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Tuesday, September 2, 2014 - 10:09am

Sophisticated Weather Satellite Rockets Into Orbit

The GOES satellite network tracks hurricanes and tornadoes, and monitors solar flares.

NYPD Say Brooklyn Day Care Used as Drug Haven

Police said Saturday they found 10 pounds of marijuana and $100,000 in cash in the basement of the Special Moments Daycare.

War of Words on Iran?

Ahmadinejad pledges 'crushing' response to further U.S. condemnation of Iran's crackdown on protesters, but question remains if Obama will take bait | VIDEO

Doctor Says He Was Michael Jackson's Friend

Dr. Conrad Murray, a Texas cardiologist who also is licensed to practice medicine in California, was hired by Jackson's concert promoter to oversee the singer's daily care

Ahmadinejad Vows to Make U.S. Regret Criticism of Election

Ahmadinejad — with his internal opponents virtually silenced — all but dared Obama to keep calling for an end to repression of demonstrators who claim the hardline leader stole re-election through massive fraud.

Jackson's Family Seeks 2nd Autopsy by Private Expert

The Los Angeles Coroner's Office told FOX News that such a move is quite unusual but authorities have no problems with the family's decision

U.S. Shifts Strategy to Quell Afghan Opium Drug Trade

The aim of the new policy: to deprive the Taliban of the tens of millions of dollars in drug revenues that are fueling its insurgency.

Israel Protests Opening of Parking Lot on Sabbath

In a major standoff near City Hall, several hundred Orthodox protesters in traditional black suits hurled rocks, garbage and glass bottles at police for several hours.

Iraq Nursing Program Crosses Social Barriers

A U.S. State Department reconstruction team is funding the Pink Program in Saqlawiyah, Iraq, training ten women as nursing aides, teaching them basic first aid and prenatal care for expectant mothers.