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The New York City Police Department released surveillance video Thursday morning from the incident that led to Lindsay Lohan being charged with leaving the scene of an accident in New York on early Wednesday, but the video was unclear in more ways than one.
ENT-Fiona-Apple-Arrested (will update)
Border patrol agents in Texas arrested singer Fiona Apple after finding marijuana and hashish on her tour bus, authorities said Thursday.
Twenty-eight people went to the hospital after a school bus crashed in rural Tennessee, authorities said Thursday. All were expected to recover, a hospital spokesman said.
The orbiter arrived in California on Thursday on its way to Exposition Park, its new permanent home.
POL-Obama-Univision-Forum (will update)
The immigration debate took center stage Thursday as U.S. President Barack Obama fielded questions in a forum broadcast live online by the Spanish-language Univision network.
Anti-Islam-Protests (Will update)
Muslim furor continued to rage Thursday over the anti-Islam movie "Innocence of Muslims," as well as recently published cartoons in a French publication of a figure resembling the Prophet Mohammed.
U.S. officials appear less certain about what happened in Benghazi, Libya, just before the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans last week.
Syria-Civil-War (Will update)
Syrian government warplanes targeted a northern town Thursday, hitting a gas station and triggering an explosion that killed at least 55 people, opposition forces said. It's the latest salvo in Syria's bloody 18-month-old civil war that shows no sign of letting up. Dozens were wounded in the airstrike in Raqqa province that two opposition groups said was carried out by Syrian government aircraft.
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Syria-Libya-Fighter -- By Nick Paton Walsh and James Foley
Feras races across a dusty crossroads, firing his AK-47 wildly at regime forces somewhere down the road ahead of him. This is Aleppo, and he is one of many rebel fighters there, slogging it out street by street, often not seeing their enemy or much progress for weeks. But Feras is different in a way that has sparked great fears and controversy. Feras is Libyan. He is one of Syria's "foreign fighters."
Georgia's interior minster resigned Thursday, two days after videos surfaced purportedly showing guards abusing prisoners. Georgia television stations, including TV9, broadcast the videos Tuesday night. The faces of those being filmed were obscured. One man cries out while he is being raped with a broom handle. Another video shows an inmate being punched.