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Train Carrying MH17 Bodies On Final Journey Reaches Ukraine City

A train carrying the remains of many of the 298 victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 arrived in a Ukrainian government-held city on Tuesday on the first leg of their final journey home to be reclaimed by their families. Five refrigerated wagons containing 200 body bags reached the city of Kharkiv after pro-Russian separatists agreed to hand over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian authorities and the bodies to the Netherlands, where many victims had lived. The train slowly rolled into the grounds of an arms industry plant, where the remains are due to be unloaded and flown to the Netherlands for the lengthy process of identification.


 
Train Carrying MH17 Bodies On Final Journey Reaches Ukraine City

A train carrying the remains of many of the 298 victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 arrived in a Ukrainian government-held city on Tuesday on the first leg of their final journey home to be reclaimed by their families. Five refrigerated wagons containing 200 body bags reached the city of Kharkiv after pro-Russian separatists agreed to hand over the plane's black boxes to Malaysian authorities and the bodies to the Netherlands, where many victims had lived. The train slowly rolled into the grounds of an arms industry plant, where the remains are due to be unloaded and flown to the Netherlands for the lengthy process of identification.


 
Stone Fruit Listeria Scare Causes Sweeping Recall

The Wawona Packing Company has issued a voluntary recall on the stone fruit it distributes due to a possible Listeria outbreak.
 
New Arrest Linked To Gun Used After Boston Attacks

People with knowledge of the investigation said Tuesday, a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is believed to have provided the handgun used to kill a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer during the manhunt. Stephen Silva made an initial appearance in federal court on charges related to heroin trafficking and possession of a handgun with an obliterated serial number. An attorney for Silva, Jonathan Shapiro, said Tuesday evening that he had received the case only a few hours earlier and was not in a position to comment.


 
Tsarnaev Friend Convicted Of Obstructing Boston Bombings Probe

A federal jury on Monday found a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty of obstructing the investigation into the 2013 attack. The jury found Azamat Tazhayakov guilty of obstructing justice and conspiring to obstruct justice, in connection with the removal of a backpack with potential evidence from Tsarnaev's dorm room after the bombings. Jurors indicated in a verdict questionnaire that they didn't believe a separate allegation, involving the removal of a laptop computer from the same dorm room, amounted to obstruction or conspiracy. But his attorneys said they'll appeal the verdict, maintaining that a different defendant was the one who removed the backpack and put it into a garbage bin.


 
Crews Make Gains On Massive Washington Wildfire

Firefighters were making progress Tuesday in their efforts to get the largest wildfire in Washington state's history under control, with wetter weather bringing some relief but also raising concerns about flash flooding. Fire spokeswoman Jessica Payne said, the Carlton Complex of fires, which has burned nearly 400 square miles in the north-central part of the state, was 16 percent contained as of Tuesday.


 
Orange Is The New Black Is Totally Ruining Real Life Prison Fashion So Much One Sheriff Is Banning What?!

Well this is just strange. A Michigan county sheriff is taking matters into his own hands to combat the popularity of a certain Netflix dramedy. Saginaw County, Michigan is switching its inmates from full-on orange jumpsuits back to the classic black-and-white stripes number. Sheriff William Federspiel noticed that orange-on-orange outfits are becoming increasingly popular due to the Emmy - nominated prison comedy.


 
No Place To Hide: Palestinians Run For Cover In Gaza

The United Nations said on Tuesday that civilians in densely-populated Gaza have no place to hide from Israel's military offensive and children are paying the heaviest price. Jens Laerke, spokesman of the U.N. Office for Humanitarian Assistance, told a news briefing in Geneva "There is literally no safe place for civilians." Laerke added that more than 500 people have been killed in the coastal enclave which has an estimated 4,500 people per square kilometer.


 
Pizza Hut Is Bringing A Giant Pizza Thrower To Comic-Con (No, Really)

It’s the eternal question for movies and other brands seeking to make an impression at San Diego Comic-Con: What can we do to get noticed? In the past, answers to that question have included “covering an entire hotel in a banner” and “constructing a massive temporary structure to convince people that they want to see Ender’s Game .” This year, however, Pizza Hut and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles might have found the ideal solution.
 
GAO Sting Finds It Easy To Fake It, Get Obamacare Premiums

The Government Accountability Office said Tuesday, eleven out of 12 fake applications for government-subsidized health insurance got through a verification process and the bogus beneficiaries are still covered. The GAO launched the sting to check to see how well the Obamacare process checks for counterfeit applications. The results were messy, GAO’s Seto Bagdoyan says in testimony prepared for a hearing Wednesday of the House Ways and Means oversight subcommittee. Bagdoyan, who directs GAO’s Forensic Audits and Investigative Service, said in testimony obtained by NBC News, “The federal marketplace approved coverage for 11 of our 12 fictitious applicants who initially applied online, or by telephone."


 
Obamacare subsidies explained in one minute

A federal appellate court ruling threatens to raise the price of health insurance for millions of Americans who bought through HealthCare.gov.
 
Obamacare subsidies explained in one minute

A federal appellate court ruling threatens to raise the price of health insurance for millions of Americans who bought through HealthCare.gov.
 
Isaiah Austin -- NBA Offered Me A Job ... AFTER I Finish My Degree

Isaiah Austin -- the projected 1st rounder who's dream to play in the NBA was dashed when he was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome -- tells TMZ Sports he's got an NBA job lined up ... just as soon as he gets his college degree. Austin -- who was ceremonially drafted by the NBA at the Draft back in June -- tells us Commisioner Adam Silver already hooked him up with a part-time gig with the league's NBA Cares program ... and promised full-time work once he gets his degree.


 
Gunfire Rings Out Near Military Base In Congos Capital: Witness

Gunfire rang out on Tuesday near a major military base in Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Kinshasa. A witness said the shooting began early afternoon near Camp Tshatshi but it was not immediately clear who was involved. Camp Tshatshi was the scene of fighting in December last year when gunmen also attacked state television and an airport in the capital. Kinshasa Governor Andre Kimbuta later said on state television that the 20 to 30 attackers were civilians but did not identify them.
 
U.S. House Passes Satellite TV Law Reauthorization Bill

House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to reauthorize a law allowing satellite providers such as Dish Network Corp and DirecTV to bring in TV signals from other markets when subscribers cannot pick up local stations. The legislation to reauthorize the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act, or STELA, for another five years passed by a voice vote. The Senate is expected to vote on its version of a bill, to be reconciled with the House legislation, later this year. The Senate Commerce Committee leaders have said they plan to introduce their legislation in September.


 
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