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Tips from the government on how to avoid tax refund fraud
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies mistakenly kill fleeing hostage in West Hollywood
Newly released documents include online rants by man who shot Gabrielle Giffords
Justin Holl scores with 0.6 seconds left, Minnesota beats North Dakota 2-1 in NCAA semis
Gaborik scores 2 goals to help Kings end 3-game skid with 3-0 win over Oilers
Mills scores 26 starting for Parker, Spurs beat Mavs 109-100 to close in on West's top seed
Young's 3 hits, 3 steals and 4 runs lead Mets past Braves 6-4 despite Justin Upton's 2 HRs
Karlsson gets winner in shootout to lift Senators in 2-1 win over Devils
Pineda wins while pitching with some substance on hand, Ellsbury helps Yankees top Red Sox 4-1
9 people dead in three-vehicle crash in Northern California
Jeff Bezos' annual letter to shareholders was full of fun bits of information about the mammoth e-commerce site.
California man says he killed 40 won't divulge names of associates or cartels, detective says
Jackson Pollock biographer and Pulitzer winner Gregory White Smith dies in South Carolina
Santiago Giraldo upsets 2nd-seeded Tommy Robredo to reach US Men's Clay Court quarterfinals
50-somethings Jimenez, Couples, Langer show age, experience count at Augusta National
Oregon narrows options for troubled health exchange to 2, including linking to federal site
“It is impossible to know what would have happened had different judgments been made.” That is the conclusion of the U.S. intelligence community’s internal watchdogs after a lengthy and in-depth review of how the U.S. government handled information it obtained about a key Boston bombing suspect in the years and months before the attack.
For the first time, Ana Trujillo speaks to the jury in her own words.