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Euro zone gives Greece until Sunday for debt deal

BRUSSELS - Euro zone members have given Greece until the end of the week to come up with a proposal for sweeping reforms in return for loans that will keep the country from crashing out of Europe's currency bloc and into economic ruin. | Video

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Pope: Duty to protect planet, calls for 'social justice' on resources

QUITO - Pope Francis on Tuesday said protecting the planet was no longer a choice but a duty and called for a new "social justice" where access to the earth's resources would be based on equality instead of economic interests. | Video

Deadly car bombs hit Yemen, day after almost 200 killed

SANAA - Two deadly car bombs hit the capital Sanaa and a southern city in Yemen on Tuesday, state news agency Saba reported, a day after air strike and clashes killed almost 200 people nationwide. | Video

World, Yemen, United Nations 07 Jul 2015

Groups sue Chicago suburbs for more gun control

CHICAGO - A group of civil rights activists on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against three Chicago suburbs to force them to take stricter gun-control measures to stem the flow of weapons into the city's crime-ridden neighborhoods.

07 Jul 2015

Bill Cosby's moralizing comes back to haunt him

NEW YORK - Bill Cosby's forthright views on black parenting came back to haunt him this week when a U.S. judge called the comedian a "public moralist" who had lost the right of personal privacy in a 2005 civil sexual assault case.

Entertainment, People 07 Jul 2015

Republican Rubio urges overhaul of U.S. college 'cartel'

CHICAGO - Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio called for an overhaul of the U.S. higher education system on Tuesday, saying colleges were operating as a "cartel" and not meeting the needs of students or the economy.

07 Jul 2015
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U.S. only training 60 Syrian fighters, about 1 percent of goal

WASHINGTON - The United States said on Tuesday it was falling far behind plans to build a Syrian opposition force to battle Islamic State, disclosing that just 60 fighters were in training after U.S. vetting thinned the number of recruits. | Video