Machines that can produce a DNA profile in less than two hours, rather than the days or weeks it takes in a lab, are being used by police around the country, and the bureau wants to link them to the national DNA database.
“We are living in an age of historical reckoning,” Southern Baptist leader R. Albert Mohler Jr. said.
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The National Weather Service believes chaff, a countermeasure designed to confuse radar, was released by an aircraft. (NWS Paducah)
The National Weather Service said it wasn't precipitation. The blob eventually broke up over western Kentucky.

Tensions are high in the nation's second-largest school system.

"This is an outcome that I really, truly, in my heart didn’t think would happen,” Gov. Jim Justice told reporters, calling the rescue “a Christmas blessing.”

Donna Alexander had been a lifelong advocate against domestic abuse, according to her father.

A discovery in October solved one 57-year-old mystery for a Long Island family. Now they face another troubling question.

“I’ve been put through extra security checks 3 times this week, and was just told by a TSA agent it’s because my name is on a list,” France tweeted.

Doing so is “inherently deceitful,” according to etiquette experts.

Some government officials join outside activists in questioning federal funding.

A yellow spray-painted message read, “I want Jexit!”

School bullies “curse at him, they call him an idiot, they call him stupid,” the student's mother told reporters.

Bethesda’s Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church is protecting Rosa Gutierrez Lopez while she fights her immigration case.

Supporters have collected more than 10,000 signatures asking the governor of Arizona to grant Pablos a pardon.

The former national security adviser will be sentenced next week for lying to the bureau over his conversations in late 2016 with the Russian ambassador.

Here's what made it a sensation in the first place -- and why it went out of favor.

After five days in jail, Jazmine Headley, 23, was released Tuesday night.

Susan Bro’s comment was prompted by a question about the president's reaction to the violence in Charlottesville.

In its annual report, Everytown said that 150 of the 196 candidates endorsed by its political arm in the midterm elections won seats.

The Geminids promise to be the best meteor shower of the year, if the weather cooperates.

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A 4.4-magnitude earthquake and aftershock hit Tennessee and was felt more than 150 miles away in Atlanta.

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