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A Mother Weeps for Her Angel: ‘I Hope She Didn’t Die for Nothing’

A Mother Weeps for Her Angel: ‘I Hope She Didn’t Die for Nothing’

Members of the football team at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School walked together on Thursday before a vigil to honor victims of the mass shooting at their school.

At Least 2 People Killed in Oregon Plane Crash

At Least 2 People Killed in Oregon Plane Crash

At least two people have been killed in a small plane crash in a rugged mountain area of Eastern Oregon.

Four Year Old Juneau Boy Takes The Cake in Baking

Four Year Old Juneau Boy Takes The Cake in Baking

Denali Schijvens has been baking for longer than he can remember and he is only 4-years-old. His mother, Meilani Schijvens, owes it to his Montessori schooling, where toddlers helped bake cookies on a weekly basis. The Montessori cookies, as they are known in the Schijvens household, are oatmeal raisin cookies, though recipes aren't used much these days.

Pennsylvania College Freshman Missing Since Last Week

Pennsylvania College Freshman Missing Since Last Week

Police say a college freshman hasn't been seen since he walked away from a building at his western Pennsylvania school last week.

Police: Man Tries Steal Cop's Car, Blames 'Batman'

Police: Man Tries Steal Cop's Car, Blames 'Batman'

Pittsburgh police say a man tried to carjack a plainclothes officer near filming for the latest Batman movie -- and allegedly told him it was part of the script.

Police: Texas cop slain trying to protect child

Police: Texas cop slain trying to protect child

A rookie police officer responding to a domestic violence call in suburban Dallas was shot to death trying to protect an 11-year-old girl from her mother's gun-wielding ex-boyfriend, a departmen...

Judge reverses decision on Muslim headwear

Judge reverses decision on Muslim headwear

A Georgia judge has reversed a decision that blocked a Muslim man from his courtroom because he was wearing religious headwear.

How to Help Those Affected by Severe Storms in the South

How to Help Those Affected by Severe Storms in the South

Across the Midwest and South, communities were ravaged by the deadliest tornadoes in history. Volunteers have been pitching in as the death toll from Wednesday's storms keeps rising.

Watchdog: Treasury risks overpaying law firms

Watchdog: Treasury risks overpaying law firms

The Treasury Department paid out more than $27 million to law firms overseeing the financial bailouts without requiring detailed bills or questioning the incomplete records that the lawyers prov...

APNewsBreak: New spill went unreported for a month

APNewsBreak: New spill went unreported for a month

A newly discovered oil spill in northwestern Montana went unreported for a month before a neighboring landowner complained to the Blackfeet Indian Tribe, federal regulators said Monday. ...

2 Injured in Los Angeles School Shooting, With a Suspect in Custody

2 Injured in Los Angeles School Shooting, With a Suspect in Custody

Police officers closed off a street where a shooting occurred at a middle school in Los Angeles on Thursday.

85-Year-Old Migrant Smuggler Gets 2 1/2 Years in Prison

85-Year-Old Migrant Smuggler Gets 2 1/2 Years in Prison

An 85-year-old woman who led a female-dominated immigrant smuggling ring was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison Thursday in a case that stands out at a time when larger, more violent organizations along the U.S.-Mexico border have muscled groups like hers aside.

Calif. man uses orphan background to help others

Calif. man uses orphan background to help others

A photo of a 12-year-old North Korean boy on Sam Han's laptop computer pulls the dying man a half-century back in time, across continents to where he once wandered in search of his parents....

Man who took gun into Pa. school gets prison term

Man who took gun into Pa. school gets prison term

A man who entered a Pittsburgh high school with a gun last year and injured a security guard when both men tumbled through a glass door will spend up to 11½ years in prison.

Calif. Teacher Suspected of Raping Disabled Student

Calif. Teacher Suspected of Raping Disabled Student

A special education teacher at a Vallejo elementary school has been arrested on suspicion of raping a developmentally disabled student on campus.

Los Alamos Nuclear Lab Readies for Flooding After Fire

Los Alamos Nuclear Lab Readies for Flooding After Fire

Crews at Los Alamos National Laboratory installed barriers to divert water and removed sediment as they work to prevent any trace of nuclear and other contamination from being washed downstream by flooding triggered by a massive wildfire.


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