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From New York to Chicago, fast food workers walk out and strike nationwide

From New York to Chicago, fast food workers walk out and strike nationwide

Across the country, fast food workers are taking their fight for fair wages to the street.
Matt Bradwell
South Carolina woman shoots and kills friend after being asked to test bulletproof vest

South Carolina woman shoots and kills friend after being asked to test bulletproof vest

A South Carolina woman faces up to five years in prison after shooting a friend to death when he asked her to test a bulletproof vest.
Matt Bradwell
Obama honors the memories of the victims of 9/11

Obama honors the memories of the victims of 9/11

President Barack Obama visited New York Thursday to dedicate the new 9/11 museum, honoring the victims, survivors, and first responders from the attacks.
Aileen Graef

Tractor-trailer catches fire after crashing into San Francisco funeral home

A tractor-trailer making deliveries to Starbucks outlets caught fire early Thursday after crashing into a funeral home in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood.
Frances Burns
Columbia University students post list of campus rapists

Columbia University students post list of campus rapists

Victims of sexual assault at Columbia University are distributing the identities of their alleged assailants around campus on flyers and with graffiti.
Matt Bradwell
Nine wildfires in San Diego area destroy homes, force evacuations

Nine wildfires in San Diego area destroy homes, force evacuations

At least nine wildfires burned Thursday morning in the San Diego area, driven by gusty winds and hot weather.
Frances Burns
Poll puts Hillary Clinton ahead of entire GOP field in Ohio

Poll puts Hillary Clinton ahead of entire GOP field in Ohio

Ohio voters like the idea of Hillary Clinton in the White House, according to a new poll released by Quinnipiac University.
Matt Bradwell
West Virginia teen beats incumbent state delegate in GOP primary

West Virginia teen beats incumbent state delegate in GOP primary

Saira Blair, a 17-year-old high school senior, defeated sitting West Virginia state Delegate Larry D. Kump in the Republican primary on Tuesday.
Kate Stanton
Hunter Biden joins board of Ukraine gas company

Hunter Biden joins board of Ukraine gas company

Bursima, Ukraine's largest private oil and gas producer, has appointed Hunter Biden to its board of directors.
Kate Stanton
Chris Christie writes off Bridgegate, is considering running for president

Chris Christie writes off Bridgegate, is considering running for president

Chris Christie addressed Bridgegate and it's potential effect - or lack thereof - on his career Wednesday at the 2014 Peterson Foundation Fiscal Summit.
Matt Bradwell
'Miracle baby' survives 11-story fall

'Miracle baby' survives 11-story fall

Musa Dayib, a 15-month-old boy, is in critical condition at a Minneapolis hospital after surviving an 11-story fall from an apartment balcony.
Matt Bradwell
North Dakota appealing judge's decision to strike down fetal heartbeat abortion ban

North Dakota appealing judge's decision to strike down fetal heartbeat abortion ban

In an attempt to have the Supreme Court reverse Roe v. Wade, North Dakota is appealing a federal judge's decision to strike down the state's abortion ban.
JC Sevcik
New York Times fires executive editor Jill Abramson

New York Times fires executive editor Jill Abramson

The New York Times has fired executive editor Jill Abramson, effective immediately, according to a statement released today.
Matt Bradwell
Warren, Democrats urge passage of student loan bill

Warren, Democrats urge passage of student loan bill

College students joined six Democratic senators on Capitol Hill Wednesday to push for passage of a bill that would allow for refinancing of student loans.
Gabrielle Levy
Idaho Republicans shot down: No stay pending appeal, same-sex couples can wed Friday

Idaho Republicans shot down: No stay pending appeal, same-sex couples can wed Friday

A judge in Idaho denied republican Governor Butch Otter's motion for a stay pending appeal, granting same-sex couples their right to marry as soon as Friday.
Matt Bradwell
Senators seek assurances from HHS nominee Burwell

Senators seek assurances from HHS nominee Burwell

Senators questioned Sylvia Mathews Burwell on how she planned to work with Congress if confirmed as secretary of Health and Human Services.
Gabrielle Levy

Texas teen charged with killing schoolmate pregnant with his twins

A teenager in Pearland, Texas, has been charged with killing his 16-year-old schoolmate who was carrying his twins.
Frances Burns
Louisiana man claims to be son of Zodiac Killer

Louisiana man claims to be son of Zodiac Killer

A businessman in Baton Rouge is claiming to be the son of the infamous Zodiac Killer in a new memoir published by HarperCollins.
Matt Bradwell
Southern California wildfire forces evacuations at Camp Pendleton

Southern California wildfire forces evacuations at Camp Pendleton

A large brush fire at Camp Pendleton in Southern California threatened an elementary school and some base housing Wednesday.
Frances Burns

Miners killed in West Virginia were removing coal pillars holding up roof

Federal and state regulators are investigating the death of two West Virginia coal miners engaged in a practice known as "retreat mining."
Frances Burns
West Virginia will have its first female U.S. senator

West Virginia will have its first female U.S. senator

No matter who wins November's election, West Virginia is poised to send its first woman to the U.S. Senate with both major parties picking female candidates.
Frances Burns
Senate report exposes dangers of online 'malvertising'

Senate report exposes dangers of online 'malvertising'

A Senate report revealing troubling vulnerabilities in online ad networks is the first step in a new bipartisan effort to tighten online security.
Gabrielle Levy
Bill Clinton defends Hillary's record on Benghazi, is 'dumbfounded' by Karl Rove

Bill Clinton defends Hillary's record on Benghazi, is 'dumbfounded' by Karl Rove

Former President Bill Clinton defended Hillary's actions in response to Benghazi, and said he was "dumbfounded" by Karl Rove's comments about her health.
Matt Bradwell
Haverford, Smith join list of colleges with controversial commencement speakers canceling

Haverford, Smith join list of colleges with controversial commencement speakers canceling

Former Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgenau bows out as commencement speaker at Haverford, while Christine Lagarde of IMF withdraws at Smith.
Frances Burns
Tea party favorite wins big in Nebraska

Tea party favorite wins big in Nebraska

Ben Sasse won the Nebraska Republican primary for U.S. Senate Tuesday, making him the runaway favorite to win the general election in the deeply red state.
Matt Bradwell
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