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Walter Carr struck out finding a ride, but he wasn’t about to miss his first day of work.
Cody Wilson settled a lawsuit with the State Department. Now Americans are free to download blueprints for 3-D-printed guns.
Through a fitness app called Polar, Dutch reporters were able track more than 6,460 U.S. government employees, including military and intelligence personnel.
Police allege that he committed three murders, an attempted murder and a home invasion since July 9.
The tiny land mass is the product of heightened activity at the Kilauea volcano on the Big Island.
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Disposal sites near drinking water will be allowed to operate for longer.
The move by NSA Director Paul Nakasone comes as Trump again dismisses findings of Russian culpability.
He is not entitled to a politically sympathetic jury, the judge ruled.
FERTILITY FRONTIER | Critics decrying forced parentage say the Arizona law is an attack on personal freedom.
A 47-year-old woman faces a rare charge of “ethnic intimidation” after neighbors told police they recorded her defacing the two-bedroom home.
Austin Beutner has been a success at many things but has no experience in education. Apparently his bosses don't think that matters.
She was stung more than 200 times but is expected to survive.
The move this week came in protest of the Trump administration's practice of separating immigrant families at the border, which it has since halted.
Survey shows broad bipartisan support for a number of measures intended to make it easier to vote.
St. Paul police said David Martinez posted a topless photo of his wife after he was served with a restraining order.
Higher temperatures, indoor and out, have been repeatedly shown to reduce academic performance.
The NAACP today lifted its nine-month travel advisory against American Airlines, after determining that the company has made progress in addressing concerns of mistreatment of black passengers.
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