battlefield But Evolving Online


Watch Video Like clockwork, ISIS released video of beheadings. Four Western hostages, one after the other, every two weeks or so.

How America Is Both Threatening And Helping African Lions


Watch Video The African lion is in danger of extinction in the foreseeable future.  That's according to a press release from the U.S.

Finally, A Plausible Explanation For Kim Jong-Un's Absence


Watch Video We may finally have an explanation for Kim Jong-un’s mysterious 6-week-long absence from the public eye.

Rob Ford Trades Mayor's Office For Council Seat


Watch Video Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford may have given up his shot at reclaiming the mayoral title, but he's not leaving the council chambers just yet.

Harry Potter Hotel Rooms Are More Proof HP Is Going Nowhere


Watch Video Accio awesome vacation! That's us summoning a trip to this hotel in London, where the Georgian House Hotel features special Harry Potter-themed rooms.  "Hogwarts Castle will not only be your home this year, but home to some very special guests as well." (Video via Warner Bros.

Pistorius Prosecutors To Appeal, Think Judge Made A Mistake


Watch Video The seven-month legal battle over the trial and sentencing of Oscar Pistorius for the killing of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp apparently isn't over.

Nobel Laureates Ask President To Declassify Torture Report


Watch Video Calls for President Obama to release a high-profile report on torture during the Bush administration got a big boost from a group of Nobel laureates Sunday night.

Boko Haram Kidnaps More Children As Chibok Talks Continue


Watch Video Nigerian villagers and local leaders say militants in Boko Haram continued kidnapping children last week and into the weekend, all while negotiations continued to release the more than 200 Chibok girls abducted in the spring.

Israel Defies Critics With East Jerusalem Settlement Plans


Watch Video It’s a controversial policy critics say threatens an already fragile peace process. Israeli media are reporting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given the go-ahead for construction of 1,000 new housing units in parts of East Jerusalem.

Brazil Re-Elects Rousseff After Bitter Campaign


Watch Video Brazil's runoff presidential elections went down to the wire Sunday, but incumbent candidate Dilma Rousseff emerged victorious with 51 percent of the vote, securing herself another four-year term in office.

U.S., U.K. Hand Off Afghan Base, But Taliban Still A Threat


Watch Video On Sunday, the U.S. and British military coalition ended its formal mission in one of Afghanistan's most volatile regions, the Helmand province.

What Is An Ebola Quarantine, And Why All The Hubbub?


Watch Video Late last week, news broke of a mandatory quarantine for people traveling to New York, New Jersey or Illinois from areas affected by the Ebola outbreak.  FOX NEWS: "Requiring a mandatory 21-day quarantine for anyone, including healthcare workers, who have been in direct contact with Ebola patients in West Africa."   ​CNN: "This new development comes as New York City heath officials continue to urge calm as they look for anyone who has contact with Dr.


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