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Boston police investigate unattended backpacks near marathon finish line

Boston police investigate unattended backpacks near marathon finish line

Boston authorities have evacuated part of Boylston Street near the finish line.
Kate Stanton
Mary Fallin signs ban on minimum wage increase in Oklahoma

Mary Fallin signs ban on minimum wage increase in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, R, signs bill passing statewide ban on raising the minimum wage and prohibiting legislation mandating employee benefits.
JC Sevcik
Chelsea Clinton says she could run for NYC mayor or U.S. Senate

Chelsea Clinton says she could run for NYC mayor or U.S. Senate

Hillary Clinton's daughter is still leaving the door open for public office.
Kate Stanton
Man who didn't serve prison sentence due to clerical error arrested 15 years later

Man who didn't serve prison sentence due to clerical error arrested 15 years later

A man convicted to prison who was never given a date to surrender to the penal system went on to start a family and a business is arrested years later.
JC Sevcik

Police say teenage girls missing since 1971 died in car crash

Two teenage girls missing for 43 years were killed when their car crashed into a South Dakota creek, authorities said Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Clearing road blocked by Washington mudslide could take months

Clearing road blocked by Washington mudslide could take months

Clearing the road blocked by the Oso mudslide could take as long as three months, the Washington Department of Transportation said Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Rand Paul, Ted Cruz test waters for 2016 presidential bids

Rand Paul, Ted Cruz test waters for 2016 presidential bids

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, tested the waters for the 2016 presidential race at a Tea Party Freedom Summit in New Hampshire.
Aileen Graef
Utah man says good preparation saved his sons when separated in wilderness

Utah man says good preparation saved his sons when separated in wilderness

A Utah man says his sons knew what to do when he got separated from them after the family got lost in the wilderness.
Frances Burns
Obama uses presidential power to correct typo, reduce man's prison sentence

Obama uses presidential power to correct typo, reduce man's prison sentence

Proving the importance of proofreading, President Obama commuted the sentence of a prisoner who was serving extra time due to a typo.
JC Sevcik
Florida Democrat Alex Sink declines rematch with Rep. David Jolly, winner of special election

Florida Democrat Alex Sink declines rematch with Rep. David Jolly, winner of special election

Alex Sink, the Democrat who lost a close race for Florida governor in 2010, said she does not plan a rematch of last month's special election for Congress.
Frances Burns
Documents show close friend joined interviews of Gov. Christie for internal review

Documents show close friend joined interviews of Gov. Christie for internal review

Lawyers who investigated the "Bridgegate" scandal for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie apparently did not record interviews, documents released this week show.
Frances Burns
White supremacist could face death penalty for killings outside Jewish community center

White supremacist could face death penalty for killings outside Jewish community center

A white supremacist charged with killing three people outside Jewish institutions in Overland Park, Kansas, was formally charged with capital murder Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Wisconsin Republicans to vote on secession

Wisconsin Republicans to vote on secession

Wisconsin Republicans are going to vote at the next state GOP convention on whether to secede from the United States.
Aileen Graef
Homeless man charged with knife attack in New Jersey parking lot that left one man dead

Homeless man charged with knife attack in New Jersey parking lot that left one man dead

An employee at a New Jersey shopping center says a homeless man charged with a deadly knife attack was a familiar figure there -- and had never caused problems.
Frances Burns
Corporate America makes tax day a little easier with discounts

Corporate America makes tax day a little easier with discounts

Taxes are due in the U.S. today and American businesses are attempting to make it a little easier with free products and discounts.
Aileen Graef
Police: Drone hobbyist's 'hexacopter' interfered with medical helicopter at crash scene

Police: Drone hobbyist's 'hexacopter' interfered with medical helicopter at crash scene

Police in Ohio say a drone enthusiast refused to ground his 'hexacopter' to allow a medical helicopter to land at a crash scene.
Frances Burns
Poll: Americans conflicted over equal pay laws

Poll: Americans conflicted over equal pay laws

A new poll shows that Americans are conflicted when it comes to supporting equal pay laws.
Aileen Graef

Two registered sex offenders charged with string of killings in southern California

Investigators in southern California say two registered sex offenders charged with the murder of four women may have killed others.
Frances Burns

City manager of Bell, Calif., sentenced on federal tax charges

A federal judge told the former city manager of Bell, Calif., he will not get a "bulk discount" on sentencing for his large-scale theft.
Frances Burns
Muslim community takes action to eradicate violent extremism

Muslim community takes action to eradicate violent extremism

A Muslim coalition Monday rolled out the first national outreach campaign to help community leaders mitigate threats of violent extremism among its members.
Mallory Black and Michelle Kim, Medill News Service
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