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Two Oregon men were charged with fraud for allegedly making and selling industrial bleach as a cure for numerous illnesses, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
An exterminator from Levittown, Pa., Thursday was charged in the death of a Philadelphia pediatrician found hogtied in her home, police said.
Wrap-up of thoroughbred stakes action.
A Spanaway, Wash., man allegedly shot his wife to death while she was sleeping then killed their 11-year-old daughter, Pierce County sheriff's deputies said.
Four barns burned early Monday near the Charles Town Races racetrack in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle, killing 24 race horses, authorities said.
The Chicago City Council approved nearly $20 million in settlements for four men allegedly tortured into murder confessions by a former police commander.
The city of Chicago tentatively has agreed to pay nearly $20 million to four African-American men allegedly tortured by police, it was reported Saturday.
Five U.S. universities, led by Texas A&M University's cooperative extension, are set to begin an effort to stabilize Iraq through agriculture.
The Chicago City Council overwhelmingly approved an ordinance Wednesday that would ban smoking in virtually all public places.