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Mission launched to see if oil remains on old ship

Mission launched to see if oil remains on old ship

Two weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese submarine launched a torpedo at an American oil tanker just off the California coast, sinking the ship and possibly 3 million gallons of cr...

Attacks Reveal What U.S. Won’t: Victory Remains Elusive in Afghanistan

Attacks Reveal What U.S. Won’t: Victory Remains Elusive in Afghanistan

United States troops flying over Kabul in September. President Trump announced the addition of more American troops to the nearly 17-year battle in August.

S. Dakota Residents Evacuate Ahead of Dam Releases

S. Dakota Residents Evacuate Ahead of Dam Releases

Flood-threatened neighborhoods of the South Dakota capital and its sister city across the swollen Missouri River largely emptied on Thursday as residents heeded calls to leave for higher ground ahead of the planned release of water from upstream dams.

Ohio deputies: Woman sprayed us with breast milk

Ohio deputies: Woman sprayed us with breast milk

A central Ohio woman accused of spraying sheriff's deputies with breast milk is facing charges including disorderly conduct. The Delaware County sheriff's office says deputies responded to a call about a domestic dispute early Saturday, and a man told them his wife was drinking at a wedding and hit him before locking herself in a car.

Severed Finger Leads Florida Police to Suspected Arsonist

Severed Finger Leads Florida Police to Suspected Arsonist

A piece of a severed finger inside a glove led police to a suspected arsonist.

Stocks fall again as Europe's debt worries deepen

Stocks fall again as Europe's debt worries deepen

Europe's debt problems rumbled through global financial markets again Tuesday.

Republicans block Senate disaster aid bill

Republicans block Senate disaster aid bill

Republicans blocked an effort Monday by Senate Democrats to quickly pass a $7 billion aid package for victims of recent natural disasters like Hurricane Irene, tornadoes in the Midwest and the South and floods along the Mississippi, Missouri and other rivers.

FEC attorneys urged finding against O'Donnell

FEC attorneys urged finding against O'Donnell

Republican members of the Federal Election Commission voted to end a probe of former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, even though staff attorneys concluded there was reason to believe that the Delaware Republican and her campaign violated federal election laws, newly released records show.

Ill. man pleads guilty in NYC Internet poker case

Ill. man pleads guilty in NYC Internet poker case

A Chicago man pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges Monday, admitting that he helped Internet poker companies find banks to process millions of dollars in gambling proceeds even though he knew it...

Coroner: Cold exposure killed missing Illinois mom

Coroner: Cold exposure killed missing Illinois mom

A mother who was missing for weeks after fleeing a car crash that killed her husband in northern Illinois died from exposure to the cold.

Police checking suspicious item on Miami flight

Police checking suspicious item on Miami flight

A bomb squad is investigating an American Airlines flight from Brazil that landed in Miami.

Summoned by a Prank Call, Police in Wichita Kill a Man at His Front Door

Summoned by a Prank Call, Police in Wichita Kill a Man at His Front Door

Officers in Wichita, Kan., responded to a false report of a hostage situation on Thursday, and fatally shot a man believed to be a victim of a prank.

NYPD Cop Intervenes in Scuffle on JetBlue Flight

NYPD Cop Intervenes in Scuffle on JetBlue Flight

An off-duty New York City police officer subdued and handcuffed an intoxicated passenger who attacked a flight attendant during a scuffle on board a JetBlue plane.

F-15 crashes north of Las Vegas; no injuries

F-15 crashes north of Las Vegas; no injuries

An Air Force fighter jet crashed in a sparsely populated part of southern Nevada on Monday, but the pilot was able to eject from the aircraft and didn't suffer any injuries, authorities said.

Man says charges in KC airport bomb hoax 'absurd'

Man says charges in KC airport bomb hoax 'absurd'

Anthony Falco Jr. professed his love for America and at one point mumbled the word "lies" as he was charged with trying to take a fake bomb through a security checkpoint at Kansas City Internati...

SPIN METER: Industry jobs studies are imprecise

SPIN METER: Industry jobs studies are imprecise

Industry officials say with confidence that 7.3 million jobs will disappear if the Obama administration goes through with tighter rules to reduce smog. The industry-sponsored researcher who came up with that number isn't so sure.


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