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US Air Force plane crashes after flying over Barack Obama speech

The accident occurred about six miles (nine kilometers) from Peterson Air Force Base.

Russian anti-doping agency signs agreement with UK organisation

Russia`s anti-doping agency (RUSADA) and the United Kingdom`s national anti-doping organisation (UKAD) have signed a cooperation agreement, Russian sports minister`s adviser Natalia Zhelanova said on Monday.

Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting suspect to appear in court

 (Reuters) - The man accused of killing three people and wounding nine in a shooting rampage at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs was due to make his first court appearance on Monday by way of video link from jail.

Obama says `enough is enough` after latest deadly shooting

US President Barack Obama declared "enough is enough" and made an impassioned call for tighter controls on military-style weapons Saturday, a day after a gunman killed three people at a family planning center.

Suspect in Colorado shooting called loner who left few clues

Neighbors have offered the first details about the gunman in a deadly, five-hour standoff with police at a Planned Parenthood clinic, while President Barack Obama declared of the country's latest mass shooting, "This is not normal. We can't let it become normal."

Police name suspect in Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting

The gunman who stormed the clinic in central Colorado on Friday killed three people, including a police officer, and wounded nine others before surrendering after a standoff at the facility lasting several hours.

Several wounded in shooting at US family planning centre

Several people have been wounded when a shootout erupted between police and a gunman at a Planned Parenthood family planning centre in the US state of Colorado.

Ban Russia from Rio, doping group urges

Ban Russia from Rio, doping group urges

WADA's commission recommended Russia and its national governing body for athletics be banned.

Four dead, including suspected gunman, in Colorado Springs

Four people are dead, including a suspected gunman, following a shooting spree in downtown Colorado Springs.

4 dead, including suspected gunman, in Colorado Springs

Four people are dead, including a suspected gunman, following a shooting spree in downtown Colorado Springs.

US to stay engaged in the world: Biden

Pushing back calls for withdrawl from the International arena, US Vice President Joe Biden has said that America needs to stay engaged in the world, to lead and to be a force for positive change.

Facebook`s V-Day research tells you all about relationships

If you are looking for love, Facebook says Colorado Springs is the best city.

Wrestlers leave for US tourney sans Sushil; Yogeshwar doubtful

Olympic medallists Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt have opted out of travelling with the 10-strong Indian wrestling contingent, which will leave for the Dave Schultz Memorial International tournament in Colorado Springs from January 30 to February 1.

US boy dies after three years without a brain

Nickolas Coke, of Colorado, was born with only a brain stem, a condition known as anencephaly.

Obama visits wildfire-ravaged Colorado

US President Barack Obama visited Colorado after issuing a disaster declaration and promising federal funds.

Colorado wildfire rages; Obama to visit on Friday

More than 30,000 have been displaced by the fire in the Colorado`s second-biggest city.

Russia, US hold war games

The first ever joint Russia-US anti-terror military exercises on American soil were held at Fort Carson in Colorado.

I`ll never be a perfect President: Barack Obama

US President Barack Obama has told Americans that he is the man who keeps all his promises.

War in Afghanistan will end by 2014: Obama

Barack Obama challenged the Afghan policies of Mitt Romney, his prospective Republican challenger in the November Presidential Elections.

Russian soldiers to train at US Fort Carson

Lt Col Steve Osterholzer said the Russians will be escorted around the clock by US military officers.