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Cops used cell records to link dad to missing girl

Cops used cell records to link dad to missing girl

Investigators have linked a Bakersfield father to the disappearance of his 8-year-old daughter after tracing his cell phone to the same area where the girl was found, Kern County officials said Friday.

Spaceman leads NASA observance of shooting victims

Spaceman leads NASA observance of shooting victims

Space station commander Scott Kelly led NASA in a moment of silence Monday as he struggled with the senseless shooting of his sister-in-law.

Casey Anthony trial enters 3rd week in Orlando

Casey Anthony trial enters 3rd week in Orlando

Casey Anthony's trial on charges that she killed her 2-year-old daughter is entering its third week.

Police: Dallas mom glued daughter's hands to wall

Police: Dallas mom glued daughter's hands to wall

A 22-year-old mother was facing child abuse charges Friday after police say she glued her toddler daughter's hands to a wall, kicked her in the stomach and beat her over a potty training issue.

Prosecutor, Blagojevich clash in cross-examination

Prosecutor, Blagojevich clash in cross-examination

Prosecutors wasted no time grilling Rod Blagojevich as they began cross-examining the impeached Illinois governor Thursday at his corruption retrial, setting a highly combative tone from the very first question.

Catholic Priests Abused 1,000 Children in Pennsylvania, Report Says

Catholic Priests Abused 1,000 Children in Pennsylvania, Report Says

Victims of clerical sex abuse and their relatives reacted as Attorney General Josh Shapiro discussed the grand jury report at a news conference in Harrisburg.

Trial Begins for Idaho Lawyer Involved in Murder for Hire Plot

Trial Begins for Idaho Lawyer Involved in Murder for Hire Plot

A trial is getting under way in Idaho for a former Aryan Nations attorney accused of hiring a man to kill his wife.

Country singers may be part of AL corruption trial

Country singers may be part of AL corruption trial

A federal gambling corruption trial at the Alabama Statehouse could look like a country music concert or a political convention rather than a court case.

Calif. man testifies he didn't mean to kill mother

Calif. man testifies he didn't mean to kill mother

A California man accused of killing his elderly mother in San Rafael says he cried over her body after plunging a knife into her neck and slashing her throat.

Humane Society C.E.O. Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Humane Society C.E.O. Resigns Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations

Wayne Pacelle resigned as the chief executive and president of the Humane Society of the United States on Friday, after allegations of workplace misconduct surfaced.

On JFK 50th, Kennedy family gathers in Washington

On JFK 50th, Kennedy family gathers in Washington

Fifty years ago Thursday, President John F. Kennedy told the world that "the torch had been passed to a new generation of Americans" whom he challenged to "ask not what your country can do for y...

Car Flies About 60 Feet Into Upper Floor of a Building in California

Car Flies About 60 Feet Into Upper Floor of a Building in California

The driver of a speeding car clipped a median early Sunday morning in Santa Ana, Calif., and flew through the air before crashing into the second floor of a dental office.

Fewer people apply for unemployment benefits

Fewer people apply for unemployment benefits

The number of people applying for unemployment benefits plummeted last week, reversing nearly all the sharp rise reported the previous week.

Ga. execution that was to be videotaped is delayed

Ga. execution that was to be videotaped is delayed

Georgia prison officials on Wednesday delayed the execution of a death row inmate who would have been the subject of the nation's first videotaped execution in nearly two decades.

Oil giant ConocoPhillips to split into 2 companies

Oil giant ConocoPhillips to split into 2 companies

Oil giant ConocoPhillips said Thursday it will split into two companies: one that produces oil and another that refines it into gasoline and other fuels.

A DACA Question: Should Judges Use Local Cases to Halt National Orders?

A DACA Question: Should Judges Use Local Cases to Halt National Orders?

There is speculation that the Supreme Court will address universal injunctions in the coming year.


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