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Justice Department Wants Workers To Carry Heroin Antidote

              In this Feb. 14, 2012 photo, a Pakistani drug addict turns around holding a needle and syringe after injecting himself with a dose of heroin in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. The flourishing opium production in Afghanistan has resulted in more than 4 million addicts in Pakistan. Some of the youngest end up in mud-walled rooms being drilled in extreme Muslim doctrine by the Taliban who roam relatively freely in Peshawar. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

U.S. law enforcement agents who deal with heroin addicts may begin carrying the drug naloxone to reverse overdoses, the Justice Department said on Thursday, responding to a surge in heroin use in the United States.

Kiev: Pro-Russian Rebels Shoot Down Two Ukrainian Fighter Jets

7:59 AM 07/23/2014

KIEV (Reuters) - Pro-Russian rebels have shot down two Ukrainian fighter jets, a spokesman for Ukraine's military operations said on Wednesday.

Obama Says There’s More Than One ‘Authentic Way Of Being Black’

4:49 PM 07/21/2014

President Barack Obama told a group of young black, Hispanic, Native American and Asian men on Monday that they need be proud of their backgrounds and draw strength from their cultures, but ignore people who accuse them of "acting white."

Bodies Rained Down On Ukraine Village After Plane Disaster

9:03 AM 07/18/2014

By Anton Zverev

Wisconsin Man Accused Of Hiding Bodies In Suitcases

6:37 PM 07/17/2014

By Brendan O'Brien

Germany Tops FIFA World Rankings

10:28 AM 07/17/2014

(Reuters) -- Germany's World Cup triumph has seen them rise to the top of the world rankings for the first time in 20 years, FIFA announced on Thursday.

The Next Captain America Will Be Black

6:13 AM 07/17/2014

By Steve Gorman

Suspect And Hostage Die In Police Shootout With California Bank Robbers

11:30 PM 07/16/2014

By Daniel Wallis

How Much Do US Brokers Make?

6:17 PM 07/15/2014

By Jed Horowitz

How Tiger Woods Responded To His Back Surgery

8:43 AM 07/15/2014

By Tony Jimenez

Cespedes Defends Home Run Derby Title

1:05 AM 07/15/2014

(Reuters) - Oakland Athletics slugger Yoenis Cespedes brushed off the Minneapolis rain and worked his way through a revamped format to become only the second player to successfully defend baseball's Home Run Derby title on Monday.

Governor Vetoes Bill Allowing Schools To Designate Armed Officers

8:57 PM 07/14/2014

By Brendan O'Brien

George W. Bush Gets Knees Replaced

11:43 AM 07/14/2014

Former U.S. President George W. Bush has undergone surgery for a partial replacement of his left knee, six weeks after having a similar procedure on his right knee, his spokesman said on Monday.

Former POW Bergdahl Set To Return To US Army Active Duty

11:10 AM 07/14/2014

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is transitioning to regular active duty status, having completed therapy and counseling following his return from captivity in Afghanistan, the Defense Department said on Monday.

Bull Gores Two Men In Closing Pamplona Run

9:59 AM 07/14/2014

PAMPLONA Spain (Reuters) - A bull gored three men after breaking away from the pack chasing crowds through the streets of Pamplona in the closing run of Spain's San Fermin festival on Monday.

Suspected Killer Of Six People To Appear In Texas Court

6:25 PM 07/11/2014

By Erwin Seba and Terry Wade

Obama’s 3.7 Billion Dollar Proposal Is Too High For Congress’s Approval

12:50 PM 07/11/2014

By David Lawder

US Intelligence Official Kicked Out Of Germany

5:04 PM 07/10/2014

By Madeline Chambers

Philadelphia Man Accused Of Being A Nazi

11:05 AM 07/10/2014

By Daniel Kelley