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U.S. Homebuilders Less Pessimistic in October

U.S. Homebuilders Less Pessimistic in October

U.S. homebuilders are a less pessimistic about the struggling housing market, but not enough to signal a recovery any time soon.

Cornell releases rare images of extinct woodpecker

Cornell releases rare images of extinct woodpecker

The giant imperial woodpecker is believed to be long extinct, but scientists are now able to study the majestic bird's foraging behavior and flight pattern in a rare segment of film discovered by Cornell University researchers.

Late rally pushes stocks higher; 2nd gain in Sept.

Late rally pushes stocks higher; 2nd gain in Sept.

A late afternoon rally pushed the stock market higher for only the second day this month. Major indexes spent most of Monday lower as investors worried that Greece could be edging closer to defa...

Church van overturns in Tenn., killing teen

Church van overturns in Tenn., killing teen

Authorities say a church van returning from a youth outing overturned on an interstate off-ramp in Tennessee, killing a teenage girl and injuring several others.

Tables turn on Murdoch as scandal rocks his empire

Tables turn on Murdoch as scandal rocks his empire

To his many enemies, Rupert Murdoch is getting his comeuppance.

102 mph Ticket Dismissed For Man Driving Pregnant Wife to Hospital in New Hampshire

102 mph Ticket Dismissed For Man Driving Pregnant Wife to Hospital in New Hampshire

A Londonderry, N.H., man appeared in court yesterday to face charges of excessive speeding to get his pregnant wife to the hospital.

Nikolas Cruz, Florida Shooting Suspect, Showed ‘Every Red Flag’

Nikolas Cruz, Florida Shooting Suspect, Showed ‘Every Red Flag’

Nikolas Cruz, shown with a public defender, was ordered to be held in jail without bond.

NJ Woman Charged With Setting Boyfriend on Fire

NJ Woman Charged With Setting Boyfriend on Fire

A Camden County, N.J., woman was in police custody Saturday charged with setting her boyfriend on fire on New Year's Eve.

Underground miner killed in eastern Kentucky

Underground miner killed in eastern Kentucky

A foreman has been killed at an underground mine in eastern Kentucky in the third mine-related fatality in the state in 10 days.

NYC Grandmother Pleads Guilty in Voodoo Ritual

NYC Grandmother Pleads Guilty in Voodoo Ritual

A New York City grandmother of a 6-year-old girl severely burned in a voodoo ritual has admitted she did nothing to stop it.

After Florida Shooting, Trump Focuses on Mental Health Over Guns

After Florida Shooting, Trump Focuses on Mental Health Over Guns

President Trump addressed the nation from the White House on Thursday.

Report: Students don't know much about US history

Report: Students don't know much about US history

U.S. students don't know much about American history.

A Shut Down Government Actually Costs More Than an Open One

A Shut Down Government Actually Costs More Than an Open One

A sign saying "Campgrounds Closed" was on the road by the entrance to Joshua Tree National Park in California on Tuesday.

Barges Break Loose, Hit Bridge on Mississippi River

Barges Break Loose, Hit Bridge on Mississippi River

A major highway linking Mississippi to Louisiana was shut down for a time after several loaded barges broke that broke loose from a tow struck bridges over the flood-swollen Mississippi River.

Fed. court upholds ex-Ill. Gov. Ryan's convictions

Fed. court upholds ex-Ill. Gov. Ryan's convictions

A federal appeals court has upheld former Illinois Gov. George Ryan's corruption convictions.

Unemployment fell in fewer than half US states

Unemployment fell in fewer than half US states

Unemployment rates fell in fewer than half of U.S. states, evidence that slower hiring has affected many parts of the country.


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