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Bill O'Reilly lashes out at Colbert for mocking his IS strategy

Bill O'Reilly lashes out at Colbert for mocking his IS strategy

Bill O'Reilly responded to Stephen Colbert mocking his idea to fight the Islamic State (IS) by saying he has "no bleeping clue" about good military strategy.
Aileen Graef
Video will be allowed in court for Colorado movie theater shooting trial

Video will be allowed in court for Colorado movie theater shooting trial

Judge in the James Holmes murder trial rules the media can use a closed-circuit camera in the courtroom for video.
Heather Records
Mayor of LA suburb shot, killed inside home

Mayor of LA suburb shot, killed inside home

The mayor of Bell Gardens, Calif., Daniel Crespo, was allegedly shot and killed by his wife during a reported domestic dispute.
Heather Records
Jury in 'loud music' retrial to get case Wednesday morning

Jury in 'loud music' retrial to get case Wednesday morning

Closing arguments in the Michael Dunn retrial took place on Tuesday, jury will get the case Wednesday morning.
Heather Records
Alleged White House fence jumper indicted

Alleged White House fence jumper indicted

Omar Gonzalez, the man who the Secret Service said jumped the fence at the White House, was indicted Tuesday on federal and local charges.
Heather Records
California bans plastic bags

California bans plastic bags

With about one-third of Californians already living with bans on plastic bags, Gov. Jerry Brown signed the first state-wide measure Tuesday.
Frances Burns

NYC teacher charged with sex with female students

A New York City teacher already charged with sending a teenage girl a sexual photograph faces new charges of sexually abusing six students.
Frances Burns
Ebola patient in Texas first in U.S. to be diagnosed with deadly virus

Ebola patient in Texas first in U.S. to be diagnosed with deadly virus

The CDC announced Tuesday that a patient at a hospital in Dallas, Texas, has been diagnosed with the Ebola virus, the first Ebola diagnosis in the U.S.
JC Finley
Robert Zimmerman talks about life with infamous brother George

Robert Zimmerman talks about life with infamous brother George

In the two years since George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, life has been turned upside down for his family.
Gabrielle Levy
Colo. Supreme Court weighs firing for medical marijuana use

Colo. Supreme Court weighs firing for medical marijuana use

The fate of a man fired for using medical marijuana -- legal in Colorado at the time -- depends on the state Supreme Court's definition of the word "lawful."
Frances Burns
Wisc. reporter told 'not to speak to crowd' at Michelle Obama event

Wisc. reporter told 'not to speak to crowd' at Michelle Obama event

A Milwaukee reporter said she was given troubling instructions by an aide to Mary Burke's campaign at an event with first lady Michelle Obama.
Gabrielle Levy
Gallup poll finds slight shift to Democrats in Louisiana

Gallup poll finds slight shift to Democrats in Louisiana

The political balance in Louisiana has shifted to the Democrats for the first time in three years, a Gallup poll released Tuesday said.
Frances Burns
Prosecutor likely to seek death penalty in Oklahoma beheading case

Prosecutor likely to seek death penalty in Oklahoma beheading case

Alton Alexander Nolen was charged Tuesday with the first degree murder of a 54-year-old woman at his workplace before stabbing another co-worker.
Aileen Graef
Mayor de Blasio signs increase in NYC 'living wage'

Mayor de Blasio signs increase in NYC 'living wage'

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order Tuesday raising the "living wage" minimum for employees of city contractors.
Frances Burns
FCC blows the whistle on NFL blackout rule

FCC blows the whistle on NFL blackout rule

The FCC voted unanimously to end a rule that allowed the NFL to block games from airing on cable or satellite if the stadium isn't sold out.
Gabrielle Levy
Pennsylvania couple charged with starving son

Pennsylvania couple charged with starving son

A couple have been charged with starving their son, whose body was found in a feces-smeared bedroom in their Harrisburg, Pa., home.
Frances Burns
Searchers find pipe bombs at Eric Frein campsite [UPDATE]

Searchers find pipe bombs at Eric Frein campsite [UPDATE]

An explosive device found in the deep woods in northeast Pennsylvania is believed to be have been left by suspected police killer Eric Frein.
Frances Burns
Louisville school shooting prompts lockdown, student injured

Louisville school shooting prompts lockdown, student injured

A student was rushed to the hospital after a shooting at a Louisville area high school Tuesday.
Gabrielle Levy
Olympian Michael Phelps arrested for DUI [UPDATED]

Olympian Michael Phelps arrested for DUI [UPDATED]

Olympic swimming phenom Michael Phelps was arrested for driving under the influence in Baltimore City early Tuesday morning.
Gabrielle Levy
Ferguson PD: Officer had no time to activate body camera during foot chase, shootout

Ferguson PD: Officer had no time to activate body camera during foot chase, shootout

A police officer involved in a shooting incident over the weekend in Ferguson, Missouri claims he didn't have time to activate his body camera.
JC Sevcik
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