Around the World in 60 Seconds: Today’s top headlines


Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for March 2, 2015.

Bystander films LAPD shooting; police investigating

A bystander captured dramatic video of a fatal police shooting in Los Angeles, the latest high-profile incident where police used lethal force. The bystander was perplexed that four officers couldn't subdue the man and resorted to shooting him. Police said Monday the man reached for the officer's weapon.

[Read more from the Los Angeles Times]

Nurse who contracted Ebola suing Texas hospital

Nina Pham, a nurse who became the first person to contract Ebola in the United States, is suing the hospital where she got infected, saying the hospital's parent company made her "a symbol of corporate neglect – a casualty of a hospital system's failure to prepare for a known and impending medical crisis."

[Read more from The Dallas Morning News]

Israel PM warns Obama on Iran nuclear deal

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the U.S. that a nuclear deal it's negotiating with Iran could threaten Israel's survival, and felt he had a "moral obligation" to speak up about the deep differences with President Obama on the issue. Netanyahu is set to address Congress Tuesday.

[Read more from Reuters]

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Klobuchar and Trump

Klobuchar reacts to report Trump plotted against his attorney general

The NYT story alleges further tactics to overturn the election.

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Snowy Saturday: Here's how much snow is forecast in Minnesota

Snow will reach the metro area by the early afternoon.

Cam Talbot

Wild improve to 4-1 with victory over Dubnyk, Sharks

The 4-1 win gives the Wild four victories in five games to start the season.

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Daughter of MN Supreme Court Justice, Allina Health CEO found dead in Iowa

The 21-year-old was found dead in the parking lot of a sorority, according to police.

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Federal charges: MN marijuana lobbyist threatened U.S. representative

"I want you to be as scared as possible," the voicemail allegedly says.

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Wisconsin Republicans aim to end governor's mask mandate

They've introduced a resolution to remove the governor's emergency powers.

Ted Schweich

Community group hopes to install billboard to get neighbor a kidney

A group called "Team Ted" aims to raise $5,000 to find their friend a kidney donor.

Andrew Palmer

Charges: Coach raped teenage girl on Minnesota basketball team

The 33-year-old head coach has been charged in connection to the alleged crimes.

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WCCO Radio's program director leaves the company

It's not clear why John Hanson and the station parted ways.