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- Stolen passports like those on Malaysia flight are common
- Searchers find debris that could be from missing Malaysian jet
- A river of black in NYC
- LeBron James drops the ball in Miami Heat's loss to Chicago Bulls
- 6.9 earthquake strikes off Northern California; no injuries reported
- 6.9 earthquake felt across Northern California, southern Oregon
- 6.9 earthquake in Northern California felt as long and slow
- Sinclair defense cites new emails in bid to get charges dropped
- Petit scratches - "He was so tired he wasn't thinking straight is what happened"
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News Story of the Day
Updated Mar 10, 07:45 AM
NEW YORK - The trial of Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and al-Qaida spokesman after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is resuming Monday with the airing of testimony from a London resident who says he participated in a 2001 shoe-bomb plot.
Some of the lawyers in the case flew to London on Friday to pose questions.
Prosecutors are using the testimony to try to show that Abu Ghaith knew of al-Qaida's plans when he promised in videotapes sent across the world in the weeks after the Sept. 11 attacks that "the storm of airplanes will not abate" against Americans and advised Muslims in America and Great Britain to stay off aircraft.
Sports Story of the Day
Updated Mar 10, 03:41 AM
DORAL, Fla. - Patrick Reed followed a big win with a bold comment.
And even having Tiger Woods just three shots behind and in the group head of him didn't keep Reed from wearing black pants and a red shirt.
He delivered a final round Sunday that even Woods could have appreciated.