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Holder: 'Change is coming' to Ferguson after shooting

Holder: 'Change is coming' to Ferguson after shooting

Eric Holder landed in Ferguson, Mo., Wednesday as a grand jury was expected to hear evidence in the case against Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.
Gabrielle Levy
George W. Bush does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

George W. Bush does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Former President George W. Bush was dunked for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and passed the duty on to his predecessor President Bill Clinton.
Aileen Graef
U.S. Supreme Court stays gay marriage in Virginia

U.S. Supreme Court stays gay marriage in Virginia

Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage remained in force after the U.S. Supreme Court stayed a ruling that clerks must begin to issue marriage licenses.
Frances Burns

Florida corrections chief announces prison reforms

Inmate deaths in Florida prisons will be investigated by an outside agency, Corrections Secretary Mike Crews announced Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Chris Christie flips at town hall attendee over Bruce Springsteen

Chris Christie flips at town hall attendee over Bruce Springsteen

If there's one thing Chris Christie won't stand for, it's someone challenging his love for Bruce Springsteen.
Gabrielle Levy
Firefighters bringing latest blaze near Yosemite under control

Firefighters bringing latest blaze near Yosemite under control

A wildfire that forced hundreds of people from the homes near California's Yosemite National Park was being brought under control Wednesday, officials said.
Frances Burns
U.S. Customs' Global Entry program expanding

U.S. Customs' Global Entry program expanding

U.S. Customs is expanding its Global Entry program, which allows certain U.S. and international travelers to bypass traditional customs and immigration lines.
Donna Mahoney, Medill News Service
Last hostages freed, suspects arrested in Harvey, Ill.

Last hostages freed, suspects arrested in Harvey, Ill.

A standoff in a Chicago-area house ended Wednesday when an armored car was used to break down the door, police said.
Frances Burns
National Rifle Association aims ads at Michael Bloomberg

National Rifle Association aims ads at Michael Bloomberg

The National Rifle Association has launched an ad campaign telling former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to "keep your hands off our guns."
Frances Burns
Father of 'affluenza' teen charged with impersonating cop

Father of 'affluenza' teen charged with impersonating cop

Fred Couch, whose son became notorious as a victim of "affluenza," has been charged in a Fort Worth, Texas, suburb with impersonating a police officer.
Frances Burns
Patients in California and New Mexico being tested for Ebola

Patients in California and New Mexico being tested for Ebola

Two people in the U.S have been put in isolation while they wait to be tested for the Ebola after potentially being exposed to the virus.
Aileen Graef
New York Post defies #ISISMediablackout with graphic James Foley cover

New York Post defies #ISISMediablackout with graphic James Foley cover

Following the apparent death of journalist James Foley, members of the media urged a self-imposed blackout on the images purporting to show his execution.
Gabrielle Levy
Mega Millions jackpot rises to $180M

Mega Millions jackpot rises to $180M

Yet again there was no winner in the Mega Millions lottery, raising the jackpot for Friday's drawing to $180 million.
Matt Bradwell
Macy's to pay $650,000 to settle racial profiling case

Macy's to pay $650,000 to settle racial profiling case

Macy's has become the second major New York department store to settle racial profiling charges, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Two men remain in home in Harvey, Ill., with hostages

Two men remain in home in Harvey, Ill., with hostages

Two men remained barricaded in a Chicago-area home early Wednesday, hours after they wounded two police officers and took two women and six children hostage.
Frances Burns
Group tweaks Westboro Baptist Church with 'God Loves Gays' campaign

Group tweaks Westboro Baptist Church with 'God Loves Gays' campaign

"God" has spoken: He loves gays, and he's putting it on a billboard.
Gabrielle Levy
Former state A.G. Dan Sullivan to be Republican Senate candidate in Alaska

Former state A.G. Dan Sullivan to be Republican Senate candidate in Alaska

Former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan has won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in a race that is already the most expensive in state history.
Frances Burns

Renisha McBride's family files lawsuit against her killer

The family of Renisha McBride, shot and killed by a Detroit-area homeowner, filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking $10 million in damages from Theodore Wafer.
Frances Burns
Supporters cheer Texas Gov. Rick Perry as he surrenders

Supporters cheer Texas Gov. Rick Perry as he surrenders

Supporters chanted "Perry, Perry, Perry" as Texas Gov. Rick Perry arrived at the Travis County Courthouse to surrender to authorities Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Mississippi woman says her son set a cross on fire at her house

Mississippi woman says her son set a cross on fire at her house

A Mississippi woman says her son set a cross on fire at her home because he was angry that her boyfriend's mixed-race grandchildren stayed with them.
Frances Burns
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