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Starting in Los Angeles, Body Scanners Come to Subways and Buses

Starting in Los Angeles, Body Scanners Come to Subways and Buses

A passenger at Union Station in Los Angeles is seen on a body scanner during a demonstration by the Transportation Security Administration on Tuesday.

Miss. man charged in shooting of Memphis officer

Miss. man charged in shooting of Memphis officer

A Mississippi man who was charged Tuesday with murder in the shootings of a Memphis police officer and another man told investigators he planned to use his military training to kill more officer...

Specter: A Democrat, and in between, a Republican

Specter: A Democrat, and in between, a Republican

As Arlen Specter leaves the Senate after 30 years, the one-time corruption-busting Philadelphia prosecutor and architect of the "single-bullet theory" of the John F. Kennedy assassination says h...

California Baby Tossed From Parking Structure; Mom Arrested

California Baby Tossed From Parking Structure; Mom Arrested

A Southern California mother whose 7-month-old son was tossed from the fourth-floor of a parking structure was arrested and booked for investigation of attempted murder, police said Tuesday.

US government defends tactics in WikiLeaks probe

US government defends tactics in WikiLeaks probe

Federal prosecutors on Tuesday defended as routine their efforts to obtain information on the accounts of at least four Twitter users as part of a criminal investigation into the release of secr...

Boehner signals compromise in budget talks

Boehner signals compromise in budget talks

House Speaker John Boehner signaled Thursday that a compromise is coming with Democrats on immediate cuts in government spending, noting that Democrats control the White House and the other half...

Airline attack suspect relying on lawyer in court

Airline attack suspect relying on lawyer in court

For the record, the man on trial for a failed attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound plane with a bomb in his underwear is acting as his own lawyer. In practice, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is relying...

Ariz escapee pleads not guilty to murder charges

Ariz escapee pleads not guilty to murder charges

An inmate has pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the deaths of an Oklahoma couple who were shot in New Mexico after the escape of three prisoners from an Arizona prison.

Military jet fighter crashes during training in NV

Military jet fighter crashes during training in NV

A spokesman for Nellis Air Force Base says a military jet fighter has crashed during training near Caliente, Nev.

Man Convicted in Racially Motivated Church Burning After Election

Man Convicted in Racially Motivated Church Burning After Election

A 26-year-old white man has been convicted in what prosecutors say was the racially motivated burning of a predominantly black Massachusetts church in the hours after Barack Obama was elected president in 2008.

Corker Says He Faced ‘Tough’ Decision in Supporting Republican Tax Bill

Corker Says He Faced ‘Tough’ Decision in Supporting Republican Tax Bill

Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee was active in the real estate business there before being elected and retains a financial stake in companies that could benefit from the tax bill’s changes.

Town known for '76 bus kidnapping defaults on bond

Town known for '76 bus kidnapping defaults on bond

A struggling California town best known for its dairies, prisons and sensational 1976 school bus kidnapping case has defaulted on a municipal revenue bond payment.

Corporate jet tax hike hits ailing plane makers

Corporate jet tax hike hits ailing plane makers

President Barack Obama aims at corporate fat cats when he calls for a tax increase on companies that own private jets. But he hits an American manufacturing industry that is just starting to show life after years of slumping sales and thousands of job losses.

Family struggled before in Texas welfare shooting

Family struggled before in Texas welfare shooting

In one of the poorest counties in the U.S., neighbors still pitied Rachelle Grimmer and her children. Grimmer would walk down the highway after midnight and beg closing crews at restaurants for ...

Thousands of Prisoners Could Be Released With Change in Sentencing for Crack-Cocaine

Thousands of Prisoners Could Be Released With Change in Sentencing for Crack-Cocaine

Darryl Flood thought he would have to wait until 2013 to get out of prison, more than a decade after he pleaded guilty to being part of a conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.

SC woman facing prison accuses US agent of rape

SC woman facing prison accuses US agent of rape

A South Carolina woman claims in court documents that a Secret Service agent raped her on a couch in his office when she was arrested on embezzlement charges and warned her not to tell anyone if she didn't want to get into bigger trouble.


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