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Husband of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg died of head trauma in exercise accident


A Mexican state official says SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg died of severe head trauma in an exercise accident.

Fox News apologizes for erroneous Baltimore shooting report


Baltimore police say a Fox News report of a black man being shot by police in the city was not true, and the cable news network quickly issued an apology.

Baggage fees boosted U.S. airline revenue by $3.5B


The 27 U.S.-based passenger airlines collected $3.5 billion US in baggage fees and $3 billion in reservation-change fees from passengers in 2014.

Iraqi forces trapped in refinery plead for help as ISIS closes in


Iraqi forces besieged inside the country's largest oil refinery are running low on food and pleading for reinforcements to save them from Islamic State militants who have advanced deep into the compound in the past week.

Migrants to Europe: Italy rescues thousands over weekend


In a three-day period ended Sunday, 6,771 survivors were rescued in the seas north of Libya from overcrowded rubber dinghies and unseaworthy fishing boats sent out by smuggling rings, the Italian Coast Guard reported Monday.

Manulife's U.S. unit John Hancock offers insurance discounts for proof of healthy living


A U.S. subsidiary of Manulife has launched a program to reward customers willing to hand over reams of information about their fitness habits with insurance discounts of up to 15 per cent.

Fjords are mighty good at sucking up CO2


Fjords, including those on Canada's coasts, soak up potentially damaging carbon from the atmosphere, making the steep-sided inlets an overlooked natural ally in offsetting man-made climate change.

Boston Marathon bomber weeps as aunt takes stand


Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has shown emotion for the first time in his federal death penalty trial, crying as his aunt took the stand and wiping his eyes repeatedly with a tissue.

Toronto man shot in robbery in Louisville after Kentucky Derby


A Toronto man visiting Louisville for the Kentucky Derby was shot and killed in what appeared to be a robbery, local police say.

Sex assaults by U.S. military personnel underreported, senator says


The number of sex-related crimes occurring in U.S. military communities is far greater than the Defence Department has publicly reported, a U.S.

Prophet Muhammad cartoon shooting: Police had planned security for months


Police planned security for months before a Texas exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, where two men who fired at a police car were shot dead by police, police said on Monday.

Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is name of new royal baby


Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have named their newborn daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

U.S. may allow drones that fly beyond an operator's line of sight


U.S. aviation regulators are talking to drone makers and service providers about testing commercial drones that can fly beyond an operator's visual line of sight, currently banned for safety reasons, according to people with knowledge of the discussions.

Doing right thing comes at a cost, Harper tells WW2 vets at VE Day service


Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid tribute to Canada's war dead at a service in the Netherlands this morning.

Russia fumes, lashes out at the West's VE-Day snub: Brian Stewart


After the end of the Cold War, VE-Day became the occasion to bring former wartime allies Russia and the West together.

Grace Lee Whitney, Captain Kirk's assistant on Star Trek, dead at 85


Grace Lee Whitney, who played Captain Kirk's assistant on the original Star Trek series, has died. She was 85.

Nepal urges foreign rescue workers in Kathmandu to head home


Nepal's government urged foreign rescue workers in the quake-hit capital to return home Monday as hundreds of people visited Buddhist shrines and monasteries to mark the birthday of Gautam Buddha.

Boko Haram stoned captive girls to death as rescuers approached


Even with the crackle of gunfire signaling rescuers were near, the horrors did not end: Boko Haram fighters stoned captives to death, some girls and women were crushed by an armoured car and three died when a land mine exploded as they walked to freedom.

3 shot outside Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas


A contest for cartoons depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb is on lockdown after authorities reported a shooting outside the building.

Athens prison brawl leaves at least 2 dead, 21 injured


A brawl in an Athens prison wing housing foreigners left at least two inmates dead and 21 others injured on Sunday, many seriously, authorities said.


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