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Safi al-Kaseasbeh, father of Jordanian pilot, Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, who is held by the Islamic State group militants, poses for a picture after attending Muslim's Friday prayers, in Amman, Jordan, Friday, Jan. 30, 2015. The fates of a Japanese journalist and Jordanian military pilot were unknown Friday, a day after the latest purported deadline for a possible prisoner swap passed with no further word from the Islamic State group holding them captive. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)
Japan says efforts to free Islamic State hostage deadlockedJapanese diplomat says efforts to free Islamic State group hostage in 'state of deadlock'
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Attorney Fletcher Long gives his final argument to the jury during the trial of Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 in Nashville, Tenn.  Vandenburg and Batey, two former Vanderbilt football players,  are each charged with five counts of aggravated rape and two counts of aggravated sexual battery. (AP Photo/The Tennessean, John Partipilo, Pool)
Attorney wants mistrial declared in Vanderbilt rape caseAttorney wants mistrial declared in Vanderbilt rape case, says juror did not disclose rape
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Pakistani protesters burn tires to condemn a blast at a Shiite mosque, Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 in Karachi, Pakistan. The bomb ripped through a mosque in Pakistan belonging to members of the Shiite minority sect of Islam just as worshippers were gathering for Friday prayers, killing dozens of people and wounding many others, officials said. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
Anger, mourning in Pakistan after mosque bombing kills 59Protests come amid mourning in Pakistan after Shiite mosque bombing that killed 59 people
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FILE- Former New York City police detective Stephen Caracappa enters federal court in Brooklyn, N.Y. on the first day of his trial in this March 13, 2006, file photo. Nicholas Guido was showing off his new car outside his mother's home on Christmas Day 1986 when he was gunned down because he'd been mistaken for a mobster with the same name. The bad information, prosecutors said, came from two decorated police detectives who would later be convicted of moonlighting as hit men for the mob. Twenty-nine years later, the city has reached a $5 million settlement with Guido's family in part of the fallout from one of the most stunning police corruption cases in New York history. Guido's killers had him confused with an enemy of a mob underboss who paid then-detectives Louis Eppolito and Caracappa to be his criminal "crystal ball," a source of help killing eight of their patron's foes between 1986 and about 1990, Brooklyn federal prosecutors said. (AP Photo/Louis Lanzano, File)
NYC to pay $5M to kin of man killed in 'Mafia cops' caseNYC to pay $5 million to kin of man killed in 'Mafia cops' case; he was mistaken for mobster
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In this Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 photo, Iraqis look at books on al-Mutanabi Street, home to the city's book market in central Baghdad. One afternoon this month, Islamic State militants arrived at the Central Library of the northern city of Mosul in a non-combat mission. They broke the locks that kept the two-story building closed since the extremists overran the city in mid last year, loading some 2,000 books included children stories, poetry, philosophy, sports, health and cultural and scientific publications into six pickup trucks and leaving behind only the Islamic religious ones. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
Iraqi libraries ransacked by Islamic State group in MosulIslamic State group militants target Iraq's libraries in war on culture, learning in Mosul
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FILE - In this Feb. 2, 2012 file photo, then Armed Forces of the Philippines spokesman Col. Marcelo Burgos shows a picture of Malaysian Zulkifli bin Hir, also known as Marwan, during a press conference in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines. Southeast Asia's top terrorist suspect has evaded capture and survived several military assaults in the southern Philippines, where police now await DNA results to confirm if he is the man killed in the Jan. 25, 2015 raid that also left 44 police commandos dead.  (AP Photo/Pat Roque, File)
Is he dead? Philippines awaits answer of costly terror raidIs he dead? Philippines awaits answer of costly commando raid on most-wanted terror suspects
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this photo taken Friday, Jan. 16, 2015, Chinese schoolchildren wave Chinese flags and the 2022 Olympic bid logo to show their support at the ski resort in Yanqing, a suburb of Beijing, where the speed mavens of Alpine skiing and the sliding events - bobsled, skeleton and luge - have been proposed to be held in the bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Chinese authorities are making the final push in its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics that will make the Chinese capital Beijing the first city to hold both the summer and winter Olympics. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
Beijing Winter Olympics bid highlights skiing, hockey growthChina's growing embrace of snow and ice sports helping drive bid for 2022 Winter Olympics
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San Francisco police detain man in human remains caseSan Francisco police detain man for questioning in probe of human remains found in suitcase
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People walk by a screen showing TV news reports of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto, held by the Islamic State group, in Tokyo Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015.  The fates of the Japanese journalist and a Jordanian military pilot were still unknown Saturday after the latest purported deadline for a possible prisoner swap lapsed with no further messages from the Islamic State group holding them captive. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
Japan self-censors images, words linked to hostage crisisNo mention of knife, ransom and blood: Japan media self-censor amid hostage crisis
The Associated Press2 hours ago
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  • Va. Senate votes to ban adoption of Common Core standards

    The state Senate has voted to prohibit adoption of the national Common Core curriculum standards in Virginia public schools without prior approval from the General Assembly. Sen. Richard Black's measure passed the Republican-controlled chamber Friday on a largely party-line 21-17 vote. WSET-TV Lynchburg, Fri, Jan 30 2015 @ 12:53 PM
  • Sterling Man Charged in Murder Plot To Stay in Jail

    A Loudoun County judge denied bond Thursday for a Sterling man accused of a murder-for-hire plot targeting his ex-wife, according to media reports. Dallas W. Brumback Jr., 35, was arrested last week and charged with attempted capital murder after he allegedly solicited a man to kill his ex-wife, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Patch.com, Thu, Jan 29 2015 @ 07:59 PM
  • Virginians far more likely to die in a fire than Marylanders

    After six people lost their lives in an Annapolis mansion fire, firefighters said sprinklers could have made all the difference. Loudoun County Fire Chief Keith Brower says homes are built with highly flammable materials, contain more synthetics and plastics than ever before and are burning faster than even 10 years ago. WTOP-FM Washington, Thu, Jan 29 2015 @ 04:29 PM
  • Where it stands: Loudoun County Courts Complex expansion

    The Loudoun County Courts Expansion project in downtown Leesburg has seen some movement in recent weeks. Loudoun Times, Fri, Jan 30 2015 @ 06:37 AM
  • Sterling man accused in murder-for-hire plot denied bond; has ties to KKK

    A judge today denied bond for a Sterling man arrested Jan. 22 in a murder-for-hire plot to have his ex-wife killed. Loudoun Times, Thu, Jan 29 2015 @ 01:44 PM
  • Police Say Peeping Tom Spied on Ashburn Home

    Loudoun County police are investigating a peeping Tom incident Monday evening in Ashburn. The incident occurred between 9 and 9:15 p.m. at a home in the 20300 block of River Ridge Terrace in Ashburn, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Patch.com, Thu, Jan 29 2015 @ 02:54 PM
  • Va. Senate panel OKs mandatory campus sex assault reporting

    A state Senate subcommittee approved a bill Monday submitted by Republican Sen. Richard Black of Loudoun County that would require any employee of a state college or university who learns of such an allegation to report it to a local law enforcement agency within 24 hours. Failure to do so would be a misdemeanor. The Virginian-Pilot, Mon, Jan 26 2015 @ 12:07 PM
  • Va. senators from Loudoun band together for breastfeeding bill

    Three female state senators representing Loudoun County are fighting for a cause they understand in ways their 32 male colleagues never will - breastfeeding. Loudoun Times, Thu, Jan 29 2015 @ 12:30 PM
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