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Family of woman beaten by California patrol officer plans to sue

The family of a 51-year-old woman shown in a video being repeatedly punched by a California Highway Patrol officer says they plan to sue the agency.

At least 1 killed as strong quake shakes Mexico, Guatemala

At least one person was killed as a 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck Monday morning in southern Mexico's Chiapas state near the border with Guatemala, authorities in Chiapas said.

Child found chained in TN shed

Six children are in protective custody after a young boy was found chained in a backyard shed behind his Memphis, Tennessee home.

Washington teen vanishes

Anji Dean's family can't believe no one has seen or heard from her since her disappearance on June 23rd.

New TSA policy: No power, no flight

International travelers coming to the U.S. may need to have their electronic devices powered up before they catch their next flight.

New study rates states in beer consumption

It appears in some states, beer consumption is about as American as apple pie.

Americans' baby photos and resumes among NSA spy haul

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Heaps of baby photos, fitness selfies, medical records and resumes are among thousands of private communications scooped up and stored by NSA spy programs.

Americans' baby photos and resumes among NSA spy haul

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Heaps of baby photos, fitness selfies, medical records and resumes are among thousands of private communications scooped up and stored by NSA spy programs.

Electronics to be scrutinized under new TSA security measures

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday that officers may ask passengers en route to the United States from overseas to turn on their electronic devices to prove they work and aren't explosive devices.

U.S. Marine 'optimistic' he'll soon be released from Mexican prison

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Electronics to be scrutinized under new TSA security measures

The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday that officers may ask passengers en route to the United States from overseas to turn on their electronic devices to prove they work and aren't explosive devices.

Official: 4 die, a dozen injured in post-fireworks boat crash off Miami

An Independence Day celebration ended in tragedy when three boats collided near a Miami marina, killing four people and injuring as many as a dozen more, authorities said.

Relatives accuse Israeli forces of attacking, detaining U.S. teen

(CNN) -- A Florida resident and cousin of a Palestinian teenager killed in Jerusalem this week is the young man seen in separate videos being held down and pummeled by men in the uniform of Israeli security forces, relatives said.

Death toll rises to 6 in car bombing at Somali Parliament building

MOGADISHU, Somalia (CNN) -- A terrorist attack at the national Parliament building in the Somali capital killed six people and injured 12 more Saturday, authorities said.

'90s R&B star faces murder charges in wife's death

Former Hi-Five R&B singer Russell Neal is in custody after turning himself in to police on July 2, saying his wife was dead in their Houston apartment.