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British prime minister calls for extremism to be rooted out of all institutions
Wheeler scores 2 goals to lift the Jets over the Hurricanes 3-1
An audiotape featuring a message purportedly from ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has emerged online, in what would be the leader???s first public comments since the shadowy figure appeared on camera in July.
2 suspects found guilty in 2010 murder of Chicago police officer during robbery attempt
New Jersey judge has a chance to drop hypocrisy and legalize sports betting
US, India reach agreement on food stockpiling, clearing way for global trade pact
A new review of the U.S. Marshal Service said that the cost of bringing international fugitives to justice in the U.S. is getting out of control, partly because the service is spending millions of taxpayer dollars on charter flights for criminal transport. But what is normally thought to be a luxury, the service says, is actually a necessity due to some obscure lines in U.S. legal code.
Florida man who killed wife and stepdaughter in 1992 attack put to death for child's slaying
Congress to allow DC's ballot-passed pot initiative to stand.
Venezuelan court rejects UN call for release of opposition leader facing charges over protests
Report: Justice Department uses planes and high-tech gear to gather cellphone data
Police: Trooper ambush suspect charged with terrorism, said he wanted to 'wake people up'
Government watchdog finds financial mismanagement of schools for Native American children
House fire in upstate New York leaves 2 dead, including 4-month-old baby; 6 others injured
Virgin America prices initial public offering of stock at $23 per share, within expected range
A newly released review of the infamous White House fence jumper Omar Gonzalez is damning. The new report lays out a comedy of errors, including quote "performance, organizational and technical" failures on the part of the Secret Service.
???You guys are great parents, I am just not a good son," he allegedly wrote.
Reid wants White House to shelve executive action until spending bill passes.
His mother died an agonizing death years after she ate a few bites of raw cookie dough, her son said.