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Family made ill by fracking awarded $3 million in landmark case

Family made ill by fracking awarded $3 million in landmark case

A Texas family was awarded nearly $3 million for illnesses resulting from exposure to contaminated groundwater and polluted air caused by nearby fracking.
JC Sevcik
Donald Trump complains Obama's walk is 'unpresidential'

Donald Trump complains Obama's walk is 'unpresidential'

Real estate mogul Donald Trump took his latest criticism of President Barack Obama to Twitter saying Obama's walk is "unpresidential."
Aileen Graef
Mother fights pitbull, bites off dog's ear to save daughter from attack

Mother fights pitbull, bites off dog's ear to save daughter from attack

Chelsi Camp of Alvin, Texas fought a pitbull, shoving her fist in the dog's mouth and biting its ear to stop the animal from mauling her small daughter.
JC Sevcik
Kidnapped boy sings gospel song until his abductor releases him

Kidnapped boy sings gospel song until his abductor releases him

Hours after abducting the boy, kidnapper released Willie Myrick, a 9-year-old from Atlanta, because the child wouldn't stop singing a gospel song.
JC Sevcik
Georgia governor signs bill expanding gun rights in state

Georgia governor signs bill expanding gun rights in state

Gov. Nathan Deal signed a bill Wednesday that allows Georgians to take their guns to church, bars and government buildings.
Frances Burns

Tea Party candidate wins Republican congressional primary in Florida

A businessman and self-proclaimed "outsider" backed by the Tea Party won the Republican primary for a special congressional election in Florida.
Frances Burns
Bradley Manning granted right to change first name to Chelsea

Bradley Manning granted right to change first name to Chelsea

The soldier convicted as Bradley Manning of giving classified documents to Wikileaks can legally call herself Chelsea Manning, a Kansas judge said Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Missouri House Committee to hold impeachment hearings for Gov. Jay Nixon

Missouri House Committee to hold impeachment hearings for Gov. Jay Nixon

The Missouri House Judiciary Committee is holding hearings on whether to move forward with the impeachment of Democratic Governor Jay Nixon.
Aileen Graef

Former head of New York City charity admits insurance premium scam

The former head of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty in New York City admitted Wednesday that he made millions in an insurance scam.
Frances Burns
NRA stops public opposition of domestic violence gun law

NRA stops public opposition of domestic violence gun law

The National Rifle Association has decided to stop publicly opposing a law that would require those accused of domestic violence to surrender their guns.
Aileen Graef
New lawsuit says FBI used no-fly list to get Muslims to become informants

New lawsuit says FBI used no-fly list to get Muslims to become informants

A lawsuit filed Tuesday in New York accuses the FBI of using the no-fly list to coerce Muslim-Americans to become informants.
Aileen Graef
New poll suggests opposition to Obamacare could hurt Democratic incumbents in South

New poll suggests opposition to Obamacare could hurt Democratic incumbents in South

Democratic U.S. senators representing southern states could be hurt in November by opposition to Obamacare, a poll released Wednesday suggested.
Frances Burns
Justice Department reveals details of plan for clemency for some drug offenders

Justice Department reveals details of plan for clemency for some drug offenders

Non-violent offenders serving long drug sentences will be provided with lawyers to help them win clemency, the U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday.
Frances Burns

Chicago police say they have solved the killing of a man who vanished in 1978

Chicago investigators say they have solved the killing of Edward Beaudion, an aspiring teacher who vanished in 1978 after leaving a wedding.
Frances Burns
IRS employees who owed back taxes got bonuses

IRS employees who owed back taxes got bonuses

An internal audit showed the IRS awarded bonuses to employees facing disciplinary issues, including several who did not pay their taxes.
Aileen Graef

Man faces life in a Florida prison after being convicted of killing his wife of four days

A man faces life in a Florida prison after a jury found him guilty of killing his wife of four days in 2002 to get $1 million in life insurance.
Frances Burns

Nine indicted on federal charges involving kidnapping of N.C. prosecutor's father

An inmate serving a life sentence in North Carolina and eight others have been indicted on federal charges connected to the kidnapping of a prosecutor's father.
Frances Burns
Missouri executes man for killing couple on farm to steal their cows

Missouri executes man for killing couple on farm to steal their cows

Missouri executed a convicted killer early Wednesday after the U.S. Supreme Court refused a stay based on an appeal over secrecy about the drugs to be used.
Frances Burns
NYPD's #myNYPD social media campaign backfires

NYPD's #myNYPD social media campaign backfires

A social media campaign asking Twitter users to share their photos with NYPD officers using the hashtag #myNYPD quickly backfired.
Evan Bleier
Texas second grader claims teacher confiscated Bible during reading time

Texas second grader claims teacher confiscated Bible during reading time

A second-grade student at Hamilton Elementary in Cypress claims her teacher confiscated her Bible during reading time because it was inappropriate.
Evan Bleier
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