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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.

2nd man acquitted in fatal ground zero fire

2nd man acquitted in fatal ground zero fire

A construction company safety supervisor was acquitted Wednesday of all criminal charges in a blaze that killed two firefighters at a condemned ground zero building, a verdict that marked the se...

Mom charged with killing newborns on suicide watch

Mom charged with killing newborns on suicide watch

A Middle Tennessee mother charged in the death of her newborn twins has been placed on suicide watch, and her lawyer says she has been given medication for her mental state while in jail.

White House Wants Pentagon to Offer More Options on North Korea

White House Wants Pentagon to Offer More Options on North Korea

Many in the Trump administration argue a missile strike against North Korea could prevent nuclear war, but opponents of the strategy say it's a dangerous gamble.

U.S. Court Grants New Sentencing for Mumia Abu-Jamal

U.S. Court Grants New Sentencing for Mumia Abu-Jamal

A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered a new sentencing hearing for convicted police killer and death-row activist Mumia Abu-Jamal, finding for a second time that the death-penalty instructions given to the jury at his 1982 trial were potentially misleading.

SEC's timeline in alleged insider trading

SEC's timeline in alleged insider trading

The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a former Goldman Sachs board member, Rajat Gupta, with illegal insider trading. The SEC says Gupta passed confidential information about major ...

Must-Do for Florida’s Midterm Candidates: A Stop in Puerto Rico. Or Three.

Must-Do for Florida’s Midterm Candidates: A Stop in Puerto Rico. Or Three.

Senator Bill Nelson of Florida during a recent visit to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Holding political office in Florida increasingly requires trekking to the island, the former home of a growing number of Florida residents.

Kansas School Defends Decision to Kick Out Students Who Posed With Placenta

Kansas School Defends Decision to Kick Out Students Who Posed With Placenta

A junior college in suburban Kansas City is defending its decision to kick out four students who posed for photos with a human placenta.

Strauss-Kahn free after NY court ends sex case

Strauss-Kahn free after NY court ends sex case

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, his wife by his side, walked to a Manhattan courtroom through shouting protesters carrying signs that read: "Put the rapist on trial — not the victim."

They Bonded as the Pacific Crest Trail Burned. Now They Heal It.

They Bonded as the Pacific Crest Trail Burned. Now They Heal It.

Mark Beebe and Tara Prevo volunteered to help rebuild part of the Pacific Crest Trail heavily damaged by wildfires.

Search for 3 presumed dead in Kan. blast resuming

Search for 3 presumed dead in Kan. blast resuming

Distraught and anxious family members gathered Monday outside a Kansas grain elevator as authorities searched for three more people likely killed in a weekend blast that left three others dead.

First Ron Paul TV ad for 2012 race on debt

First Ron Paul TV ad for 2012 race on debt

Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul is using his first campaign television ad to promote his long-time opposition to raising the federal debt limit.

Fed survey: Growth slows across much of the US

Fed survey: Growth slows across much of the US

The economy worsened in about half the country earlier this summer because of weak home sales and signs of a slowdown in manufacturing.

3 Dead After Car Slams Into New Jersey School

3 Dead After Car Slams Into New Jersey School

Three people died after a car slammed into an elementary school in New Jersey Thursday

No charge in theft of relic from California church

No charge in theft of relic from California church

A woman who allegedly took a 780-year-old relic of St. Anthony from a Roman Catholic church in Southern California will not be prosecuted.

Body of Toddler Missing in Joplin, Missouri, Tornado Found at Morgue, Relatives Say

Body of Toddler Missing in Joplin, Missouri, Tornado Found at Morgue, Relatives Say

Family members of a toddler who disappeared in the Joplin tornado say the boy's body has been identified at a morgue.


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