A 17-year-old boy in India is recovering after having 232 “teeth-like structures” removed from his mouth in what officials believe could be a world record operation Read more here
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has ‘photo-bombed’ a selfie taken by two Australian field hockey players at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.
Sudanese Christian woman meets Pope Francis New York Times: Pope Francis granted a private audience in Rome Thursday to Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who refused to renounce her faith despite the threat of a death sentence.
Air Algerie missing plane wreckage found in Mali NBC News: A Burkina Faso airport official has confirmed that wreckage from the missing Air Algerie plane with 116 on board has been found in Mali.
WAVY: At least three people are dead at Cherrystone Campground in the Cape Charles, Va., area after a tornado came through.
AFP: Air Algerie said on Thursday that it had lost contact with a flight from Burkina Faso to Algiers about 50 minutes after take-off.
China regulator visits 581 firms, restaurants in food safety probe Reuters: China’s food regulator says it has visited close to 600 restaurants, businesses and food distributors suspected of using expired meat from Shanghai Husi Food.
Inmate takes 2 hours to die in Arizona execution NBC News: An execution in Arizona took nearly two hours on Wednesday, and the inmate’s lawyers claimed he gasped and snorted for nearly an hour after it began.
Indiana teen dies on round-the-world plane trip ABC:Indiana teen Haris Suleman, 17, has died after his plane crashed off the coast of American Samoa during a round-the-world trip with his father, Babar Suleman.
CNBC: General Motors on Wednesday announced six more safety recalls covering 717,950 recent model vehicles in the U.S.
Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen steps down due to Alzheimer’s The Denver Post: Pat Bowlen, one of the most iconic owners in NFL history who helped guide the Broncos to six Super Bowl appearances and two world championships in his 30 years as owner, is relinquishing control of the team as he acknowledges he is dealing with Alzheimer’s disease.
A plane has crashed after failing to make an emergency landing in Taiwan, local media is reporting. Follow the latest at Breaking News.
Malaysia Airlines dead begin trip home BBC News: A plane carrying the remains of those who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed over Ukraine has taken off from Kharkiv Airport en route to Eindhoven, Netherlands, as families prepare to lay them to rest.
Reuters: eBay’s online ticket resale service StubHub announced late Tuesday that it was the victim of a massive international cyber fraud ring.
Wall Street Journal: The Federal Aviation Administration has banned U.S. carriers from flying to Tel Aviv for at least 24 hours.
Key Obamacare subsidies in 36 states struck down in court ruling Washington Post: A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that people in 36 states that use the federal insurance exchange cannot receive tax subsidies under Obamacare.
US flags mysteriously replaced by white flags on Brooklyn Bridge Gothamist: The American flags that normally grace the top of New York City’s iconic Brooklyn Bridge were mysteriously replaced with white flags Tuesday morning. Police are investigating.
Malaysia flight remains now out of rebel hands BBC News: The remains of those killed in the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 have been moved into Ukrainian government territory, away from rebels who had held them since the crash, moving a step closer to repatriation and burial.
SBS News: Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday handed over two black boxes recovered from the crash site of the MH17 jet to Malaysian officials.
Boston Globe: A friend of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect was found guilty Monday of conspiracy and obstruction of justice relating to the bombing investigation.