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Texas board suspends license of vet who killed cat

A state panel Tuesday suspended the license of a Texas veterinarian who used a bow and arrow to kill a cat that had wandered onto the property where she lived and boasted of the kill online.

4 Culture-Building Lessons From Sam Walton's Legal Pad

Company culture isn't built in a boardroom.
Syria First Lady says she refused offer to leave the country

Syria First Lady says she refused offer to leave the country

The wife of Syrian President Bashar Assad said in a television interview broadcast Tuesday that she has declined offers to leave her country earlier in the now six-year-long war in return for safety
Burundi's president signs bill on withdrawal from the ICC

Burundi's president signs bill on withdrawal from the ICC

The president of Burundi has signed legislation to make Burundi the first country to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
Hungary's far-right Jobbik party wants to ban residency bond

Hungary's far-right Jobbik party wants to ban residency bond

Hungary's far-right Jobbik party said Tuesday it would only support the government's constitutional amendment opposing the mass settlement of migrants if it also bans a disputed arrangement offering
Mosul Today: Iraqi army advances as Turkey tensions rise

Mosul Today: Iraqi army advances as Turkey tensions rise

The pace of operations slowed on Tuesday as Iraqi forces began pushing toward larger villages and encountering civilian populations on the second day of a massive operation to retake the northern
Refugee crisis threatens Merkel's legacy

Refugee crisis threatens Merkel's legacy

It was anything but a show of unity in Dresden on Oct. 3, the Annual Day of German Unity, which marked the 26th anniversary of the reunification of East and West Germany.
7 dead as Somali troops fight al-Shabab in town near capital

7 dead as Somali troops fight al-Shabab in town near capital

Somali police say at least seven are dead after hours of clashes as Somali and African Union troops pushed back al-Shabab extremists from a town near Mogadishu.
Deal calls for delay Congo vote until early 2018

Deal calls for delay Congo vote until early 2018

An opposition leader in Congo says government and other negotiators have signed an agreement calling for the next presidential vote to be held in April 2018 — more than a year after President Joseph
In Mosul, residents report new terrors as Iraqi forces near

In Mosul, residents report new terrors as Iraqi forces near

On the eerily quiet streets of Mosul, fighters from the Islamic State group are killing suspected spies, blocking roads and planting bombs ahead of a showdown with Iraqi forces.
UN torture expert: No visit to Guantanamo before terms ends

UN torture expert: No visit to Guantanamo before terms ends

The U.N.'s special representative on torture expects he will end his six-year term without visiting the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Russian city cancels 'Jesus Christ Superstar' after protest

Russian city cancels 'Jesus Christ Superstar' after protest

A theater in one of Russia's largest cities has cancelled a planned performance of the musical "Jesus Christ Superstar" following protests by an organization of conservative Orthodox Christians.
Retaken villages show IS increasingly driven underground

Retaken villages show IS increasingly driven underground

This farming village east of Mosul was turned into a bunker during more than two years of Islamic State rule: A network of tunnels and cramped living quarters betrays an extremist group increasingly
Authorities: No terror link in brief Brussels hostage-taking

Authorities: No terror link in brief Brussels hostage-taking

A man has briefly held a group of people hostage in a supermarket in a Brussels suburb before surrendering to police.
In Mosul, residents report new terrors by ISIS as Iraqi forces near

In Mosul, residents report new terrors by ISIS as Iraqi forces near

On the eerily quiet streets of Mosul, fighters from the Islamic State group are killing suspected spies, blocking roads and planting bombs ahead of a showdown with Iraqi forces.

Why You've Got to Do Your Detective Work if You Want Your Small Business to Succeed

Understanding the analytics behind your marketing and researching your competition are two of the smartest things you can do to grow your business.

Multitasking Doesn't Work. Use This 100-Year-Old Method to Get Stuff Done.

The human brain can only focus on one important task at a time, and usually, such functions utilize the full extent of our mental abilities.
Planned Parenthood gunman says he's been forcibly medicated

Planned Parenthood gunman says he's been forcibly medicated

A man who killed three people and injured nine more in a shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs says he's been forcibly medicated while being held at the state psychiatric

The Content Marketing Arms Race -- to Participate or to Not Participate?

Creating content is one thing, promoting your content is the key to its effectiveness.

Long-time business correspondent Ali Velshi joining MSNBC

Long-time business correspondent Ali Velshi is joining MSNBC.