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Houthi Loyalists reject Yemeni President's Reforms

2 mins ago - Yemeni President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi dismissed the government Tuesday and agreed to a 15% cut in fuel prices, in addition to other economic reforms, seeking to end weeks of tense protests led by tens of thousands of Houthi loyalists in the capital, Sanaa.

Marines Test New Beach Assault Vehicle

Posted: 08/27/2014 - The Corps showed off a prototype of its Ultra Heavy-lift Amphibious Connector (UHAC) last week during Rim of the Pacific exercises in Hawaii, running it from the Navy's amphibious dock landing ship USS Rushmore to the beaches of Marine Corps Training Area Bellows on Oahu.

Obama: Defeating ISIS "Won't Be Easy Or Quick"

Posted: 08/26/2014 - President Obama says American power must be used wisely but defends the recent American intervention in Iraq and promised to root out the threat of the Islamic militant group.

French Government Dissolved Amid Turmoil Among Ministers

Posted: 08/25/2014 - The French government was dissolved Monday amid turmoil among top ministers. President Francois Hollande asked Prime Minister Manuel Valls to form a new government, which will be announced Tuesday, Hollande's office said in a statement posted on Twitter.

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Russian Bank Offers Cat With Mortgage

Updated: 09/01/2014 - Russia's biggest bank, Sberbank is offering to deliver cats to the doorsteps of new mortgage clients as part of a quirky promotional campaign.

Davis Claims Kansas School Cuts If Brownback Wins

Posted: 3:00 PM - Democratic challenger Paul Davis predicts that funding for Kansas public schools will be cut if Republican Gov. Sam Brownback wins re-election, but Davis is not outlining a specific education plan.

Respiratory Illness Hits Hundreds Of KC-Area Kids

Posted: 3:03 PM - A Kansas City pediatric hospital has treated hundreds of young children for a respiratory illness that has symptoms similar to a common cold that more typically is seen during winter months.

Who's Most At Risk For Color Blindness?

Posted: 08/27/2014 - Color blindness has long been known to be more common in boys, but researchers now found that race and ethnicity also figure into one's risk for developing the disorder.

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