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Libya-US-Ambassador-Killed (will update)
The United States on Wednesday vowed to avenge the killings of its ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, moving warships toward the Libyan coast and using surveillance drones to track the suspected perpetrators, officials said.
Libya-US-Ambassador-Killed-Fallout (will update)
The United States moved to increase embassy security around the world after the attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three staffers.
Anti-Islam Film (will update)
The 80 cast and crew members involved in the making of the movie that has roiled much of the Islamic world said Wednesday they were "grossly misled" about its intent and expressed sorrow over the resulting violence.
Syria-Civil-War (will update)
More than 20,000 people -- most of them civilians -- have been killed in Syria's 18-month crisis. The violence continued unabated Wednesday with fierce attacks reported across the country. Here are the latest developments in the Syrian civil war:
An abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama, remains closed after state regulators denied a prospective new owner's appeal to reopen the facility, made famous in 1998 when it was bombed by Eric Robert Rudolph.
Illinois-Chicago-Teachers-Strike (will update)
Negotiations resumed on Wednesday between Chicago's school board and striking teachers with both sides apparently far apart on a deal to get 350,000 students back to class.
A 73-year-old woman was raped in broad daylight in Central Park on Wednesday, police said.
It was a security breach at one of the country's busiest airports conducted on a tiny scale. Eighteen workers at New York's JFK Airport were arrested on Wednesday and accused of stealing more than 100,000 mini-bottles of alcohol from LSG Sky Chefs, which provides food and beverages for American Airlines.
Former Miami Dolphins player Chad Johnson is charged with misdemeanor domestic battery in last month's alleged headbutting incident with his new wife, a prosecutor's office in Florida said.
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The United States on Wednesday vowed to track down those behind the killings of its ambassador to Libya and three other Americans amid a regional furor over a film mocking Islam's prophet.