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Jim Thorpe's body will stay in the Pennsylvania town where he was laid to rest six decades ago after a federal appeals court on Thursday threw out a ruling that could have resulted in his reburial on American Indian land in Oklahoma.

BRUSSELS — European Leaders have agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the 28-nation bloc to at least 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030.

ATLANTA — New federal Ebola response squads — likened to public health SWAT teams — are being readied to rush to any U.S. city where a new Ebola case might be identified, officials say.

BAMAKO, Mali — Mali reported its first case of Ebola late Thursday, marking a major setback for West African efforts to contain the deadly virus that now has affected six countries in the region and left nearly 5,000 dead.

OTTAWA, Ontario — He seemed lost, "did not fit in," had drug problems, and went more than five years without seeing his mother.

FREDERICK, Md. — An airplane and a helicopter collided in the air near an airport in Maryland on Thursday, killing three people and injuring two.

LONGVIEW, Wash. — Forecasters say a tornado has ripped down power lines and damaged property in Washington state.

NASHVILLE -- Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Ball said today the federal government should get out of the pot regulation business.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — An American video journalist who recovered from Ebola is home in Rhode Island.

PULASKI, Tenn. — Republican Gov. Bill Haslam on Thursday insisted that his decision this week to hold a public review of Common Core doesn't signal a retreat from the education standards in view of heavy criticism from teachers and tea party groups.

About 200 family, friends, TV and radio personalities, co-workers and former co-workers, politicians and listeners turned out at Engel Stadium today to say goodbye to Luther Masingill.

Unemployment in metropolitan Chattanooga declined last month by 0.9 percentage points to 6.4 percent — the lowest rate since May.

Cherokee County, Ala., authorities have named two Walker County, Ga., men in the killing of 39-year-old Billy Ingram at his home in the Farill community, not far from Weiss Lake.

PARIS — The teenage sisters told their father they were staying home sick from their suburban Denver school. Instead, they took $2,000 and their passports and headed off for Syria with a 16-year-old friend. They made it as far as Germany before border guards detained them for questioning.

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