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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.

ISIS threatens to attack Washington in new video

ISIS delivered a new threat to the United States in a video released today, claiming that it will carry out an attack on the nation's capital.

Officials ID woman who washed ashore in Myrtle Beach in 2013

Authorities have identified a woman who washed ashore in Myrtle Beach over two years ago.

Lawsuit: Cafeteria manager enslaved mentally disabled worker

A South Carolina cafeteria worker is accusing his former employer of subjecting him to treatment akin to slavery and years of mental and physical abuse.

US steps up security after Paris attacks

Security is on high-alert in the U.S. in the wake of Friday's deadly terror attacks in Paris, where at least 129 people died after they were targeted at public places, from restaurants to a soccer stadium to a concert hall.

Several states, including NC, refuse to accept Syrian refugees

North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Alabama, Texas and Arkansas have become the first states in the country to refuse to take in Syrian refugees amid heightened security concerns following Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.

University of South Carolina students walk out of class

Some University of South Carolina students walked out of class to protest what they say are inequalities for minority groups.

US reaches $95.5M settlement in for-profit education case

The Obama administration has reached a $95.5 million settlement with a Pittsburgh firm that runs for-profit trade schools and colleges.

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