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Obama is sending 350 more troops to Iraq, to guard U.S. Embassy

President Obama is sending an additional 350 U.S. troops to Iraq, fulfilling a State Department request for increased security at America's embassy in Baghdad, the White House said Tuesday.

3 Motown greats who recorded German versions of their hits

Read more on this story. Listen to the German tracks in full: 1. MARVIN GAYE, "WIE SCHÖN DAS IST" ("HOW SWEET IT IS") 2.

4 ways to up your cocktail garnish game

In his mahvelously outlandish portrayal of his character Fernando, Billy Crystal used to say, "It's better to look good than to feel good." It's a shallow sentiment to be sure, but one that has particular resonance in the cocktail world.

Halliburton will pay $1.1 billion over oil spill

Halliburton announced Tuesday that it has reached a $1.1 billion settlement over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Check out the indoor ocean in Maryland where Navy ships are tested

The Navy has to test its ships somewhere, but the way the Naval Surface Warfare Center is using wave-testing is truly fascinating.

Apple denies responsibility for celebrity photo hack

After nearly two days of investigation, Apple has concluded that it is not responsible for the security failure that enabled hackers to steal hundreds of private photos from celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton and disseminate them across the internet.

Alaska Democrats merge with independent candidate for governor

Alaska Democrats are taking an unusual step in the gubernatorial campaign in this red state, the Alaska Dispatch News reports.

Colts owner Jim Irsay suspended 6 games, fined $500,000 for OWI arrest

The NFL on Tuesday suspended Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay for six games and fined him $500,000 for his bizarre drugged driving arrest.

Parents of slain Seal Team Six member call for Obama's resignation

Billy and Karen Vaughn lost their only son, Seal Team Six member Aaron Carson Vaughn, in 2011 in Afghanistan when he and 32 others were killed after their helicopter was shot down.

Meet Hydra, the shape-shifting Dr. Manhattan of the animal kingdom

The Conversation In the comic series Watchmen, physicist Jon Osterman is blown apart in a science experiment gone awry.

Two former senators to lobby for Russian bank slapped with U.S. sanctions

The revolving door turns again, as former Sens. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) and John Breaux (D-La.) will lobby Congress on behalf of Gazprombank GPB, according to the Center for Public Integrity.

Dutch artist puts giant inflatable hippo in the River Thames

The cleverly named "HippopoThames" is now floating proudly in London's River Thames. The inflatable hippopotamus is the brainchild of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman and was commissioned by the Thames Festival Trust in honor of the annual Totally Thames festival.

Listen to two unreleased Adele songs

Adele's rumored next album, 25, is still just speculation, but you can get your Adele fix with these two previously unreleased songs.

ISIS claims it beheaded another American journalist

ISIS on Tuesday released a video purporting to show the execution of journalist Steven Sotloff, and it warned the world to end "this evil alliance of America against the Islamic State." The White House could not immediately confirm the authenticity of the video, but spokesman Josh Earnest said intelligence officials were working to verify it.

3 men arrested for illegal hedgehog hunting

Three Frenchmen have been arrested for illegally hunting hedgehogs, which they allegedly planned to eat.

Justin Bieber arrested for assault and dangerous driving in Canada

It's been a rough year for pop star Justin Bieber, who kicked off 2014 with a January arrest for charges that included driving under the influence and resisting arrest during a trip Miami.

How to stop misogynists from terrorizing the world of gamers

The gaming precincts of the internet have long featured regular explosions of misogynist abuse noteworthy even by online standards, the bar for which is high indeed.

You probably aren't eating too much salt

For a long time it's been a shibboleth among America's healthy circles: too much salt is bad for you, because it causes high blood pressure and heart problems.

NYC high school football player collapses and dies during practice

A Staten Island high schooler died on Monday after collapsing during a football practice held in unseasonably sweltering heat.

Study: You can make yourself like healthy food

A new study suggests that you can make yourself like healthy food, if you can put up with forcing yourself to eat it for a while.