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Imelda leaves 2 dead in Texas, others stranded and trapped

1 dead, 8 injured in pair of Washington DC shootings

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NJ man charged with photographing landmarks as potential terrorism targets

U.S. Navy: Mysterious UFO videos are real

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Pizza Hut joins forces with Cheez-It for new stuffed pizza

Starbucks brings to-go-only store concept to US

California defends tax return law after setback

How to navigate new privacy features in Apple iPhone update

Amazon’s Alexa will allow you to make donations to presidential campaigns

School snack creation of the year: Cheese in a lip balm tube

Colt suspends production of AR-15 for civilian market

US vaping illnesses top 500, Missouri man is 8th death

Administration blocks ‘urgent’ whistleblower disclosure

House OKs measure to prevent possible end-of-month shutdown

US awards $3M to fill gaps in medical marijuana research

UNC Charlotte shooter pleads guilty to murder, gets two consecutive life sentences

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Fetal remains found in abortions doctor's garage are decades old, police say

The remains were found sealed in individual bags inside more than 70 boxes and from abortions performed in 2000, 2001 and 2002 in Indiana, officials said.

1 dead, 5 hurt in shooting in Washington, D.C.

Five adult men and a woman were shot, and one of the men died. Police tweeted they were looking for a car with two males armed with an "AK style" rifle.

Colorado police searching for mosque vandal

"I was not really shocked [by] what happened because I know this happens all over the United States," the mosque's vice president said

Missouri Governor pledges state resources to combat wave of violence in St. Louis

After nearly two dozen fatal shootings of children in and around St. Louis this year, Gov. Mike Parsons announced state resources to help the city.

'As bad as I've ever seen it': Imelda swamps parts of Texas with more than 3 feet of rain

Two people were confirmed dead in the flooding, and rain is expected to continue Friday, making Imelda the 7th-wettest tropical cyclone in U.S. history.