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Police kill rampaging chimpanzee after Las Vegas escape


Authorities say they had no choice but to kill one rampaging chimpanzee and tranquilize another after the primates escaped a Las Vegas-area backyard and tore through a neighborhood, pounding on cars a

Bradley scores decision win over Pacquiao

Timothy Bradley promised to shock, though the biggest shock in his fight with Manny Pacquiao came from the judges' scorecards.

In a fight Pacquiao seemed to have in hand, two judges decided otherwise

US judge rules killer dog can be euthanised

Animal control officials got a go-ahead from a Nevada state court judge to euthanise a 54-kilogram dog that fatally mauled a 1-year-old boy at home, despite efforts by a New York-based rescue group to

Cisco outlook underwhelms, economy fears persist


Cisco Systems Inc forecast quarterly earnings below Wall Street's expectations, accentuating concerns about global technology spending and the network equipment maker's ability to weather persistent e

Doctor rolls out 'Hangover Heaven' on Vegas Strip


He had a Las Vegas wedding to attend, but Bryan Dalia was hung over from some marathon partying the night before.

"I did two bachelor parties, back-to-back," Dalia said, putting his hand to his foreh

Tyson in punchy show on stage

Fighting legend Mike Tyson has swapped the boxing ring for the cabaret stage, in a new one-man show which pulls few punches in recounting the ups and downs of his roller-coaster life.

US plane in emergency landing after pilot rant

A US airliner made an emergency landing in Texas on Tuesday after the pilot, shouting about Al-Qaeda and bomb threats, had to be restrained by passengers, officials and reports said.

The JetBlue flig

Romney wins big in Nevada, Gingrich battles for second


Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney romped to victory in the Nevada caucuses on Saturday, US media predicted, cementing him as frontrunner to take on President Barack Obama in November.

And fo

Donald Trump backs Mitt Romney in the race for nomination


After stumbling with remarks suggesting he was indifferent to America's poor, Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney was endorsed on Thursday by one of the country's most famous wealthy businessme

Italian priest rings church bells in debt crisis protest

An Italian Catholic priest disgusted by the effects of unfettered capitalism said on Wednesday that he has decided to ring his church's bells at stock market closing time every day in protest.


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