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Ala. university shooting victims' kin sue official

Ala. university shooting victims' kin sue official

Attorneys representing the families of those killed in a shooting rampage last year at an Alabama university say they are suing a school official.

How Fed policymakers hold power over your purse

How Fed policymakers hold power over your purse

The Federal Reserve's chief policymaking group has vast power over the finances of ordinary people, businesses and investors. The consequences of its interest-rate decisions range wide: from people's ability to get affordable loans to the price of cereal at the grocery store or gasoline at the corner station.

A Flurry of Courts Have Ruled on Election Maps. Here’s What They’ve Said.

A Flurry of Courts Have Ruled on Election Maps. Here’s What They’ve Said.

Protesters stood outside the Supreme Court while holding signs against Wisconsin’s gerrymandering on Oct. 3.

Judge to Blagojevich: Stop smuggling in testimony

Judge to Blagojevich: Stop smuggling in testimony

An angry judge chastised ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Wednesday for "smuggling" testimony into his political corruption retrial that had previously been ruled inadmissible. ...

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested

Ex-C.I.A. Officer Suspected of Compromising Chinese Informants Is Arrested

China killed or imprisoned several C.I.A. informants in the country starting in 2010, unraveling the agency’s source network in a devastating setback for the C.I.A.

The Iguanas Falling From Trees in Florida? They Probably Aren’t Dead

The Iguanas Falling From Trees in Florida? They Probably Aren’t Dead

A stunned iguana in Boca Raton, Fla., on Thursday.

Some oil from sunken boat hits Seattle beach

Some oil from sunken boat hits Seattle beach

The Coast Guard said Friday evening that a "very small part" of a diesel fuel and oil spill from a 73-foot workboat that sank earlier in the day has reached a Seattle beach.

Birthing Centers for Chinese Women Looking to Have American Babies Uncovered in California

Birthing Centers for Chinese Women Looking to Have American Babies Uncovered in California

Authorities in California are investigating a crop of illegally converted maternity centers for Chinese women who come to the U.S. to give birth to American citizens, the Los Angeles Times reports. 

Apartments Are Stocked, Toys Donated. Only the Refugees Are Missing.

Apartments Are Stocked, Toys Donated. Only the Refugees Are Missing.

Ali Al Sudani of Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston stands near a stockpile of donations for refugees that have gone unused because so few refugees are coming.

The Trump White House Will Not Apologize About John McCain (or Much Else, Really)

The Trump White House Will Not Apologize About John McCain (or Much Else, Really)

Raj Shah, a White House spokesman, reinforced the idea on Monday that leaks coming from the White House, not the contents of an aide’s remarks, were the main source of frustration for the administration.

Philly duck boats idle on anniversary of accident

Philly duck boats idle on anniversary of accident

Ducks boats will be idle for the day in Philadelphia to mark the one-year anniversary of an accident that killed two Hungarian tourists.

Stolen 800-Pound Stuffed Bear Found in Pennsylvania

Stolen 800-Pound Stuffed Bear Found in Pennsylvania

An 800-pound stuffed bear that was stolen from a bar in southwestern Pennsylvania was located Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported.

Authorities: Man shot mayor who backed his parole

Authorities: Man shot mayor who backed his parole

A convicted killer who was out on parole is accused of shooting and critically wounding a northern Arkansas mayor who had written a letter in support of his release from prison.

Court rules against banks in pivotal mortgage case

Court rules against banks in pivotal mortgage case

The highest court in Massachusetts ruled against U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo & Co. Friday in a pivotal mortgage foreclosure case that could spark more turmoil and uncertainty in a housing m...

Police arrest suspected gunman in infant's death

Police arrest suspected gunman in infant's death

Police have arrested a 17-year-old suspected of being one of two gunmen who opened fired on a car in the San Francisco Bay area, killing a 3-month-old boy in an attack authorities said Monday was prompted by a case of mistaken identity.

$140G Pony Arrives Dead at New York Airport

$140G Pony Arrives Dead at New York Airport

A $140,000 horse being flown from Belgium to New York's John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport did not make it to the finish line alive, the New York Post reported Saturday.


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