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  • Questions remain in officer-involved shooting at NSA

    Questions remain in officer-involved shooting at NSA

    Associated Press - 5 minutes ago
    Questions remain in officer-involved shooting at NSA

    FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — The warnings are strong and security is tight, but most drivers are versed in the routine as thousands of employees and contractors stream through the gates of the National Security Agency. …

  • AP PHOTOS: For Israeli teens, military is rite of passage

    AP PHOTOS: For Israeli teens, military is rite of passage

    Associated Press - 10 minutes ago
    AP PHOTOS: For Israeli teens, military is rite of passage

    YAKUM, Israel (AP) — Israeli high school seniors have more on their minds than prom and final exams. …

  • 'Rooney can set unbeatable England goal record'

    'Rooney can set unbeatable England goal record'

    GOAL.com - 27 minutes ago
    'Rooney can set unbeatable England goal record'

    The England captain is just two short of Sir Bobby Charlton's record of 49 - but Sir Geoff Hurst says the Manchester United striker needs to produce on the big stage …

  • Lucas Silva open to temporary Real Madrid exit

    Lucas Silva open to temporary Real Madrid exit

    GOAL.com - 33 minutes ago
    Lucas Silva open to temporary Real Madrid exit

    The Brazilian believes a spell away from the Santiago Bernabeu could help his first-team prospects in the long term …

  • New Zealand cricketer Vettori calls time on international career

    New Zealand cricketer Vettori calls time on international career

    AFP News - 51 minutes ago
    New Zealand cricketer Vettori calls time on international career

    Long-serving New Zealand cricketer Daniel Vettori called time on his international career Tuesday, saying the World Cup final was his last appearance for the Black Caps. "It was my last game for New Zealand so it was a lovely way to finish," the former captain told reporters as the team returned from Sunday's final to a heroes' welcome despite being beaten by seven wickets by Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. "Obviously it would've been great to win but I'm really proud of everyone …