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Latest developments in the Occupy protests

Latest developments in the Occupy protests

Some of the latest developments in the Occupy protests:

Gov. Daniels says US debt threatens American dream

Gov. Daniels says US debt threatens American dream

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels believes tackling the national debt should be a focus of anyone running for the White House. He just won't say whether it's a problem he will be taking on.

Casey Anthony's future uncertain as release nears

Casey Anthony's future uncertain as release nears

Casey Anthony was spending her last hours in jail Saturday night preparing for an uncertain future after nearly three years behind bars.

Fire Damages Historic Detroit Public School

Fire Damages Historic Detroit Public School

A pre-dawn fire has caused heavy damage at a historic public school in Detroit Emergency financial manager Robert Bobb says Tuesday's blaze at the Paul Robeson Academy on the city's west side is "devastating."

Utah massacre site dedicated as national landmark

Utah massacre site dedicated as national landmark

The southern Utah site of a wagon train massacre was dedicated Sunday as a national historic landmark 154 years to the day after the tragedy occurred.

No charges in courthouse gunman's jail escape plot

No charges in courthouse gunman's jail escape plot

After nearly three years investigating a courthouse gunman's bizarre break out scheme, prosecutors are walking away from the case without charging anyone, despite evidence the shooter's pen pal-turned girlfriend paid off a jail guard.

Unitarians turn tragedy into lesson in tolerance

Unitarians turn tragedy into lesson in tolerance

When an out-of-work truck driver opened fire in a Tennessee church because it welcomed gay and multiracial families, the congregation met that hatred with love. In the process, it inspired a nat...

Sisters charged with health fraud caught overseas

Sisters charged with health fraud caught overseas

The FBI says two sisters wanted for health care fraud in the Detroit area are back in the United States after they were captured in Colombia.

Soldiers Charged With Embezzling $1 Million in Afghanistan

Soldiers Charged With Embezzling $1 Million in Afghanistan

Two North Carolina soldiers were charged with embezzling more than $1 million while deployed in Afghanistan in 2009, newspaper The News & Observer reported Sunday.

Stocks close higher as Europe nears budget pact

Stocks close higher as Europe nears budget pact

A deal to forge stronger ties between most of Europe's economies sent stocks sharply higher Friday as hopes grew that the region is close to resolving its debt crisis. The Dow Jones industrial a...

New Allegations Emerge Against Ronny Jackson as White House Digs In

New Allegations Emerge Against Ronny Jackson as White House Digs In

“We’re still moving ahead as planned,” said Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, President Trump’s nominee to lead the Veterans Affairs Department.

Police: Conn. man took funeral urn from girlfriend

Police: Conn. man took funeral urn from girlfriend

Police say a Connecticut man has been charged with stealing a funeral urn containing the ashes of his girlfriend's grandmother.

Michael D. Cohen, Trump’s Longtime Lawyer, Says He Paid Stormy Daniels Out of His Own Pocket

Michael D. Cohen, Trump’s Longtime Lawyer, Says He Paid Stormy Daniels Out of His Own Pocket

Michael D. Cohen, a longtime personal lawyer for President Trump, in September in Washington.

California Police Hunt for Suspects Who Assaulted Woman on Video

California Police Hunt for Suspects Who Assaulted Woman on Video

Police in California are hunting for the perpetrators behind a brutal attack on a woman that was captured on video


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