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AP-GfK Poll: People divided on looming debt crisis

AP-GfK Poll: People divided on looming debt crisis

It might be time for another midnight ride by Paul Revere, this time warning "the creditors are coming."

Americans spend at weakest pace in 20 months

Americans spend at weakest pace in 20 months

Americans spent at the weakest pace in 20 months, a sign that gas prices are taking a toll on the economy.

Florida Man Who Allegedly Threatened to Rape a Christian Radio Host Denied Bail

Florida Man Who Allegedly Threatened to Rape a Christian Radio Host Denied Bail

The Florida man who police allege threatened to rape a Christian radio show host while she was on air was denied bail Tuesday and remains at the Orange County Jail, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

Yemeni man opts not to take piracy plea deal

Yemeni man opts not to take piracy plea deal

A Yemeni man charged with piracy for his role in the hijacking of a yacht off the coast of Africa that resulted in the deaths of four Americans decided not take a plea deal Monday, with his atto...

Helicopter Crashes into Southern California Building

Helicopter Crashes into Southern California Building

DEVELOPING STORY: A helicopter crashed into a building in El Segundo, Calif. Sunday morning.

Romney asks Perry to disavow pastor, Perry says no

Romney asks Perry to disavow pastor, Perry says no

Mitt Romney has a new message for those who attack his Mormon religion: Back off.

6 people wounded in Los Angeles shooting

6 people wounded in Los Angeles shooting

Authorities say six people are wounded following a shooting in south Los Angeles.

Texas deputy gunned down at traffic light

Texas deputy gunned down at traffic light

Authorities in south-central Texas say a veteran sheriff's deputy was shot and killed while waiting at a traffic light in his patrol vehicle.

Officials say Neb. nuke plant is safe from flood

Officials say Neb. nuke plant is safe from flood

The pictures of a Nebraska nuclear power plant were startling: Floodwaters from the swollen Missouri River had risen nearly to the reactor building, with the potential to climb even higher....

Chamber head cautiously optimistic about economy

Chamber head cautiously optimistic about economy

The president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce straddled the Democratic and Republican divide Tuesday, endorsing the GOP drive to repeal President Barack Obama's signature health care law, yet su...

College reports show Loughner breakdown in 2010

College reports show Loughner breakdown in 2010

Police records from an Arizona community college show a year of turmoil for shooting suspect Jared Loughner and detail his increasingly erratic behavior that led to his suspension in September.

Poisoning attempt against Mich. stabbings suspect

Poisoning attempt against Mich. stabbings suspect

Prosecutors say a Michigan jail inmate has been charged with trying to poison a man suspected in a series of stabbings.

Student Says He Stole TVs to Help Pay for Prom

Student Says He Stole TVs to Help Pay for Prom

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- A high school senior looking for money to help with prom expenses wound up in jail instead.

Oil company sued over chronic California spills

Oil company sued over chronic California spills

Government regulators sued an oil company Friday over 21 spills of crude oil and other harmful pollutants in Santa Barbara County waterways over five years.

A New Report on the Las Vegas Gunman Was Released. Here Are Some Takeaways.

A New Report on the Las Vegas Gunman Was Released. Here Are Some Takeaways.

The room of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas where Stephen Paddock shot at attendees of a music festival, killing 58, in October.

Georgia Teens Accused of Detonating 10 Small Bombs in Backyard of House

Georgia Teens Accused of Detonating 10 Small Bombs in Backyard of House

Five teenagers face felony charges after being arrested on suspicion of making and detonating up to 10 bombs in the backyard of a house in Snellville, Ga., about 25 miles east of Atlanta. 


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