U.S. Homeland Security contractor reports computer breach

U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees work in front of U.S. threat level displays inside the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center during a guided media tour in Arlington, Virginia June 26, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

U.S. Department of Homeland Security employees work in front of U.S. threat level displays inside the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center during a guided media tour in Arlington, Virginia June 26, 2014.   Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque

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Two Florida thugs nabbed for robbing armless man

Oliver Bozeman.

Oliver Bozeman   –   Broward Sheriff’s Office

Oliver Bozeman and Courtney Edge, both 25, allegedly took $300 from Havalah Pitts, who was born without arms. A sheriff’s spokesman called it a “vile act.”

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Honduras: Leftist candidate to call for mass street protests over vote ‘theft’

Policemen are deployed during a protest of University students in Honduras


Policemen are deployed during a protest of University students, supporters of Honduran presidential candidate for the leftist Libertad y Refundacion (LIBRE), Xiomara Castro, in Tegucigalpa. Hundreds of students were cleared by police and military agents with tear gas as they blocked the streets of the Honduran capital Tuesday. The Honduran ruling conservative party’s presidential candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez leads the vote with 34% after counting the ballots in 67% of the polling stations, according to the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE).       Photo: ORLANDO SIERRA/AFP/Getty Images

Electoral body says conservative Juan Orlando Hernandez has an irreversible lead over Xiomara Castro

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Philippine aid convoy ambushed as troops quell looting

Philippine troops killed two armed insurgents who attacked an aid convoy en route to typhoon-devastated Tacloban on Tuesday, the military said, as soldiers were deployed to quell looting by hungry survivors. (AFP, Noel Celis)

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Mexico evacuates 5,000 for gasoline pipeline leak

A geyser of gasoline spews from a state-owned pipeline at a field in Tlajomulco, Mexico, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013. Authorities were forced to evacuate thousands of residents living near the pipeline after the large gasoline leak. Officials blamed the accident on fuel thieves. The gasoline did not catch fire and there were no immediate reports of injuries. – AP Photo

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