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Headley's testimony may fray US-Pakistan ties

Headley's testimony may fray US-Pakistan ties

His words were the most highly anticipated in the trial: An admitted American terrorist who could offer up disturbing testimony alleging how Pakistani intelligence and an Islamic militant group ...

NYPD pioneers new dirty bomb detection system

NYPD pioneers new dirty bomb detection system

The New York Police Department is testing ground-breaking counterterror technology expected to dramatically increase its ability to detect and thwart a potential radiation attack, officials said Thursday.

6 Infractions For Trucker Killed in Amtrak Crash

6 Infractions For Trucker Killed in Amtrak Crash

The driver of a tractor-trailer that collided with an Amtrak train in Maine had a checkered driving record that included two citations for unsafe operation of a commercial vehicle.

Stocks dip after another earthquake hits Japan

Stocks dip after another earthquake hits Japan

Stocks are ending the day with small losses after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck Japan.

Stepmother indicted in death of disabled NC girl

Stepmother indicted in death of disabled NC girl

The stepmother of a 10-year-old disabled girl was indicted Monday on a charge she murdered the child, and officials released the latest gruesome detail in the case of little, freckle-faced Zahra...

Thousands of Students Protest Budget Cuts at California Colleges

Thousands of Students Protest Budget Cuts at California Colleges

More than 10,000 people marched, waved signs and occupied buildings at college campuses across California on Wednesday in a show of opposition to state budget cuts to education that could lead to higher tuition, larger class sizes and lower enrollment.

Rescuers Race to Save Goose Shot by Arrow in Denver Park

Rescuers Race to Save Goose Shot by Arrow in Denver Park

Animal rescuers in Denver fear they are running out of time to save a wounded goose that was  shot with an arrow.

Ousted SC board member offers $5M gift to school

Ousted SC board member offers $5M gift to school

A University of South Carolina benefactor ousted from the school's Board of Trustees is shrugging off the snub and pledging $5 million for a new aerospace research center.

Dallas County Constables Face Criticism for Perceived Inaction During Kidnapping

Dallas County Constables Face Criticism for Perceived Inaction During Kidnapping

Dallas County's Constable Association defended the actions, or in some opinions, the inaction, of two deputy constables who did not pursue an alleged kidnapper who police say eventually murdered his two children.

Trump Assails Critics and Mocks #MeToo. What About Putin? ‘He’s Fine’

Trump Assails Critics and Mocks #MeToo. What About Putin? ‘He’s Fine’

While mocking journalists, President Trump told a crowd that even though the news media says “President Putin is K.G.B., and this and that,” he’s “totally prepared” for his summit with the Russian leader.

Soldier says he just 'ran in' to NY bus wreckage

Soldier says he just 'ran in' to NY bus wreckage

A soldier said he did not hesitate to run into a burning tour bus several times to help rescue passengers from the vehicle after it collided with a tractor-trailer on a New York highway and burst into flames, killing one person and injuring 30 others.

4 Dead in Crash of Small Plane at New Mexico Airport

4 Dead in Crash of Small Plane at New Mexico Airport

Authorities say four people are dead after a fiery crash of a test aircraft at Roswell airport.

2 Army Pilots Killed in Ga. Army Helicopter Crash

2 Army Pilots Killed in Ga. Army Helicopter Crash

Two Army special operations pilots were killed when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise in western Georgia, a military spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Autopsy: Calif man killed self in family drownings

Autopsy: Calif man killed self in family drownings

A tow-truck operator killed himself by tying a weight to his neck in the family swimming pool, and his wife and two daughters were forcibly drowned, according to an autopsy report released Wedne...

Fears of health risks rise amid Japan crisis

Fears of health risks rise amid Japan crisis

Fears about health risks rose dramatically in Japan Tuesday with news of a greater radiation release and renewed warnings to remaining residents within 20 miles to stay indoors.

Giffords' spokesman takes job at community college

Giffords' spokesman takes job at community college

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' chief spokesman has accepted a job as an administrator at a community college in southern Arizona.


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