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Buffalo, Mo. man charged in the death of a 3-month-old boy

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Polk County, Mo. authorities locate missing Bolivar, Mo. man

Review finds 90% of Missouri rape kits never tested

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Two U.S. service members killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

The military said preliminary reports do not indicate the crash was caused by enemy fire, and the cause is under investigation.

Murder-suicide that killed 3 outside Oklahoma Walmart a 'domestic dispute'

The gunman had been married to the woman he killed, and the man fatally shot is believed to have been dating her, police said.

'Slave for sale' ad on Craigslist showed black teen, contained racial slur

A teen from the Chicago suburb of Naperville posted the classmate's picture on Craiglist with a caption that included a racial slur, police said.

'Sign or resign': Syracuse University students demand action after racist incidents

The forum capped a tumultuous day at the private university in Syracuse, New York, which has been roiled by a string of recent racist incidents on campus.

Trump says he won't allow Navy to act against SEAL who posed with ISIS corpse

Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher was ordered dropped in rank after he was found guilty of posing with the corpse of a teenage ISIS fighter. Trump last week reversed the order.