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Probation for ESPN writer after Mass. wife attack

Probation for ESPN writer after Mass. wife attack

A senior writer for Bristol, Conn.-based ESPN has agreed to serve six months of probation on charges he assaulted his wife outside a pizza parlor in western Massachusetts.

HSBC halts US foreclosures over paperwork errors

HSBC halts US foreclosures over paperwork errors

HSBC Holdings PLC says it is suspending foreclosures in the U.S. after a government review of the lender's procedures revealed problems with the way it handled some home repossessions.

Manufacturing, inflation news sends stocks higher

Manufacturing, inflation news sends stocks higher

Stocks made modest gains Friday as encouraging signs on the economy overshadowed disappointing earnings from Google and Bank of America.

A Renewed View of Some of the World’s Oldest Trees

A Renewed View of Some of the World’s Oldest Trees

Charles Barth, left, and Andrea Cruden stood in the hollow of the Telescope Tree in the Mariposa Grove at Yosemite National Park.

Fatal shooting prompts outcry among Sikhs, Muslims

Fatal shooting prompts outcry among Sikhs, Muslims

Sikhs and Muslims say they will not be deterred after two elderly men were gunned down, one fatally, in a suburb south of California's state capital.

Police: Woman Accused of SUV Theft Said She Was Tired of Walking

Police: Woman Accused of SUV Theft Said She Was Tired of Walking

Police in Johnson City say a woman they arrested for stealing a car said she was cold and tired of walking.

AP Interview: Perry calls jobs record a big plus

AP Interview: Perry calls jobs record a big plus

Texas Gov. Rick Perry contended Monday he has the best economic record and executive experience in government of any Republican presidential candidate, contrasting his credentials with those of ...

Los Angeles Police Officer Shot on Domestic Violence Call

Los Angeles Police Officer Shot on Domestic Violence Call

Los Angeles police have fired tear gas into a San Fernando Valley home and traded gunfire with a man who's believed to have shot and critically wounded an officer.

2 Fort Bragg soldiers charged in teenager's death

2 Fort Bragg soldiers charged in teenager's death

The family of a 17-year-old boy whose slain body was found dumped in the woods near his home is searching for answers after a pair of soldiers at nearby Fort Bragg was charged with murder. ...

Va. teen held in Kuwait returns; questioned by FBI

Va. teen held in Kuwait returns; questioned by FBI

A Virginia teenager who claims he was beaten and tortured while stuck in Kuwait for a month after he was apparently placed on the U.S. government's no-fly list was reunited with his family at a ...

Fed still faces challenges keeping economy growing

Fed still faces challenges keeping economy growing

We may be into the second year of the economic recovery, but Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and his colleagues are still facing plenty of challenges as they try to keep a fragile expansion on track.

US to press economic cooperation in Asia-Pacific

US to press economic cooperation in Asia-Pacific

The United States will lead efforts for economic cooperation and lifting trade barriers in the Asia-Pacific region, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday.

Immigration Judges Express Fear That Sessions’s Policies Will Impede Their Work

Immigration Judges Express Fear That Sessions’s Policies Will Impede Their Work

Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s carrying out of his immigration agenda has reignited a long-running debate about the independence of immigration judges.

Condolences offered for NJ woman shot to death

Condolences offered for NJ woman shot to death

Condolences poured in for a New Jersey woman who was gunned down while she walked along a quiet street with her son and husband, who has admitted plotting the killing with another woman, authorities said.

10th Oklahoma Tornado Death Identified as 3-Year-Old Boy

10th Oklahoma Tornado Death Identified as 3-Year-Old Boy

Oklahoma authorities say a 3-year-old boy who went missing when a tornado struck his home earlier this week is the state's tenth storm-related fatality.

New Jersey Authorizes Free Beach Badges for Military

New Jersey Authorizes Free Beach Badges for Military

Towns at the Jersey shore now have the option to offer free or reduced-price beach badges to active duty military personnel and their families.


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