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Veteran congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard says police should not act like military

Veteran congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard says police should not act like military

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, one of the first female veterans ever elected to Congress, had tough words for the state of policing in the U.S.
Gabrielle Levy
New poll finds swing to the Democrats in party's northeast stronghold

New poll finds swing to the Democrats in party's northeast stronghold

Support for Democrats in the mid-term elections has jumped 6 points recently, with most of the gain in the party's Northeast stronghold, a new poll finds.
Frances Burns
Secret Service director takes responsibility for White House fence jumper

Secret Service director takes responsibility for White House fence jumper

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson was in the hot seat Tuesday as she faced pointed questions by Congress about recent lapses in security at the White House.
JC Finley
One shot in Albemarle High School shooting, shooter in custody

One shot in Albemarle High School shooting, shooter in custody

A teen shot one of his fellow students at Albemarle High School Tuesday morning in North Carolina, injuring him before turning himself in to police.
Gabrielle Levy
Six Flags fight leaves boy critically injured, may have been organized on Twitter

Six Flags fight leaves boy critically injured, may have been organized on Twitter

A teen remains in a medically induced coma after a fight broke out at Six Flags America Saturday night, during the first weekend of Halloween Fright Fest.
Gabrielle Levy
Judge rules no constitutional right to free water in Detroit bankruptcy case

Judge rules no constitutional right to free water in Detroit bankruptcy case

Judge Steven Rhodes ruled people in Detroit have no constitutional right to water, saying an order to stop shut-offs would hurt the utility company's revenue.
JC Sevcik
Teen mob injures 2 people, vandalized cars in Memphis

Teen mob injures 2 people, vandalized cars in Memphis

A 55-year-old man and a 16-year-old boy were injured when a group of teens set on them and several cars in Memphis Friday night.
Gabrielle Levy
Bill Gates is the richest man in the United States

Bill Gates is the richest man in the United States

Bill Gates and Warren Buffett top the list of the 400 richest Americans with the Walmart Waltons taking four of the top ten spots.
Aileen Graef
Body of missing Realtor Beverly Carter found

Body of missing Realtor Beverly Carter found

Arkansas police announced Tuesday they have found the body of missing Realtor Beverly Carter, 51, one week after she disappeared while showing a house.
Aileen Graef
State rests in Michael Dunn case

State rests in Michael Dunn case

The state has rested its case in the retrial of Michael Dunn, the man who police said killed Jordan Davis over loud music.
Heather Records

Male Philly police officer allegedly assaults female partner

A male police officer with the Philadelphia Police Dept. allegedly assaults his female partner during a lovers' quarrel.
Heather Records
Patient admitted to hospital with potential Ebola virus

Patient admitted to hospital with potential Ebola virus

A patient has been admitted to a North Texas hospital to be tested for the Ebola virus.
Heather Records
9,800 U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan

9,800 U.S. troops to stay in Afghanistan

The U.S. will keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan after this year as part of a security agreement.
Heather Records
White House intruder ran through much of main floor

White House intruder ran through much of main floor

The man who jumped the White House fence and made it into the entrance of the executive mansion managed to run through several rooms before he was tackled.
Gabrielle Levy
Supreme Court delays early voting in Ohio

Supreme Court delays early voting in Ohio

The U.S. Supreme Court, voting along party lines, delayed early voting in Ohio in a decision Monday that reversed a lower court's order.
Frances Burns
Ben Bradlee, Washington Post editor during Watergate, getting hospice care

Ben Bradlee, Washington Post editor during Watergate, getting hospice care

Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee is in hospice care as his Alzheimer's has progressed, his wife, Sally Quinn, said Sunday.
Gabrielle Levy

House fire in Las Vegas kills 41 dogs

A smoky fire at a small house in the Las Vegas area killed 41 dogs while firefighters were able to rescue more than 50, authorities said.
Frances Burns

Hiker trapped by flash flood dies in Zion National Park

The body of a California man trapped in a canyon by a swollen river during a weekend hike in Zion National Park was found downstream the next day.
Frances Burns
All FAA facilities to review safety procedures following Chicago-area fire

All FAA facilities to review safety procedures following Chicago-area fire

The Chicago-area FAA facility shut down by a fire started by an employee is currently slated to reopen Oct. 13.
Matt Bradwell
Phoenix storms bring floods, close airport

Phoenix storms bring floods, close airport

Storms hit the southwest U.S. Saturday, bringing flooding and high winds that knocked out power and delayed flights.
Gabrielle Levy
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