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  President Barack Obama is lending his political heft to Terry McAuliffe's campaign for Virginia governor while Republican Ken Cuccinelli is flying from airport to airport in search of votes.

Obama heads to Virginia to campaign for McAuliffe

Updated: 11/3/2013 09:12 AM

  A boat carrying 70 ethnic minority Muslim Rohingya capsized Sunday off the western coast of Myanmar, an aid worker said. Only eight survivors have been found. The boat was in the Bay of Bengal and headed for Bangladesh when it went down early Sunday.

Boat carrying 70 Muslim Rohingya sinks off Myanmar

Updated: 11/3/2013 09:12 AM

  Egyptian authorities on Sunday moved the trial of the ousted Islamist president to a new location at another end of the capital, a move apparently aimed at thwarting mass rallies planned by the Muslim Brotherhood in his support when it opens on...

Egypt changes venue for trial of ousted president

Updated: 11/3/2013 07:00 PM

  The United States and Egypt tried Sunday to put a brave face on their badly frayed ties and committed to restoring a partnership undermined by the military ouster of Egypt's first democratically elected president.

U.S., Egypt try to put brave face on strained ties

Updated: 11/3/2013 07:03 PM

  A deep sea oyster reef restoration being touted as the largest ever in the Gulf of Mexico began in an unlikely place: a quarry in landlocked Missouri. That is where years of research, planning and precise engineering led Mark Dumesnil as he sought...

Major oyster reef rebuilding begins on Texas coast

Updated: 11/3/2013 08:20 AM

  A pro-pot jingle in Colorado last year went like this: "Jobs for our people/Money for schools/Who could ask for more?" Nearly a year after Colorado legalized recreational weed, voters get the chance to decide exactly how much more - in taxes.

Colorado voters deciding how to tax pot

Updated: 11/3/2013 08:20 AM

  Life is tough in Zaatari, a Syrian refugee camp near Jordan's border. The strong often take from the weak, women fear going to communal bathrooms after dark, sewage runs between pre-fab trailers and boys hustle for pennies carting goods in...

Largest camp for Syrian refugees becoming a city

Updated: 11/3/2013 08:20 AM

  Known as one of the "butterfly children" because her skin is as delicate as a butterfly's wing, Caroline Provost of Palatine spends two hours being wrapped in bandages so she can attend school each day. Her disorder, known as epidermolysis bullosa,...

Images: Girl Endures Extremely Rare Skin Disorder

Updated: 11/3/2013 08:00 AM

  Here's the artwork from our young Weather Sketchers for Oct. 27-Nov.2

Images: Weather Sketchers, Oct. 27-Nov. 2

Updated: 11/1/2013 11:01 PM

  Rosary swam to a fourth-place finish in Sunday's Metro Catholic Athletic Conference girls swimming meet, which was won by Fenwick.

Rosary floats to fourth in tough conference meet

Updated: 11/3/2013 07:30 PM

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