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The Latest: Suspect in officer death pleads not…

The man suspected of killing a Massachusetts police officer as well as an innocent bystander has pleaded not guilty

San Antonio store owner's killer set for execution

A Texas death row inmate was set for execution Tuesday evening as lawyers argued in the courts that the state parole board improperly refused his clemency request because he's black

Oklahoma medical board lawyer charged with making…

The top lawyer at the Oklahoma State Department of Health who recently resigned now faces criminal charges after authorities said she sent threats to herself and then lied about it to investigators

Shooting erupts as Nicaraguan forces move into symbolic city

Nicaraguan national police and armed pro-government civilians are laying siege to a symbolically important neighborhood that has recently become a center of resistance to President Daniel Ortega's government

Trump administration seeks to stop 'climate kids' lawsuit

The Trump administration is trying to stop a lawsuit filed by young activists who say the government is failing to protect them from climate change

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Trump sheds light on his crucial Putin error

The US president was in the dark about why he faced a backlash - but can changing one word fix that?

How the Former Billionaire Known as 'Catwoman…

New York City socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein was once worth billions — but now her fortune has vanished.

Cool as a Cucumber? It Might Be Better to Be…

If you are job hunting, it might be better to be excited than to be calm. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

GAO: Less than half of school districts test…

Federal report says less than half of school districts test for lead in the drinking water

Woman sentenced to life as a juvenile released from prison

A woman whose was sentenced as a juvenile to life in prison without parole for capital murder has been released from prison after her sentence was shortened following U.S. and state supreme court rulings finding such sentences to be unconstitutional

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Fed Chairman Powell outlines risk of trade tariffs

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell delivered his semiannual testimony to Congress Tuesday and said that countries that have remained open to trade have grown faster than countries that have gone in a more protectionist direction.

The Latest: Suspect in killings had cut off ankle…

Investigators say a man suspected in at least three fatal Houston-area shootings was a parolee who had cut off an ankle monitor several days before the first killing he's accused of

'World Emoji Day' Is A Global Celebration For A…

World Emoji Day celebrates emoji as a universal form of communication.

APNewsBreak: Twitter suspended 58 million…

APNewsBreak: Twitter has suspended more than 58 million user accounts in the final three months of 2017, according to data obtained by The Associated Press

Bear tranquilized after taking dip in Los Angeles…

A large bear was hit with a tranquilizer dart after spending a few hours roaming a Los Angeles neighborhood and taking a dip in a backyard pool

Obstruction charge added against West Virginia…

A federal grand jury has added an obstruction of justice charge against a suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice already facing a 22-count indictment

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MGM sues Vegas mass shooting victims, argues it…

MGM Resorts International has sued hundreds of victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history in a bid to avoid liability for the gunfire that rained down from its Mandalay Bay casino-resort in Las Vegas

Russia's post-summit view: Praise for Putin, pity…

For Vladimir Putin, holding a summit with Donald Trump was a victory in itself

Report touts progress, but riot survivor blames…

Report touts progress, but Delaware prison riot survivor blames officials