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  • Koreas to square off in football title clash

    Hosts South Korea overpowered Thailand 2-0 on Tuesday to set up a titanic Asian Games soccer final against North Korea, whose star forward scored the winning goal then got himself sent off.

  • Iraqi weightlifter caught doping at Asiad

    An Iraqi weightlifter has failed a dope test for the second time in six years and was kicked out of the Asian Games on Tuesday, officials said.

  • World champs Japan worried by N. Korea final

    Women's World Cup holders Japan have scored 27 goals in five games but star striker Nahomi Kawasumi is still worried about their third straight Asian Games final against North Korea on Wednesday.

  • Govt urged to take tougher measures on customary forests

    Customary forest communities have urged the government to take measures to clarify firmly and clearly the legal status of customary forests.

  • EU supports capacity building in nuclear security

    The Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency (Bapeten) is hosting an EU-funded regional training course on radioactive security that brings together nuclear security specialists from countries in Southeast Asia and other regions across the world.  

  • SBY caves in, pledges to issue law annulling indirect elections

    After drawing a wave of ire for failing to defend democracy by allowing the passage of a law that scraps direct elections for local leaders, outgoing President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has finally given in to the pressure and has pledged to immediately annul the law.  

  • Indonesia needs more elementary school teachers, says PGRI

    Indonesia is in need of at least 400,000 more elementary school teachers in order to fulfill the need for educators in the regions, says the Indonesian Teachers Association (PGRI).

  • Council moves a step closer to approving Jokowi’s resignation

    Council speaker Prasetio Edi Marsudi said the City Council had approved president-elect and current Jakarta Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s resignation.

  • Rupiah strengthens to 12,122 per dollar at close

    The rupiah interbank trade rate in Jakarta appreciated by 47 basis points to Rp 12,122 per US dollar during Tuesday's closing session.

  • Malaysian gold medal winner expelled for doping

    Asian Games organizers on Tuesday expelled Malaysia's wushu gold medal-winner Tai Cheau Xuen after she became the third doping failure of the giant event.

  • India boxing team protests scoring at Asian Games

    India boxing official Sagarmal Dhayal says a formal protest has been lodged against the outcome of an Asian Games semifinal bout after judges awarded a unanimous decision to South Korea's Park Ji-na over L.Sarita Devi in the 60-kilogram division, prompting loud criticism from sections of the crowd and condemnation from a coach.

  • EU gives green light for new Airbus A350 plane to enter service

    EU authorities gave the green light Tuesday for Airbus's new long-haul A350 plane to enter service, opening the way for the first delivery of the next-generation aircraft to Qatar Airways.

  • Jong puts N. Korea into final, sees red

    Jong Il-gwan scored an extra-time winner to put North Korea into the Asian Games football final Tuesday but was sent off minutes later, ruling him out of the gold medal match.

  • Iran to help Lebanon army fight extremists

    Iran will supply the Lebanese army with military equipment to be used in fighting Muslim extremist groups, a visiting senior Iranian official said on Tuesday.

  • Fighting back

    Residents and cattle traders armed with bamboo sticks take on Public Order officers during a raid to dismantle a temporary cattle market on Jl. KH. Mas Mansyur, Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta, on Tuesday. The raid was called off due to resistance from residents and traders. The temporary cattle market was erected ahead of Idul Adha, the Islamic Day of Sacrifice. (Antara)

  • JCI declines 0.08% in trade closing

    The Jakarta Composite Index (JCI) closed on a negative note in Tuesday's final trading session, declining by 0.08 percent to finish at 5,137.57.

  • Jakarta officials questioned over bus procurement

    The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) questioned 14 high-ranking Jakarta administration officials in its investigation into alleged graft in the procurement of Transjakarta buses in the 2012 fiscal year on Tuesday.

  • Radical Islamists fail to understand philosophy of democracy: Expert

    A political expert says radical Islamic groups, which promote theocracy as an alternative political system to the “manipulative” secular political system, have failed to understand the basic philosophy of democracy as a system that does not accept absolutism claims and power manipulation by ruling elites.

  • Radical Islamists fail to understand philosophy of democracy: Expert

    A political expert says radical Islamic groups, which promote theocracy as an alternative political system to the “manipulative” secular political system, have failed to understand the basic philosophy of democracy as a system that does not accept absolutism claims and power manipulation by ruling elites.

  • Protestors dub SBY ‘Mr. Anti-Democracy’

    Dozens of individuals from the volunteer group Bara JP held a rally outside the Presidential Palace on Tuesday, protesting President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s failure to demand that the Democratic Party faction vote to keep the direct election of regional heads.

  • Japan pins Asian Games medals on runners

    Japan is pinning its hopes of leaving the Asian Games with 50 gold medals on its track stars — and the marathon could be their biggest prize.

  • Thai man gets death penalty for train rape, murder

    A former railway worker in Thailand was sentenced to death Tuesday for raping a 13-year-old girl on an overnight train, then killing her and throwing her body out the window, an attack that sparked outrage in the Southeast Asian nation and prompted calls for the execution of rapists.

  • Golden slumbers

    Student activists sleep in the shade of umbrellas, on a road near the government headquarters where pro-democracy activists have gathered and made camp, on Tuesday in Hong Kong. Students and activists, many of whom have been camped out since late Friday, spent a peaceful night singing as they blocked streets in Hong Kong in an unprecedented show of civil disobedience to push demands for genuine democratic reforms. (AP/Wong Maye-E)

  • China approves iPhone 6 after security assurances

    China's phone regulator said Tuesday it has approved Apple Inc.'s iPhone 6 for use on Chinese networks after the company promised never to allow other governments access to users' information. Apple said sales start Oct. 17.

  • The worst

    Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) employees wearing protective gear receives suspected victims of the Ebola virus in the triage section of MSF's Ebola isolation and treatment center in Monrovia, Liberia, on Monday. Six months into the world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak in West Africa authorities are desperately waiting for shipments of aid to help in the fight of this deadly disease. (AP/Jerome Delay)

  • The front line

    Kurdish Peshmerga fighters stand guard with their weapons as they patrol the front line with the Islamic State group near the Rashad Bridge, which connects the provinces of Salah al-Din and Kirkuk, 290 kilometers (180 miles) north of Baghdad, Iraq, on Monday. (AP/Hadi Mizban)

  • Australian police arrest 1 in counterterror raids

    One man was arrested in counterterrorism raids in the Australian city of Melbourne on Tuesday after police said he provided money to a U.S. citizen fighting alongside extremists in Syria.

  • Obama, Modi to put upbeat face on US-India ties

    President Barack Obama and India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, are trying to put an optimistic face on the future of relations between India and the United States, amid lingering concerns that the close ties the two democracies once enjoyed have lost their luster.

  • Hong Kong leader says Beijing won't back down

    Hong Kong's leader said China won't back down from its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub as pro-democracy protesters set a Wednesday deadline for a response from the government to meet their demands.

  • Chinese patriotism fuels cruises to disputed isles

    On a cruise more about politics than pleasure, Zhang Jing watched the gray shells of the Paracel Islands emerge from the purple, pre-dawn South China Sea.

  • Students sent on vacation due to haze

    The Jambi administration has let early childhood education program (PAUD) and kindergarten students off school as haze from forest fires blanketing the city has continued to worsen.

  • Sriwijaya Air adds Ambon-Ternate-Manado route

    Privately owned national carrier Sriwijaya Air will operate a new route in eastern Indonesia, Ambon-Manado via Ternate, starting from Oct.1

  • KPK grills Riau governor

    The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has questioned Riau governor Annas Maamun in its investigation into alleged graft surrounding the submission of revisions to 2014 Riau forest-conversion permits at the Forestry Ministry.

  • In pursuit of tuna: Fishermen spend over a year on the high seas

    People should not take tuna for granted. Changing weather patterns and declining fish stocks have pushed some tuna fishermen to spend over a year at sea before returning to land.

  • Volcanoes and sacred fish in Samoa

    It happened more than a century ago, but the stories passed down by ancestors are as vivid as the day when Mount Matavanu first came into existence.

  • Tifatul resigns from communication minister's post to become legislator

    Communications and Information Minister Tifatul Sembiring resigned from his post as of Tuesday to fulfill his duties as a newly elected member of the House of Representatives for the 2014-2019 term.

  • Guess what?: Denada jealous over husband’s job

    Singer Denada says she sometimes feels jealous when her husband, photographer Jerry Aurum, takes pictures of beautiful women.

  • Guess what?: Nafa enjoys Muay Thai

    Actress Nafa Urbach says she enjoys practicing Muay Thai as it reminds her of her childhood.

  • Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale offers widened scope

    A total of 72 artists — 40 of whom are Indonesians and 30 international — are taking part in the event, which runs until Oct. 13 at the Indonesian National Gallery on Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur in Central Jakarta.

  • S'pore condemns ISIS in strongest possible terms

    Singapore Foreign Minister K. Shanmugam has reiterated Singapore's strong stand against the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) at the United Nations General Assembly.

  • Yudhoyono vows to keep fighting for direct polls

    Outgoing Indonesia President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has vowed to continue fighting for local leaders to be directly elected even after he steps down on Oct 20, as doubts are raised over whether plans to overturn Parliament's vote on the matter will succeed.

  • Indonesian canoeists fail to make a splash

    Indonesia saw its medal hopes come to nothing on Monday, with the country’s athletes lagging far behind their Asian competitors in the canoeing and kayaking finals at the Hanam Misari Canoe Center.

  • Menara, Lions and Mavs win

    Menara, Senayan Lions and Mavecrics posted close victories in this weekend’s matches in the Apple Coal Jakarta Cricket Association (JCA) League 2014-2015 and, coincidently, all the three winning captains chipped in with important contributions.

  • Embracing the right technology for children

    With the right guidelines from parents, gadgets and apps can help kids develop knowledge and skills.

  • BWPT says low price for rights issue is normal practice

    Palm oil producer BW Plantation (BWPT) says the price of its shares — set low for a rights issue — is normal and is intended to attract investors to take part in the company’s offering.

  • Nam Cheong eyes 30% shares in BBR

    Malaysia-based Nam Cheong Ltd., looking to strengthen its stake in Indonesian waters, will invest up to US$30.7 million for the acquisition of 30 percent shares in Jakarta-listed shipping firm Pelayaran Nasional Bina Buana Raya (BBR) through a rights issue.

  • Freeport closes for a week after deadly accident

    All activities in the open-pit Grasberg mine operated by PT Freeport Indonesia have been halted for at least a week following a deadly accident over the weekend, according to an official.

  • Telkom aims for bigger remittance, e-money units

    State-owned telecommunication firm PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) expects to see a bigger contribution from its remittance and e-money business in the near future as the company enjoys a growing market in the two business lines.

  • Asian stocks mostly lower after US declines

    Asian stocks were mostly lower Tuesday after Wall Street's losses overnight and pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, a major financial center, added to worries about political risk.

  • Local airlines to boost int’l flights from Batam

    Malindo Air, a subsidiary of Indonesian budget airline Lion Air Group, has expressed its intention to open more international routes from the Hang Nadim International Airport in Batam following its recent debut flight to neighboring Malaysia from the airport.

  • OJK pushes for integrated financial services

    The Financial Services Authority (OJK) will push for the adoption of an integrated financial service that will give all people access to financial products.

  • KPPU opposes floor airfares plan, high price of avtur

    The Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) has reiterated its stance in opposing the floor pricing plan for airfares, saying it hampers the consumer’s right to cheap air tickets.

  • New plantation law limits foreign ownership

    The House of Representatives on Monday passed the plantation bill, which sets stricter rules on foreign ownership in the plantation sector so as to prioritize smaller local investors.

  • Comments: ‘LPDP scholarship should be reviewed’

    The House of Representatives is looking to review the Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) as members argued that the funds in the Rp 16 trillion (US$1.3 billion) scholarship program could instead be earmarked for more productive uses.

  • Issue of the day: SBY highlights policies on forest protection

    President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono presented four national forest protection policies to preserve nature and the climate during his speech at the UN Climate Summit on forests at the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) chamber at the UN Headquarters in New York City on Tuesday.

  • Text your say: Democratization setback

    Your comments on the walkout of Democratic Party legislators from the House of Representatives’ plenary session early Friday that put an end to the direct election of regional leaders as the majority of legislators, mobilized by the Red-and-White Coalition, preferred regional leaders be elected by the local legislative councils:

  • Facebook and the future

    Whether we like it or not, and “likes”, as you know, are massively important, Facebook will eventually envelope the world so that all of us will report to Mark Zuckerberg and his team in Silicon Valley. This will be a huge relief for the human race as it will mean the “great competition” for human attention is over, and we are now subservient to one master.

  • Your letters: Tourism in Aceh

    I and my wife have been travelling throughout Indonesia for more than 20 years now and there are still many places to explore. We love Indonesia!

  • Your letters: Warning for Jokowi

    President-elect Joko “Jokowi” Widodo now faces total war with no allies except the people — if they mobilize.

  • Obama hosts India's Modi for White House visit

    Once shunned by the United States, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi rode a wave of enthusiasm and popular support Monday to the White House, where he is kicking off a two-day visit with President Barack Obama. The two leaders sought to put a brave face on the relationship despite widespread concerns that U.S.-Indian ties have frayed in recent years.

  • Community, officials campaign against rabies

    Despite the fact that Jakarta has been a rabies-free city since 2004, animal rights activists and the city administration are calling on animal lovers and residents who regularly come into contact with animals to remain vigilant and be aware of rabies prevention efforts.

  • Hong Kong protesters set deadline for government

    Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong set a Wednesday deadline for a response from the government to meet their demands for reforms after spending another night blocking streets in an unprecedented show of civil disobedience.

  • Jakartans take advantage of double-decker tour buses

    A handful of people wearing batik and civil servant uniforms queued to board the double-decker city tour bus at the National Museum bus stop in Central Jakarta recently.

  • City, police to crackdown on those living off street

    The city administration has secured support from the city police to arrest those engaged in illicit street activities, with the main target being the syndicates behind the operations.

  • Asian stocks mostly lower after US declines

    Asian stocks were mostly lower Tuesday after Wall Street's losses overnight and pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, a major financial center, added to worries about political risk. 

  • Netanyahu: Hamas, Islamic State group share creed

    In a blistering speech to the United Nations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Monday that Hamas and the Islamic State group are "branches of the same poisonous tree," both bent on world domination through terror, just as the Nazis were.

  • Herpes diagnosis called into question

    The most recent installment in the string of testimonies on the alleged sexual abuse of a kindergartner at Jakarta International School (JIS) showed that the victim’s genital herpes test may have had a false-positive result.

  • Film exposes wounds of denial of 1965 violence

    Joshua Oppenheimer’s latest film is truly shocking. If The Act of Killing was a wild fever dream, The Look of Silence is the next morning – Indonesia and the world have woken up with a throbbing headache. Unlike The Act of Killing, in which Soeharto’s killers boast unchallenged about their actions, this time the narrative of the killers is unsettled.

  • Cancer doctor given 10 years for poisoning lover

    A jury on Monday sentenced a Texas cancer researcher to 10 years in prison after she was convicted of poisoning her colleague, who was also her lover, by lacing his coffee with a sweet-tasting chemical found in antifreeze.

  • Foreign investment in Indonesia: A big opportunity (Part 2 of 2)

    As for government bureaucracy, during his campaign Joko “Jokowi” Widodo spoke about the need to restructure central and local government institutions to “trim fat”, ensure stronger legal protection for such measures, and improve the competence, monitoring and supervision of public services.

  • Jokowi's resignation to be discussed by councilors

    The Jakarta City Council will conduct a meeting to discuss the resignation of Jakarta Governor Joko "Jokowi" Widodo on Tuesday afternoon.

  • The death of direct Pilkada and the blame game

    Over the last few days the public has thrown a barrage of complaints and sharp criticism targeting President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and House of Representative members from his Democratic Party, both of whom are currently in lame-duck status.

  • Rupiah, JCI slips in morning session

    The rupiah interbank trade rate in Jakarta depreciated by 15 basis points to Rp 12,170 per US dollar on Tuesday morning.

  • Students campaign for stronger sexual rights protection

    Dozens of senior high school and university students as well as members of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities voiced the need for stronger sexual and reproductive rights protection in a peaceful rally to commemorate World Sexual Health Day at the Adipura Monument traffic circle in Bandarlampung, on Monday.

  • New Undip rector expected to maintain achievement

    Diponegoro University (Undip) school of economics and business dean Mohamad Nasir was elected the university’s new rector for the 2014-2018 period, replacing Prof. Sudharto P. Hadi, during an election at the campus in Tembalang in Semarang, Central Java, on Monday.

  • Ex-provincial secretary gets 2 years

    The Makassar Corruption Court in South Sulawesi sentenced former provincial secretary Andi Muallim to two years in prison on Monday and required him to pay a fine of Rp 50 million (US$4,108) for embezzling Rp 8.8 billion in social-assistance funds.

  • Prosecutors seek four months for Kholiq

    Prosecutors are seeking a four-month sentence for a pesantren (Islamic boarding school) caretaker in Sleman, Yogyakarta, for committing acts of vandalism and violence that caused injury.

  • Investigative team conducts reenactments of clash

    A joint investigative team carried out reenactments of a clash between the Indonesian Military (TNI) and police officers on Saturday and Sunday. The first reenactment was conducted at a fuel-storage facility and the second in front of the Riau Islands Police Mobile Brigade (Brimob) headquarters.

  • Prabowo to fire dissenting lawmakers

    Gerindra Party chairman and presidential election loser Prabowo Subianto says he will dismiss three lawmakers from his party for their decision to skip a plenary session on the Regional Elections Bill at the House of Representatives late last week.

  • KPK wants 6 years for Papua regent

    Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) prosecutors on Monday demanded a six-year prison term for Papua’s Biak Numfor regent, Yesaya Sombuk, in a graft case centering on a construction project at the Disadvantaged Regions Ministry worth Rp 20 billion (US$1.6 million).

  • KPK blasts SBY over graft suspects’ inauguration

    The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has criticized President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono for failing to prevent the inauguration of three politicians implicated in graft cases in the new batch of House of Representatives lawmakers .

  • Anger towards Yudhoyono simmers on Twitter

    The hashtag, #ShameByYouAgainSBY, created by Twitter users angered by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s decision to permit the scrapping of direct local elections, popped up the popular micro-blogging site in Monday’s pre-dawn hours, following the sudden disappearance on Saturday of a previous hashtag critical of the President, #ShameOnYouSBY.

  • Editorial: The politics of revenge

    In the space of five days, the Red-and-White Coalition has savored two consolation wins that clearly serve as a warning: that despite its failure to secure the presidency, its political clout remains and its claws will be deeply planted in the national decision-making process.

  • Court upholds MD3 Law, rejects PDI-P’s judicial review request

    The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle’s (PDI-P) attempt to secure the House speaker post has collapsed with the Constitutional Court’s (MK) rejection of its judicial review request.

  • MPR sticks to old rules amid concerns

    A People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) plenary meeting on Monday maintained an internal regulation that makes it difficult to remove a serving president, as well as amend the 1945 Constitution.

  • Aburizal could be forced to settle Lapindo mudflow

    The House of Representatives on Monday unanimously passed into law a bill that allows president-elect Joko “Jokowi” Widodo to force chairman of the Bakrie Group, Aburizal Bakrie, to fulfill his Rp 781 billion (US$65 million) financial obligation to the victims of the Lapindo mudflow disaster in Sidoarjo, East Java, next year.

  • Malang cake-seller walking all the way to Jokowi

    A street vendor has set out on foot on a journey of hundreds of kilometers to fulfill his nazar (promise) of meeting president-elect Joko “Jokowi” Widodo in Jakarta.

  • Commentary: Thanks SBY, for the common enemy

    Amid the uproar following Friday’s early morning vote results at the House of Representatives, all seemed bleak. The hard-won citizens’ right to vote for their own leaders had ended, just like that, while most of the nation was asleep.

  • SBY weighs options to nix law

    In what could be seen as a last ditch attempt to salvage what’s left of his tattered credibility as a champion of democracy, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono spoke late Sunday with Constitutional Court (MK) chief justice Hamdan Zoelva about how he might be able to revoke the newly passed law on the election of local leaders.

  • New budget promises fiscal room for incoming government

    The Finance Ministry has prepared contingency measures in the newly approved 2015 state budget to anticipate future shocks, including one that may emerge from the planned increase of the US interest rate.

  • Maria stuns Asia with long jump gold

    Long jumper Maria Natalia Londa stole the show at Incheon Asiad Main Stadium on Monday by earning Indonesia gold, its first track and field victory in the Asian Games for 16 years.

  • Get up, stand up

    A group of native Papuans stage a protest at the lobby of the House of Representatives building on Monday after a plenary session decided to suspend the inauguration of new administrative regions in Papua and West Papua. (JP/AWO)

  • Calmer seas

    Two Indonesian corvettes - the KRI John Lie and the KRI Usman-Harun - join a military exercise in the waters of Karimunjawa off the coast of Central Java on Sunday. Indonesia and Singapore were engaged in a diplomatic row over the naming of the KRI Usman-Harun, named after marines Usman Haji Mohamad Ali and Harun Said, who were sent by Indonesia to bomb an office on what is now Orchard Road in 1965.(Antara/Joko Sulistyo)

  • Hard-liners

    Myanmar's hard-line Buddhist monk Ashin Wirathu (center) sits with other delegates at a convention organized by Sri Lanka's Bodu Bala Sena or Forces of Buddhist Power in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Sunday.Wirathu, known for his anti-Muslim stance, says his movement will join hands with a like-minded Sri Lankan group to protect Buddhists, whom he calls a "threatened" world minority. (AP/Eranga Jayawardena)

  • OJK pushes for integrated financial services

    The Financial Services Authority (OJK) will push for the adoption of an integrated financial service that will give all people access to financial products.

  • Three poultry firms enter Papua

    Jayapura, the provincial capital city of Papua, will be home to three poultry companies that will deal with egg production, meat production and poultry breeding.

  • Bandung’s airport expansion kicks off

    State-owned airport operator PT Angkasa Pura II (AP II) kicked off the much-anticipated Husein Sastranegara Airport expansion project in Bandung, West Java, on Monday in a bid to cater more airline passengers.

  • Bogor prohibits building on wetlands

    The Bogor administration will no longer issue building permits for those wishing to build on wetlands and cultivation areas.

  • Parking men paid twice minimum wage

    The monthly salary of attendants operating parking meters on Jl. Sabang in Central Jakarta is twice the regional minimum wage, according to a city official.

  • 17 motorcycle gang members arrested

    The Bekasi Police have arrested 17 members of three motorcycle gangs suspected of stealing motorcycles in Cikarang, Bekasi, West Java.

  • Pekanbaru Pizza Hut robbed

    Robbers made off with a safe containing about Rp 120 million (US$9,860) in cash from a Pizza Hut restaurant on Jl. Jenderal Sudirman in Pekanbaru, Riau, at 4 a.m. local time on Monday.

  • Councilor tests positive for drugs

    The Kerinci Police arrested Sungaipenuh municipal councilor Desrianto, 41, at his house in Lawang Agung village, Pondok Tinggi district, Sungaipenuh city, at 3 p.m. local time on Sunday for alleged drug possession.

  • Anas files an appeal

    Former Democratic Party chairman Anas Urbaningrum has filed an appeal against the Jakarta Corruption Court, which sentenced him to eight years in prison.

  • Atomic agency gets new research facility

    The National Atomic Energy Agency (Batan) officially opened its Center for Security Culture and Assessment (CSCA) research facility in Serpong, Banten, on Monday.

  • Cow dies after being pelted with softballs

    Phoenix police say a family’s pet cow died after being pelted with softballs.

  • Man dies crossing street to funeral home

    Police in Delaware say a man has died after he was struck by a car while attempting to cross a street to get to a funeral home.

  • Netanyahu: Hamas, Islamic State group share creed

    In a blistering speech to the United Nations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Monday that Hamas and the Islamic State group are "branches of the same poisonous tree," both bent on world domination through terror, just as the Nazis were.

  • Another card system hack at Supervalu, Albertsons

    Card data of Supervalu and Albertsons shoppers may be at risk in another hack, the two supermarket companies said Monday.