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  • U.S. soldier opens fire on Afghan civilians

     
    REPORTING FROM KABUL, AFGHANISTAN -- A U.S. soldier went on a shooting rampage outside Kandahar city early Sunday, causing an unknown number of deaths and injuries, Afghan officials and the Western military said. 5:49 a.m. update: U.S. serviceman kills 16...
  • Werner Herzog’s “On Death Row” for ID explores humanity’s despair

     
    The name Werner Herzog conjures so much awe and mythology that it's almost hard to believe he has a four-part series on Investigation Discovery. But then you find out that the series is called On Death Row and is a companion to his recent film, Into the...
  • Bill O'Reilly returns to 'The View,' but everyone behaves

     
    Bill O'Reilly returned to "The View" on Thursday, the scene of a heated debate in 2010 that resulted in "View" hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg walking off the program. This time, everyone remained seated....
  • Suicide bomber tries to attack U.S. base in Afghanistan

     
    Reflecting continuing tensions over the burning of Korans at Bagram air base, a suicide bomber tried Monday to breach an outer gate of the giant U.S.-run installation north of Afghanistan's capital....
  • Civil rights group alleges discrimination against Muslim cab drivers

     
    The Florida chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said Tuesday it was filing a discrimination lawsuit against Star Taxi in Orlando on behalf of eight Muslim employees who claim they were denied the right to pray by the  cab company. The...
  • Egyptians mourn Pope Shenouda III at 'difficult' time for Copts

     
    Millions of Coptic Christians turned out across Egypt on Sunday to mourn Pope Shenouda III and reflect on sharpening sectarian tensions faced by Christians as Islamists have risen to political power following last year's overthrow of former President...
  • French slaying suspect had criminal past in Afghanistan, official says

     
    s French police remain locked in a standoff with a man wanted in connection with the shooting deaths of seven people, including soldiers and Jewish schoolchildren, new information emerged about the suspected killer....
  • Panetta visits Afghainstan in wake of shooting rampage

     
    REPORTING FROM CAMP BASTION, AFGHANISTAN -- Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta arrived in southern Afghanistan on Wednesday in the aftermath of a shooting rampage blamed on an American soldier that has shaken the U.S-led war effort. Panetta's long-...
  • Survey of prison chaplains finds religion critical to rehabilitation

     
    According to “Religion in Prisons: A 50-State Survey of Prison Chaplains,” a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life, state prison chaplains consider religious counseling and other religion-based...
  • Arabs, Muslims and the 2012 election forum at UCF on March 18

     
    A town hall meeting on issues important in the 2012 election to Arab and Muslim Americans will be held Sunday March 18, from 2 p.m.- 4 p.m., at the Psychology Building, Room 108, at the University of Central Florida. Held in conjunction with the UCF...
  • Iraq rocked by bombings and shootings; at least 46 dead

     
    A series of explosions and shootings struck Tuesday across Iraq, leaving scores dead and injured a week before a major Arab summit in Baghdad aimed at showcasing the nation’s stability after the U.S. military withdrawal....