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  • Obama: US ‘Prepared to Respond’ to Russian Aggression in Ukraine

    Obama: US ‘Prepared to Respond’ to Russian Aggression in Ukraine

    (WASHINGTON) — President Obama on Thursday said the U.S. and its allies “have to be prepared – potentially – to respond” to continued efforts by Russia to interfere in southern Ukraine. He held out the “the possibility, the prospect that diplomacy can de-escalate the situation,” but warned that he was not counting on it. However, he said that military options are still not on the table “because this is not a situation that would be amenable to a clear military solution.” Secretary of State John Kerry said earlier the lengthy four-way meeting on Ukraine had produced metrics for measuring how… Read more

  • Newly-Released Video Captures Deadly Plant Explosion

    Newly-Released Video Captures Deadly Plant Explosion

    (WEST, Texas) — Witnesses to last year’s fiery explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, have come forward with a new video of the explosion that shows a gas cloud burst into flames. The video was taken by Jeff Tobola, who was sitting in a car with his son Mason near the plant when it happened. “I just happened to throw it up at about that time,” Jeff Tobola told ABC News affiliate WFAA, saying he shot the video with only a moment to spare. He shared the video with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as… Read more

  • Glen Campbell Moved to an Alzheimer's Facility, Says Family Friend

    Glen Campbell Moved to an Alzheimer's Facility, Says Family Friend

    Glen Campbell has apparently been moved to an Alzheimer’s facility.  A family friend tells People, “I’m not sure what the permanent plan is for him yet.  We’ll know more next week.” The 78-year-old singer was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s more than three years ago.  A documentary about Glen’s Goodbye Tour, titled Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me, debuts Friday at the Nashville Film Festival. Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Brett Eldredge and Jana Kramer Tapped for Macy's American Icons Campaign

    Brett Eldredge and Jana Kramer Tapped for Macy's American Icons Campaign

    Brett Eldredge and Jana Kramer are taking part in Macy’s American Icons campaign, which means you’ll see their faces in more than 800 Macy’s stores starting next month. They’ll be modeling clothes for I.N.C International Concepts in ads appearing in print and online, too. The program offers styles inspired by America and supports the Got Your 6 initiative to support U.S. veterans and military families. Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Eric Church Releasing "The Outsiders on Vinyl This Saturday for National Record Store Day

    Eric Church Releasing "The Outsiders on Vinyl This Saturday for National Record Store Day

    Eric Church will release a double-gatefold vinyl version of his latest album, The Outsiders, this Saturday for National Record Store Day. The package also includes an exclusive album poster and two bonus tracks — “Come Together,” and an extended version of the title track. Go to EricChurch.com for more information on where to purchase The Outsiders on vinyl. Eric will tour behind the album starting September 11 in Bossier City, LA. Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

  • Touching Procession for Fallen Hero K-9 Dog

    Touching Procession for Fallen Hero K-9 Dog

    (PORTLAND, Ore.) — A K-9 dog that died saving the life of his police officer partner during a shootout was given an impromptu motorcade procession to the veterinarian’s office, flanked by police, firemen and canine units. Mick, a K-9 dog fresh out of training, was shot and killed by an armed robbery suspect who was among three men trying to burglarize a police uniform store in Southwest Portland, according to police. The dog’s K-9 officer, Jeff Dorn, was shot in both legs. He is currently recovering from non-life-threatening injuries in hospital, a police spokesman said. Authorities found the alleged shooter… Read more

  • Mystery Surrounds College Wrestler's Death

    Mystery Surrounds College Wrestler's Death

    (DALLAS) — Dammion Heard’s parents still can’t make any sense of their son’s death. Heard, a scholarship wrestler at Western State Colorado University, was found dead in a field two weeks ago, his SUV located nearby. The 20-year-old’s cause of death was listed as strangulation by hanging. His parents Gary and Jamie Heard say police told them he took his own life. “He was always upbeat,” Gary Heard said in an interview with ABC affiliate WFAA-TV. “He never had any issues with depression or anxiety.” His parents say phone records indicate he planned on meeting a girl the morning following… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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