Chicago's top cop ousted

CHICAGO - Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked Chicago's police chief Garry McCarthy to resign after days of unrest over the murder of a black teenager by a white officer.

Chicago police chief ousted amid tensions over black teen's killing 1:25pm EST

CHICAGO Chicago's police chief was ousted on Tuesday following days of unrest over video footage showing the shooting of a black teenager and the filing of murder charges against a white police officer in the young man's death.

A view shows the company logo of Gazprom company installed on the roof of its office building in Moscow, August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

Russia may freeze Turkish Stream gas project

MOSCOW - Russia may freeze work on the Turkish Stream gas pipeline project for several years in retaliation against Ankara for the shooting down of a Russian air force jet, two sources at Russian gas giant Gazprom told Reuters.  Full Article 

A Syrian army soldier walks inside the Crac des Chevaliers, a UNESCO World Heritage site, in the Homs countryside, Syria August 2, 2015.  REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki

Syrian insurgents to exit Homs area

BEIRUT - Syrian government officials said they had agreed on a deal for opposition fighters to withdraw from the last insurgent-held area of the city of Homs with their weapons.  Full Article 

2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee are exhibited on a car dealership in New Jersey, July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Auto sales likely saw best November ever

DETROIT - Auto sales rose last month on strength in sport utility vehicles and marketing promotions, while industry sales were forecast topping 18 million vehicles on an annualized basis.  Full Article 

An artist's impression of Sauropod dinosaurs on the Isle of Skye in this undated handout photo provided by the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland, December 1, 2015. REUTERS/Jon Hoad/University of Edinburgh/Handout via Reuters

'Dinosaur disco' stayin' alive 170 million years

WASHINGTON - Hundreds of newly discovered dinosaur footprints forming a jumble of tracks are changing the way scientists view the lifestyle of some of the largest creatures ever to walk the Earth.  Full Article 

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'Ghost boats' and corpses wash up in Japan

Ships carrying decomposing corpses are washing up on the coast of Japan. As Ju-min Park reports, evidence points to them being fishing boats from North Korea, sent far out to sea to fulfill leader Kim Jong Un's desire to increase food production.

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