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  • Amateur Sailers Embark on 40,000-Mile Yacht Race - Around 700 sailors — including many amateurs — will face wild weather hazards during the year-long trip across the world's most treacherous seas.


    Mother Drowned Twin Sons in Bathtub: Cops - Mireya Alejandra Lopez, a 22-year-old mother from Avondale, Arizona, has admitted intentionally drowning her twin toddlers in a bathtub, police said.


    Remnants of Deadly Erika Threaten Flash Floods - Flood warnings were issued across most of Florida as the aftermath of Tropical Storm Erika was set to bring at least five inches of rain.


    Poison Sprayed in Class? Dozens of Afghan Girls Fall Ill - Nearly 1000 Afghan schoolgirls fell sick, prompting officials in the western city of Herat to investigate whether they were poisoned by militants.


    Driver Takes Selfie, Crashes Into Tree: Cops - Police in Maine issued a distracted driving summons to a man they say crashed into a tree while taking a "selfie" with his passengers.


    How the Truck Refugees Met Their End - Forensic examiners in Vienna have performed autopsies on 16 of the 71 bodies, police said Sunday. Initial tests indicated they had suffocated.


    Suspect in Deputy's Slaying Was Shopping: Mom - Shannon Jaruay Miles was shopping elsewhere when Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Darren Goforth was gunned down Friday night, his mother says.


    Planes Collide While Taxiing at Airport - A minor collision between two airplanes Sunday night at Oakland International Airport damaged at least one wing tip.


  • Mount McKinley, America's Tallest Mountain, Renamed - For more than a century, the continent's tallest mountain was named after the 25th U.S. president. Now, it's officially being changed it to Denali.


    Family of Fallen Braves Fan: 'He Was Doing One of His Favorite Things' - "The night Greg passed away, he was doing one of his favorite things — watching the Braves," Gregory Murrey's family said in a statement.


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