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Chevrolet clinches 3rd straight IndyCar manufacturers championship with 2 races left
Obama offers new birth control fixes to religious nonprofits, some for-profits companies
Ex-Va. Gov Bob McDonnell says he knows in his heart he's innocent of corruption charges
T-shirt also features mugshot of district attorney at center of indictment.
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Grand jury indicts 3 people accused of misleading police looking for Massachusetts boy
Jackie Robinson West from Chicago will play Las Vegas, the team that beat them 13-2 just four days ago at the Little League World Series U.S. Championship game, tomorrow.
Louisianaâ€™s â€œKissing Congressmanâ€? Vance McAllister, seeking a political rebound after he was caught cheating on his wife following the release of a surveillance video that showed him kissing a staffer, qualified to be on the ballot on Friday. But he did so a day late and with a direct challenge from the â€œDucky Dynastyâ€? family that helped him get elected in the first place. The Republican congressman for Louisianaâ€™s 5th District was supposed to qualify on Thursday but missed his time slot because he said he was stuck in traffic, arriving at the Secretary of Stateâ€™s office after it had already closed for the day.
Fire chief: Firefighter hurt in ice bucket challenge suffered burns over 50 percent of body
A Florida man ended another "pay it forward" line at a local Starbucks because he thinks people were participating out of â€œguilt,â€? not â€œgenerosity.â€?
If youâ€™ve done the ice bucket challenge, itâ€™s probably because another person nominated you to do it.
Chief suspect pleads guilty in Cuban human trafficking group that included Rangers OF Martin
California state Sen. Ben Hueso arrested in DUI case; another dishonor for chamber's Democrats
Artist Christo says Colorado river project in a 'stand-still situation' amid legal challenges
World's central bankers pursue sometimes conflicting policies as economic prospects diverge
CDC director to visit health officials, hospitals in West Africa nations hit by Ebola outbreak
Sears was once a sparkling star of the retail world going back to the days before there was such a thing as a chain store, but now it is best known as a venerable brand in a steady decline. Here's a look at its glorious history that started with a catalogue.