'Yes' campaigners gather for a rally in George Square, Glasgow, Scotland on Sept. 17, 2014.
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From a referendum in Scotland to a Benghazi hearing in Washington, this week was packed with breaking news. Did you stay informed? 

More than 90% of the electorate turned out at the polls in some cities. 

The company released a statement apologizing for “any offense our Vintage Kent State Sweatshirt may have caused.” It continued, “It was never our intention to allude to the tragic events that took place at Kent State in 1970 and we are extremely saddened that this item was perceived as such.”

Some of the funds will be used to construct 17 new treatment centers to help 400,000 families protect themselves from the deadly virus. 

The extension gives the panel more time to hear evidence and determine whether to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.

This is one of the most heated races in the country, and the opponent responded with an ad of his own.

This hotel chain is just the tip of the iceberg in the NFL’s growing sponsorship problem.

Lawmakers held another hearing this week on the 2012 killings of four Americans at the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya. 

Democrats have aggressively stoked skepticism about the panel. As the hearing began, they unveiled a website, “Bengahzi on the Record: Asked and Answered.”

Board members plan to share the recommendations with the president and first lady by early next year.

Despite this comment, President Obama insisted again on Wednesday that the U.S. will not send ground troops to fight ISIS.

Prosecutors accused the man of supporting the Islamic State from December 2013 till May 2014. Authorities began investigating Elfgeeh after a series of anti-American tweets pointed to an evident allegiance to al-Qaida.

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