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Boaters warned off Yellowstone after Exxon spill

Boaters warned off Yellowstone after Exxon spill

Boaters were warned to stay off an oil-fouled stretch of Montana's popular Yellowstone River on Friday, as lawmakers on Capitol Hill pressed regulators to bolster the country's pipeline safety r...

LA mayoral staffer accused of attacking officer

LA mayoral staffer accused of attacking officer

A staff member in the Los Angeles mayor's gang-reduction office has been arrested on suspicion of attacking police officers during a scuffle at a downtown nightclub.

Kentucky Teen Charged With Murder in Death of His Guardians

Kentucky Teen Charged With Murder in Death of His Guardians

A troubled 15-year-old shot and killed relatives who had taken him in because his mother could not control him, then stole their car and fled with the younger girlfriend they had ordered him not to see, police and family members said.

Theft of game hens could cost Ark. sheriff his job

Theft of game hens could cost Ark. sheriff his job

An Arkansas prosecutor says a sheriff should lose his job because he pleaded guilty to stealing Cornish game hens more than three decades ago.

Shutdown’s Crux: Democrats’ Deep-Rooted Distrust of G.O.P. on Immigration

Shutdown’s Crux: Democrats’ Deep-Rooted Distrust of G.O.P. on Immigration

Protesters who support protections for young immigrants demonstrated near the Capitol on Sunday evening.

Feds: Ex-judge should go to prison for drug crimes

Feds: Ex-judge should go to prison for drug crimes

Federal prosecutors say a former federal judge who pleaded guilty to two drug-related charges involving a stripper should serve at least 15 days in prison.

Suspects in Mass. slayings plead not guilty

Suspects in Mass. slayings plead not guilty

A ranking Hells Angels member in western Massachusetts and two acquaintances charged in a triple murder killed one of the victims to prevent him from testifying in a kidnapping and assault trial...

College reports show Loughner breakdown in 2010

College reports show Loughner breakdown in 2010

Police records from an Arizona community college show a year of turmoil for shooting suspect Jared Loughner and detail his increasingly erratic behavior that led to his suspension in September.

Oil settles lower as Egypt, supply worries retreat

Oil settles lower as Egypt, supply worries retreat

Oil prices fell Monday as investors shifted their focus from unrest in Egypt to the U.S. economy.

Ohio Man Gets 13 Years in Abortion-Gunpoint Case

Ohio Man Gets 13 Years in Abortion-Gunpoint Case

An Ohio man charged under a fetal homicide law has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for taking his pregnant girlfriend to an abortion clinic at gunpoint.

Cancer death rate gap widens based on education

Cancer death rate gap widens based on education

The gap in cancer death rates between college graduates and those who only went to high school is widening, the American Cancer Society reported Friday.

Testimony ends in Michael Jackson doctor trial

Testimony ends in Michael Jackson doctor trial

Michael Jackson's doctor finally made a decision he had long delayed, telling a judge Tuesday he would not testify in his involuntary manslaughter trial.

Fed agency approve Shell drilling plan for Arctic

Fed agency approve Shell drilling plan for Arctic

A key federal agency gave conditional approval Thursday to Shell Oil Co.'s plans to begin drilling in Arctic waters off Alaska's coast as early as next year.

Survey: CEOs plan to boost hiring, spending

Survey: CEOs plan to boost hiring, spending

A majority of America's largest companies are ready to step up hiring this year and more than 90 percent expect sales to improve, a new survey found.

Unemployment rates in cities in the South

Unemployment rates in cities in the South

Unemployment rates fell in three-quarters of large U.S. cities in October, a sign that the job market is picking up broadly across the country.

In twister's path, a struggle for survival

In twister's path, a struggle for survival

All morning at work, the boss' wife stared at the storm alerts flashing across the television screen and fretted. By 2:30 p.m., when they closed the restoration shop early and sent employees home, Jonathan Ford paid little mind to the sunshine overhead.


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