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He Has a Rarity in Music: A Steady Paycheck

He Has a Rarity in Music: A Steady Paycheck

Joe Shadid, who uses the name Joe George in his recording career, at the Reverb.com video studio in Chicago.

Boy Scouts Back Home After Arkansas Adventure

Boy Scouts Back Home After Arkansas Adventure

Six Boy Scouts and their two leaders who were stranded by high water in Arkansas for two days are back home safe in Louisiana.

Fleeing car sought after Vegas funeral shooting

Fleeing car sought after Vegas funeral shooting

Police gang detectives were looking for a shooter and a distinctive chrome-wheeled vehicle that sped away after seven mourners were wounded outside a downtown Las Vegas funeral for a man stabbed to death days earlier on the Las Vegas Strip.

New York Man Kills Ex-Boss, Dies in NYPD Confrontation

New York Man Kills Ex-Boss, Dies in NYPD Confrontation

NEW YORK -- Authorities say a man who had been fired from his job shot his former bosses, killing one and seriously wounding another. Then he shot at a pedestrian before he was killed in a confrontation with police on Staten Island.

‘I’m Not a Career Politician’: 6 Teenagers Run for Kansas Governor

‘I’m Not a Career Politician’: 6 Teenagers Run for Kansas Governor

Teenage candidates for the Kansas governor race spoke at a forum in Lawrence in October. From left, Ethan Randleas, 17; Alexander Cline, 17, a candidate for lieutenant governor; Jack Bergeson, 16; Tyler Ruzich, 17; and Dominic Scavuzzo, 17.

AP finds few states follow mental health gun law

AP finds few states follow mental health gun law

More than half the states are not complying with a post-Virginia Tech law that requires them to share the names of mentally ill people with the national background-check system to prevent them from buying guns, an Associated Press review has found.


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