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Mom arrested for swearing at children
(Headline News )
Public nuisance infraction another example of parenting police gone wild- halting Japans consumption tax hike- and Russians grow wary of Ukrainian adventure. [1]


VIDEO: Dont shoot slogan in Brown case
(Headline News )
The governor of the US State of Missouri has promised a thorough investigation into the death of an unarmed black teenager shot by police. [2]


VIDEO: Family condemns CCTV robbery footage
(Headline News )
The family of Michael Brown- the unarmed black teenager shot dead on Saturday by a police officer in the US state of Missouri- has condemned the release of CCTV footage showing a robbery at a convenience store. [3]


Emmys honour Uzo Aduba and Sherlock
(Headline News )
Actress Uzo Aduba- TV host Jimmy Fallon and BBC drama Sherlock are among the main winners at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. [4]


SeaWorld to redesign its whale tank
(Headline News )
The US marine park SeaWorld is to build a new killer whale enclosure as criticism grows over how the park handles the animals. [5]


Johnny Cashs childhood home opens
(Headline News )
Country music legend Johnny Cashs childhood home is opened to the public as part of a drive to revitalise the Arkansas town where he grew up. [6]


Texas governor vows to fight charges
(Headline News )
Texas Governor Rick Perry vows to fight an indictment against him for abuse of power- which he has dismissed as a politicised farce. [7]


Governor criticises riot town police
(Headline News )
Missouri governor Jay Nixon criticises police for releasing CCTV footage which apparently shows shooting victim Michael Brown stealing from a shop. [8]


VIDEO: Baby giraffes draw crowds to US zoos
(Headline News )
Baby giraffes have been drawing crowds to zoos in Houston- Texas and San Diego- California. [9]


VIDEO: Criticism grows over Missouri unrest
(Headline News )
US police fired smoke bombs and tear gas at a crowd which defied an overnight curfew in Ferguson- where a black teenager was shot dead by police last week. [10]


Germany spied on Kerry and Clinton
(Headline News )
Media reports in Germany say spies accidentally recorded calls made by US Secretary of State John Kerry and his predecessor Hillary Clinton. [11]


Adult actress tweets alleged assault
(Headline News )
MMA fighter accused on Twitter of brutal domestic assault [12]


Military tactics in US war zone
(Headline News )
Has Ferguson turned into Fergustan? [13]


Start of a libertarian moment?
(Headline News )
Rand Paul and others break from law and order conservatives [14]


How to crack the US market
(Headline News )
How British firms can best succeed in the US market [15]


VIDEO: I can buy food I dont even recognise
(Headline News )
African refugees settle into new lives in suburban America [16]


Moments of silence for Michael Brown
(Headline News )
Social media protests over Ferguson police tactics [17]


VIDEO: What jobs will robots take over?
(Headline News )
Whats the chance a robot will take your job? [18]


What does America have for breakfast?
(Headline News )
What does America have for breakfast? [19]


Cisco makes 6,000 more job cuts
(Headline News )
Network equipment giant Cisco Systems announces plans to cut 6-000 more jobs - its third jobs cull in three years. [20]


Buffetts Berkshire shares hit record
(Headline News )
Shares in Warren Buffetts Berkshire Hathaway top $200-000 for the first time- valuing the firm at an estimated $326bn. [21]


A new, complicated chapter in Ferguson
(Headline News )
Revelations that Michael Brown was a robbery suspect complicate the Ferguson case. Does Missouri law allow police to shoot fleeing suspected felons? [22]


VIDEO: The few female submariners in the US
(Headline News )
The BBCs Sharanjit Leyl tours the USS Michigan- a nuclear submarine which includes three women in its 170-strong crew. [23]


VIDEO: Workers carry out repairs on US tower
(Headline News )
Workers carry out maintenance on the transmitter towers of the 1-127ft (344m) John Hancock Center in Chicago. [24]


VIDEO: US cities raise hands for shot teen
(Headline News )
Thousands of people have held vigils across the US in honour of a black teenager killed by police in Missouri. [25]


VIDEO: Celebrities take on ice bucket challenge
(Headline News )
The Ice Bucket Challenge involves people pouring cold water over themselves and posting videos on the internet. [26]


VIDEO: Sprinter, 99, claims 100m record
(Headline News )
Ida Keeling - a 99-year-old woman from New York- is claiming a new record as the fastest sprinter of her age over 100 metres. [27]


VIDEO: Two US states swap weather systems
(Headline News )
Unusual weather in the Western US has caused an apparent swap in weather systems between Arizona and Washington State. [28]


US actress Lauren Bacall dies at 89
(Headline News )
Lauren Bacall- one of Hollywoods biggest post-war stars- has died at home in New York after a career spanning seven decades. [29]


Unseen Warhol films to be digitised
(Headline News )
New Yorks Museum of Modern Art is to digitise hundreds of unseen Andy Warhol films and screen them for the public. [30]


Williams had Parkinsons at death
(Headline News )
Robin Williams was suffering from the early stages of Parkinsons disease at the time of his death- his wife has said. [31]


VIDEO: Extraordinary scenes after teen death
(Headline News )
A change in police tactics in the aftermath of the killing of US teenager Michael Brown in Missouri turns four days of violence into peace. BBCs Aleem Maqbool reports. [32]


VIDEO: US helping Iraqis take the fight to IS
(Headline News )
Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby tells the BBCs Laura Trevelyan in some areas- Iraqi forces are taking the fight to the Islamic State. [33]


Police to aid Brown death inquiry
(Headline News )
Police in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson say they will co-operate fully with investigations into the shooting of an unarmed black teenager. [34]


Slenderman victim thanks governor
(Headline News )
The family of a 12-year-old allegedly stabbed by two schoolgirls have thanked the governor of Wisconsin- who honoured her with a special day. [35]


Artists claim Brooklyn Bridge stunt
(Headline News )
Two German artists claim responsibility for hoisting white flags atop New Yorks iconic Brooklyn Bridge last month- removing official US flags. [36]


Casey Kasem burial to be in Norway
(Headline News )
Casey Kasems body is being moved to Oslo for burial- according to a Norwegian newspaper- amid a family feud over his remains. [37]


Obama: We broke north Iraq siege
(Headline News )
US President Barack Obama says US forces have broken a siege in north Iraq- to help rescue tens of thousands of people trapped on a mountain. [38]


Slain US teenager robbery suspect
(Headline News )
Michael Brown- the black teenager shot by police in Ferguson- Missouri- was a suspect in a robbery just moments earlier- police say. [39]


Five US generals killed in action
(Headline News )
What the death of generals tells us about warfare [40]


From America’s murder capital to boomtown
(Headline News )
Washington DC’s journey from murder capital to boomtown [41]


VIDEO: When Americans trusted their government
(Headline News )
Americans trust government less now than at Watergate [42]


When New York was graffiti central
(Headline News )
When New York was famous for being covered with graffiti [43]


VIDEO: Nixon tapes reveal diabolical pragmatist
(Headline News )
What Nixon tapes tell us about president’s foreign policy [44]


Crowley: War on terror now local
(Headline News )
PJ Crowley on Obamas refocusing of Bushs fight [45]


Diner offers prayer discount
(Headline News )
How a US cafes 15% prayer discount sparked an internet row [46]


Readers pick women for the dollar
(Headline News )
Readers say which women they want to see on the US dollar [47]


Rare tropical storm batters Hawaii
(Headline News )
A rare tropical storm battering Hawaii has already caused power blackouts and block roads on one island- but no deaths have been reported. [48]


Republicans pick Cleveland for 2016
(Headline News )
The Republican Party chooses Cleveland in the battleground state of Ohio as the site of its 2016 convention- party leaders say. [49]


Reagan aide Brady death a homicide
(Headline News )
The recent death of ex-White House aide James Brady is ruled a homicide- 33 years after he was wounded in a 1981 attempt on President Reagans life. [50]


Canada launches Arctic seabed quest
(Headline News )
Canada launches a mission to map the Arctic seabed to support its claim for oil-rich undersea territory up to the North Pole. [51]


US in new strikes on Iraq militants
(Headline News )
The US military says it has carried out four new air strikes on militants to defend Yazidi refugees trapped in mountains in northern Iraq. [52]


US trade deficit narrows in June
(Headline News )
The US trade deficit fell 7% to $41.5bn in June after a sharp drop in imports- figures from the Department of Commerce show. [53]


Could Iraq become Obamas war?
(Headline News )
Pundits examine the US role in the Middle East - and the presidents decision to act. [54]


VIDEO: Airport weapon check can be hacked
(Headline News )
Airport security screening technology is vulnerable to hacking- a security researcher has warned at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas. [55]


AUDIO: Mum: Why I left children in hot car
(Headline News )
A US mother defends her decision to leave her two young children in a hot car whilst she attended a job interview. [56]


VIDEO: NYs Little Liberia Ebola fears
(Headline News )
BBC News speaks to members of the largest Liberian community outside Monrovia in Staten Island- New York. [57]


VIDEO: Boring town and Dull village twinned
(Headline News )
Glenn Campbell meets Boring residents of a town in America that has a special relationship with Dull people in Scotland. [58]


VIDEO: John Kerry: IS action wake-up call
(Headline News )
US Secretary of State John Kerry has described the ongoing campaign by IS militants in Iraq as showing the warning signs of genocide. [59]


VIDEO: Can US secret serum cure Ebola?
(Headline News )
Alastair Leithead visits the San Diego research centre where a serum used on two US Ebola patients was developed. [60]


US porch killer guilty of murder
(Headline News )
A Detroit-area man is found guilty of second-degree murder for killing an unarmed black woman who banged on his door at night last year. [61]


US will not see Ebola outbreak
(Headline News )
The head of the US infectious disease agency- the CDC- says he is confident the US will not suffer a large outbreak of the deadly virus Ebola. [62]


Plagiarism row senator leaves race
(Headline News )
Democratic Montana Senator John Walsh drops his campaign for office amid allegations he plagiarised part of a university paper he wrote in 2007. [63]


Jonestown remains found in Delaware
(Headline News )
The cremated remains of nine victims of the 1978 mass cult suicide in Jonestown- Guyana- are found in a former funeral home in Delaware. [64]


Three US migrant shelters to close
(Headline News )
Three emergency shelters housing an influx of children from Central America who entered the US illegally will be closed because numbers are falling. [65]


Kerry: US investment helping Africa
(Headline News )
US investment in Africa is fighting extremism- bringing stability and improving Africans lives- US Secretary of State John Kerry tells the BBC. [66]


Fox withdraws bid for Time Warner
(Headline News )
Rupert Murdochs 21st Century Fox withdraws its bid to purchase US entertainment giant Time Warner for an estimated $80bn. [67]


How Ethiopians in the US cling onto their heritage
(Headline News )
How Ethiopian children in the US rediscover their roots [68]


More buck for your Big Bang Theory
(Headline News )
Are the cast of Big Bang Theory really worth $1m per epsiode? [69]


VIDEO: Sikhs stand up to bias after attack
(Headline News )
US Sikhs stand up to hate after mass shooting [70]


VIDEO: I believe you - its not your fault
(Headline News )
Its cat-calling- intimidating stares- a man reaching into a car [71]


VIDEO: Toulouse-Lautrecs Paris in New York
(Headline News )
Toulouse-Lautrec prints go on display at Museum of Modern Art [72]


Canada and EU agree trade deal
(Headline News )
Canada and the EU agree the final text for a free trade agreement that could provide a blueprint for a deal between the EU and US. [73]


Walgreens to buy up Alliance Boots
(Headline News )
High Street chemist Alliance Boots is to be bought up by US pharmacy giant Walgreens. [74]


Canadians warned over China dealings
(Headline News )
Two Canadians in China are named as suspects in an espionage case- highlighting the issue of spying between the two countries. [75]


VIDEO: China accuses couple of spying
(Headline News )
The Chinese authorities have accused a married Canadian couple of stealing state secrets concerning Chinas military and defence- according to state media. [76]


VIDEO: Breaking barriers in Iranian wrestling
(Headline News )
After becoming the first female team leader for the Greco-Roman wrestlers team in the US- Christina Kelley has been breaking barriers in Iran as well. [77]


VIDEO: Can US-Africa summit boost growth?
(Headline News )
The first ever US-Africa summit starts and one important issue for many African nations is the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act- which has benefitted one textile factory in Lesotho. [78]


VIDEO: Helicopter rescues US hikers
(Headline News )
Footage shows the dramatic rescue of two US hikers from mountains in California. [79]


VIDEO: US Ethiopians cling to their heritage
(Headline News )
Questions about identity and relations are on the minds of Ethiopians living in Washington. [80]


VIDEO: Injuries in Times Square bus crash
(Headline News )
Fourteen people were injured- three of them seriously- in a traffic accident involving two double-decker tour buses in Times Square in New York. [81]


VIDEO: US and Africa forge spiritual links
(Headline News )
US President Barack Obama will meet African heads of state later on Wednesday at a summit in Washington.- with trade- strengthening democracy and boosting security all on the agenda. [82]


Detroit porch killer testifies
(Headline News )
Theodore Wafer- who killed an unarmed woman on his suburban Detroit porch- testifies he fired because he refused to be a victim in his own home. [83]


Rabbis urge Cuba to free US prisoner
(Headline News )
A group of rabbis urge President Obama to secure the release of American Jewish contractor Alan Gross from a Cuban jail. [84]


China investigating Canada couple
(Headline News )
Chinese authorities are investigating a Dandong-based Canadian couple on suspicion of stealing state secrets- state media say. [85]


Hollywood movies lack diversity
(Headline News )
Hollywood blockbusters are failing to adequately represent the ethnic diversity of the US population- says a new study. [86]


US man executed by lethal injection
(Headline News )
Missouri puts a murderer to death by lethal injection- the first such execution in the US since controversy over the method erupted again last month. [87]


Ebola drug given to US aid workers
(Headline News )
US aid workers who contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia appear to be improving after receiving an experimental drug- officials say. [88]


US-Africa summit: What does Obama hope to achieve?
(Headline News )
What does Obama hope to achieve from his Africa summit? [89]


Colorados marijuana Green Rush
(Headline News )
On a limo-driven VIP pot tour in Colorado [90]


Conan OBrien brings Team Coco to the UK
(Headline News )
Conan OBrien takes his talk show - and hair - to the UK [91]


Being an atheist in the US
(Headline News )
Helping atheists to come out of the closet in the US [92]


The next silicon revolution?
(Headline News )
Could silicon be about to deliver yet another industrial revolution? [93]


Americans in N Korea plead for help
(Headline News )
Two American tourists charged with anti-state crimes in North Korea have appealed for the US government to help secure their release. [94]


US tortoise held after brief chase
(Headline News )
Police in Alhambra in greater Los Angeles recaptured a giant tortoise after a brief chase along city streets. [95]


Idol contestant Johns dies at 35
(Headline News )
American Idol finalist Michael Johns- who appeared on the seventh series of the TV singing contest- dies at the age of 35. [96]


US to send 50 experts to fight Ebola
(Headline News )
The US will surge its response to the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola by sending at least 50 public health experts to West Africa. [97]


VIDEO: Brockovich speaks out on birth control
(Headline News )
Erin Brockovich is among the leading voices claiming pharmaceutical giant Bayers Essure sterilisation procedure has injured thousands of women. [98]


AUDIO: Slenderman teen unfit to stand trial
(Headline News )
A 12-year-old girl- accused of stabbing a Wisconsin classmate to please a fictional online character- has been ruled mentally unfit to stand trial. [99]


VIDEO: Obama: We tortured some folks
(Headline News )
Barack Obama has admitted for the first time that the CIA did torture suspects after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York- as Tim Nielson reports. [100]


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