The Brief

Ray Tensing

Former Campus Cop Makes Bail And Is Released from Jail

Ray Tensing posted 10 percent of his $1 million bail, according to the Hamilton County Clerk's office, not long after pleading not guilty to murder and involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 43-year-old Sam DuBose

Missing Malaysia Plane

What to Know About the New Malaysia Airlines Clue

An Australian official has warned not to jump to conclusions about a 9-by-3-ft. piece of flotsam that washed up on the French island of Reunion, a discovery many are saying may be debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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Uber Wants Your Parents to Be Drivers

Agism might be rampant in Silicon Valley, but some of the Bay Area's leading companies are now actively trying to engage the senior crowd, recognizing the huge potential of experienced workers and responsible adults

Ultra Orthodox Jew Yishai Schlissel is detained by plain-clothes police officers after he stabbed people during a gay pride parade in Jerusalem on July 30, 2015.

Jewish Man Stabs 6 at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade

An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man stabbed six at Jerusalem's annual gay pride parade, Israeli police and witnesses said. The alleged attacker, Yishai Schlissel, was recently released from prison after being jailed for another stabbing at a gay pride parade in 2005

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U.S. Economy Bounces Back from Weak 2015 Start

The Commerce Department said the gross domestic product grew at a 2.3 percent annual rate in the 3 months from April to June. It also said GDP in the first quarter grew 0.6 percent instead of shrinking at a 0.2 percent pace

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Hillary Clinton Losing Strength in New National Polling

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's poll numbers are continuing to fall six weeks after setting her candidacy into high gear, according to a new poll. Clinton has seen an erosion in public approval across nearly every key metric

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Nigeria Frees More than 50 People From Boko Haram

The military raided two jihadist camps in Bornoas part of an ongoing offensive against the group, rescuing 29 women, 25 children and five elderly men from the camps. A spokesperson for the Nigerian army said that some Boko Haram members were killed in the process