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  • Smoke Subsides After Hazardous Rail Spill in Tennessee
  • World War II POWs From Colorado Get Long-Delayed Medals
  • Judge Rejects Ex-Goldman Board Member's Bid for Exoneration
  • 'Citizen of the Year' Gets 14 Years in California Fraud Case
  • Ex-Firefighter Who Responded on Sept. 11 Wins $5M in Lottery
  • Man Who Climbed Over White House Fence Gets Time Served
  • The Latest on Train Derailment: 5,000 Evacuated in Tennessee
  • Image Released of Girl Found Dead in Bag in Boston Harbor
  • Sex Offenders Sue, Cite Indiana's Religious Objections Law
  • Summer Is Sizzling: Heat Records Fall Across US West
  • Authorities: Suspect High on Meth During Arizona Killings
  • Kentucky Clerk Sued for Not Issuing Gay-Marriage Licenses
  • Body of Prison Escapee Released to New York Funeral Home
  • North Carolina Shark Attack Victim Says Fortunate to Survive
  • 4 Couples, ACLU, Sue Kentucky Clerk Who Won't Issue Gay-Marriage Licenses
  • Former California Tribal Head Sentenced in Casino Takeover
  • Honeymoon Is Over for Greek Couple Who Went Penniless in NYC
  • Police Bosses in 137-Shot Barrage Charged in Black Suburb
  • Fraternity Tied to Racist Chant Hires Diversity Director
  • UN Observers Say Burundi Elections Were Not Free
  • Boy Critical After Alleged Beating for Eating Cake
  • Vermont Man Found Guilty of Lying About War Gets New Trial
  • Oregon Ballpark Fire Blamed on Boys Playing With Fire
  • Yellowstone Bison Gore Woman, Injure Teen in Latest Run-Ins
  • Expert Says "Hit List" Was Written by Delaware Court Gunman
  • Yellowstone Loses Radio Frequencies Used to Track Wildlife
  • Plane Diverts to Ohio Airport After Alleged Threats by Flier
  • The Latest: Prison Escapee Stole Booze From Camp, Agent Says
  • Judge Awards $134M in Suit Over Death, Injury of Soldiers
  • Gimmicks and Technology: California Learns to Save Water
  • Pricey NYC Restaurant Settles Wage Violation Complaint
  • Police: No Evidence of Shooting at Washington Navy Yard
  • $18.7B Deal Clears Path for BP to Close Books on Gulf Spill
  • Virginia's Pamunkey Indian Tribe Granted Federal Recognition
  • Tornado Tosses Mobile Home 60 Feet, Injuring Montana Man
  • Wrongly Imprisoned Brothers Sues Detectives, Cleveland
  • Las Vegas-Area Couple Plead Not Guilty in Child Death Case
  • Suspect in DC Mansion Slayings Fires His Defense Attorneys
  • Jury Awards $2.9M After Man on Meth Dies in Police Custody
  • Feds: NYC Mailman's Scheme Delivers $1M in Bogus Tax Refunds
  • Owners of Popular Jersey Shore Pizzeria Admit Evading Taxes
  • Doctor: Theater Shooter's IQ Fell While He Was Jailed
  • Q&A: Defense Attorneys Try to Show Theater Shooter Insane
  • Police: Drunk Driver Crashes Into 1769 Cape Cod House
  • Church Shooting Suspect's Sister Raises Money for Wedding
  • Bond Granted for Release of Doctor Linked to Sen. Menendez
  • 1 Death Reported From Salmonella Outbreak at NC Restaurant
  • US Unemployment Falls to 7-Year Low, but Wages Are Flat
  • Flags Stir Intense Emotions, but Meaning Depends on Beholder
  • Last Funeral for Victim of Charleston Shooting in Columbia
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