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California 'High Risk' Prisoners Wrongly Released Due to Computer Errors

California 'High Risk' Prisoners Wrongly Released Due to Computer Errors

Computer errors resulted in some 450 inmates with “a high risk for violence” being wrongly released from California prisons, the Los Angeles Times reported in its Thursday edition.

Charges against new Navajo president still pending

Charges against new Navajo president still pending

Incoming Navajo President Ben Shelly will be sworn into office Tuesday with criminal charges still hanging over his head, while a judge considers whether to dismiss them as part of a settlement ...

Trump, Saying ‘Mere Allegation’ Ruins Lives, Appears to Doubt #MeToo Movement

Trump, Saying ‘Mere Allegation’ Ruins Lives, Appears to Doubt #MeToo Movement

The White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, initially came to the defense of Rob Porter, right, a former aide, saying that the president and the chief of staff had “full confidence” in him.

Summary Box: Service sector grew at slower pace

Summary Box: Service sector grew at slower pace

SERVICE SECTOR GROWING: Service sector business activity grew for the 16th straight month in March, a trade group said Tuesday, but at a slower pace than in February.

Michael Feinberg, a Founder of KIPP Schools, Is Fired After Misconduct Claims

Michael Feinberg, a Founder of KIPP Schools, Is Fired After Misconduct Claims

Michael Feinberg was dismissed on Thursday from the chain of charter schools he helped to found after allegations of sexual misconduct with a student.

D.C. Students Hospitalized After Ingesting Cocaine

D.C. Students Hospitalized After Ingesting Cocaine

School officials say four elementary students in Washington, D.C., have been taken to a hospital after ingesting cocaine brought to school by a classmate.

Teen sentenced in death of Chicago student

Teen sentenced in death of Chicago student

A 15-year-old found guilty in the beating death of a Chicago high school honor student will be confined to a juvenile detention center until he is 21 years old.

San Diego Officer Dies; Suspect Left Suicide Note

San Diego Officer Dies; Suspect Left Suicide Note

An officer shot in the face in an apparently unprovoked attack died Sunday, and investigators found a suicide note left by the suspect who fired the gun, San Diego's police chief said.

Crash victims' families win victory in FAA bill

Crash victims' families win victory in FAA bill

A Republican lawmaker on Friday withdrew a proposal that federal officials said would make it harder to write new aviation safety rules by requiring extensive economic studies.

Police: 2 Men Kidnapped Boy, Glued Mouth Shut in New Hampshire

Police: 2 Men Kidnapped Boy, Glued Mouth Shut in New Hampshire

Police in Manchester, N.H., say two men held a 15-year-old boy at knifepoint, glued his lips shut and burned him while filming the incident with an iPod.

Iowa Lawmakers Pass Abortion Bill With Roe v. Wade in Sights

Iowa Lawmakers Pass Abortion Bill With Roe v. Wade in Sights

Iowa legislators debated a bill that would outlaw most abortions after six weeks at the State Capitol in Des Moines on Tuesday.

Jared Kushner Gets Security Clearance, Ending Swirl of Questions Over Delay

Jared Kushner Gets Security Clearance, Ending Swirl of Questions Over Delay

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, has been granted his permanent security clearance, ending a period of uncertainty.

Summary Box: Reports reflect weak economy

Summary Box: Reports reflect weak economy

POSITIVE SIGNS: Retail sales increased modestly in June and fewer people sought unemployment benefits last week, the government said Thursday. Falling gas prices also pushed wholesale prices down for the first time in a year.

Drought, demand from China drive up pecan prices

Drought, demand from China drive up pecan prices

Expect to pay more for pecan pie this Thanksgiving thanks to drought in parts of the South and big demand from China.

State unemployment rates in January, at a glance

State unemployment rates in January, at a glance

The unemployment rate fell in 24 states in January, the most since June and the latest sign hiring is picking up. The rate dropped in only 15 states in December. Employers in 35 states hired more workers to their payrolls, according to the report from the Labor Department.

Trial opens in NYC parking spat that injured woman

Trial opens in NYC parking spat that injured woman

A defense lawyer has told a jury a man was justified in hitting a woman in a New York City parking space dispute that ended with her in a coma. The man says it was self-defense, but prosecutors say it was just angry retaliation.


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