Identities of 2 killed in Paris raid unclear

Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins says police fired some 5,000 rounds during an hour-long exchange of fire at a hideout where a terrorist cell had holed up north of the capital.

One of last original Tuskegee Airmen instructors dies at 96

Milton Pitts Crenchaw, a flight instructor who trained many of the US military's Tuskegee Airmen, has died in Georgia.

Bush calls for US ground forces to fight Islamic State

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says the United States must commit U.S. ground forces to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State.

Handgun found near home of pastor’s slain wife

A handgun has been found near the home of Amanda Blackburn, the pastor’s wife who was shot dead last week in Indiana.

Intoxicated passenger tries to open exit door mid-flight, airline says

A "disturbed and unruly" passenger tried to force open a British Airways plane door mid-flight, according to an airline spokesperson.

White House plans call with governors on Syrian refugees

The White House plans a conference call with governors about plans to increase the number of refugees accepted in the United States after governors raised concerns that terrorists might use the refugees as cover to sneak across borders.

Clinton, Sanders spar over taxes, health care

Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign is launching a new offensive on taxes, saying Bernie Sanders' health care plan would require middle-class workers to pay higher taxes.

Man in wheelchair completes 44 endurance races

The 30-year-old Atlanta resident has also crossed the finish line of 44 endurance races, including two Ironman triathlons and the New York City Marathon last month.

Indiana pastor speaks of his heartbreak over pregnant wife’s murder

The Indiana pastor whose pregnant wife was fatally shot in what authorities say was a home invasion spoke out for the first time about his heartbreak.

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