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  • US Gas Prices Jump 13 Cents a Gallon; Could Go Slightly Up
  • Union: Judge Won't Dismiss Officer's Manslaughter Case
  • Family, Friends in Baltimore Mourn Death of Arrested Man
  • Officer Reunited With Newborn He Found in Dumpster in 1989
  • Girl With Leukemia Dismissed From School Offered Return
  • Professor 'Mortified' After Sending Porn Link to Students
  • Dog Reunited With Utah Family After 2 Years Apart
  • The Latest: Baltimore Mayor Calls for Peace After Protests
  • Centenary of 1.5 Million Armenian Deaths Marked in NYC
  • Utah Couple Married 74 Years Dies Within Hours of Each Other
  • As Nuclear Powers Meet, NYC Rally Demands End to Weapons
  • Photographer Says Baltimore Police Beat Him During Protest
  • Arizona Man Arrested for 3 Slayings in 15-Year-Old Cold Case
  • Corinthian Colleges to Shut Down All 28 Remaining Campuses
  • New Mexico Lobbying to Be Storage Site for Nuclear Waste
  • Police Suspect 4 Kids Locked in Basement Overnight
  • Coast Guard: Second Body Found in Alabama Waters, 5 Missing
  • How to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims
  • Ex-Ranger's Long March to Honor WWII Hero
  • Ohio in a Minority as High Court Weighs Same-Sex Marriage
  • Storied NYC College Awaits Results of Attorney General Probe
  • Late Spring Complicates Already Perilous Amphibian Migration
  • Correction: Nepal-Earthquake Warning Story
  • Expert: Lift Accidents Like One at Sugarloaf Are Rare
  • NYPD's Bratton: Less Tension Between City Officials, Union
  • Technology and Outdoor Sports Converge at Drone Conference
  • FBI Director, Sen. Leahy, Give Details of Louis Freeh Crash
  • Internet Billionaires Face off in Renewed Texas Space Race
  • Guide to the Colorado Theater Shooting Trial
  • Boston Marathon Bomber's Lawyers Prepare Case for Life
  • Key Events in Path to Trial for Colorado Theater Shooter
  • 'Batman' Killer Studied Brain Disorders Before Mass Murder
  • Lean Year for New England Cod Ahead as Shutdown Looms
  • Washington Everest Team Loses Medic as Result of Avalanche
  • Baltimore Marchers Stage 'Die-In' Proesting Police-Custody Death
  • Coast Guard Says 1 Sailor Rescued After Boats Capsize in Alabama Waters; 4 Still Missing
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  • A Dozen Arrested as Freddie Gray Protests Turn Violent
  • Coast Guard Searches for 5 People Missing in Alabama Waters After Sailboats Capsize in Storm
  • Remains of Michigan Woman Last Seen at Halloween Party Found
  • Marathon Bomber Trial Casts Focus on Boston Muslims
  • In 1st Public Remarks, Freddie Gray's Sister Appeals for Baltimore Protesters to Stop Violence
  • Teen, Missing for 4 Days, Lived off School's Fruit Trees
  • Search Goes on for Missing Fisherman; Was Rescued Last Year
  • Autopsy: Indiana University Student Died From Head Injuries
  • Teen's Life Celebrated on Anniversary of Prom-Day Stabbing
  • Ex-Oklahoma Investigator Accused of Lying About Credentials
  • Nephew Killed as People Gather for Homicide Victim's Funeral
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