10 things to know for Monday, Aug. 18: Missouri govenor sends National Guard to Ferguson
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The decision comes hours after police used tear gas once again to clear protesters demonstrating against the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman.
The pontiff called on Koreans--from the North and the South--to reject confrontation and find ways to forge peace on the war-divided peninsula and acknowledged the plight of wartime "comfort women" in his final Mass.
Israeli troops demolished the Hebron homes of two Palestinian militants suspected in the abduction and killing of three teenagers in June.
A 10-year analysis finds slightly more children are afflicted with handicaps, with poorer ones still bearing a disproportionate burden.
Kurdish forces, backed by U.S. and Iraqi airstrikes, wrested back part of Mosul Dam from Islamic militants who had captured it less than two weeks ago.
The Texas governor is visiting three early-voting states in the 2016 primaries in the next two weeks despite an indictment over two felony counts of abuse of power.
Ukraine's national security council said government forces captured a district police station in Luhansk in what could be a breakthrough development.
Bourbon production is topping 5 million barrels for the first time since 1977, according to the Kentucky Distillers' Association.
Life is brought to a standstill in Islamabad as tens of thousands of people are demonstrating to oust the current government.
Florida State, the defending national champion, is preseason No. 1 for the sixth time.