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Court Hearing for 4 Charged After Fatal Snake Bite in Tennessee

Court Hearing for 4 Charged After Fatal Snake Bite in Tennessee

A snake enthusiast and three other men arrested after a fatal copperhead bite in southeastern Tennessee go to court facing misdemeanor charges of violating a ban on possessing, housing and transporting wildlife that is native to the state.

UNC Wilmington Issues Alert of Gunman on Campus

UNC Wilmington Issues Alert of Gunman on Campus

Wilmington police say they're hunting for a man on the campus of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington campus who robbed four people at gunpoint.

The Chef José Andrés Has a New Bone to Pick With the Trumps

The Chef José Andrés Has a New Bone to Pick With the Trumps

“I had nothing to do with anything that transpired relating to him last night at the restaurant,” Ivanka Trump said of the chef José Andrés.

Justice Dept. Won’t Be Extorted, Rosenstein Warns Republicans

Justice Dept. Won’t Be Extorted, Rosenstein Warns Republicans

Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, said at the Newseum on Tuesday that “there have been people who have been making threats, privately and publicly, against me for quite some time.”

Why Wall Street still says buy, and you shouldn't

Why Wall Street still says buy, and you shouldn't

What's the difference between an ostrich and a Wall Street analyst? An ostrich occasionally takes its head out of the sand.

Coast Guard closes stretch of Mississippi

Coast Guard closes stretch of Mississippi

Children played in front yards and neighbors chatted under a cloudless sky Friday in a south Memphis neighborhood, yards away from the rising water of the Nonconnah Creek.

NC woman charged with buttocks injections gone bad

NC woman charged with buttocks injections gone bad

A woman on probation for performing buttocks-enhancing injections that left three women with kidney failure in 2008 has been charged with allegedly injecting an exotic dancer's backside with a d...

FBI: Man Seeking Ohio Job Faked Being Army General

FBI: Man Seeking Ohio Job Faked Being Army General

Federal authorities allege a West Virginia man who applied for a job with an Ohio company pretended to be a major general with the U.S. Army and listed the Army chief of staff as a reference on his resume.

Car dealers fear economy could scare off buyers

Car dealers fear economy could scare off buyers

Jeff Swanson was in the market for a new car just a few weeks ago. Then the stock market went crazy.

NYC Lawsuit Over Photos Seeks to Recreate Wedding That Ended in Divorce

NYC Lawsuit Over Photos Seeks to Recreate Wedding That Ended in Divorce

A New York City man has filed a lawsuit seeking $48,000 to recreate his 2003 wedding, even though the marriage ended in divorce.

Wind-driven wildfires prompt more evacuations

Wind-driven wildfires prompt more evacuations

The wind kicked up as predicted Friday and temperatures soared around the West as firefighters toiled to keep more homes, dry forests and stretches of high desert from being consumed by several ...

How Anti-Immigration Passion Was Inflamed From the Fringe

How Anti-Immigration Passion Was Inflamed From the Fringe

Stephen Miller, President Trump’s top policy adviser, has championed the administration’s “zero tolerance” approach to illegal immigration.

Texas wildfire victims wondering where Perry is

Texas wildfire victims wondering where Perry is

Residents affected by a devastating Central Texas wildfire are growing impatient with state officials and questioning why Gov. Rick Perry hasn't spent more time there.

Darrell Issa, a California Republican, Will Not Seek Re-election to House

Darrell Issa, a California Republican, Will Not Seek Re-election to House

The hard-edge partisanship of Representative Darrell Issa, Republican of California, had begun to wear on a district that is affluent and increasingly moderate.

Resentence set for NY rabbi who molested daughter

Resentence set for NY rabbi who molested daughter

A federal appeals court has ordered a resentencing of a New York rabbi convicted of molesting his daughter after it tossed out one of the five counts against him.

Amid deficit gloom, some states enjoy surpluses

Amid deficit gloom, some states enjoy surpluses

The budget questions that sent Alaska lawmakers into special session this year had nothing to do with austerity measures or disagreements over cuts to state agencies or programs.


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