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Police in Phoenix looking for '$60 Bill Bandit'

Police in Phoenix looking for '$60 Bill Bandit'

Police in the Phoenix area are looking for a bank robbery suspect they've dubbed the "$60 Bill Bandit" because he once asked a teller for $40 and $60 bills — denominations that aren't pri...

Tentative October trial date set for John Edwards

Tentative October trial date set for John Edwards

The trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards can begin in October, a federal judge said Thursday, despite arguments from the ex-senator's lawyers that they need more time. ...

Iran shipping firm charged with conspiracy in NYC

Iran shipping firm charged with conspiracy in NYC

Facing mounting sanctions around the world, Iran's government-owned shipping company has been criminally charged with adopting aliases to con New York-based banks into processing $60 million in banned transactions, prosecutors said Monday.

GOP's Pawlenty to outline economic plan on Tuesday

GOP's Pawlenty to outline economic plan on Tuesday

Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty is planning next week to detail how he would balance the federal budget and reshape the nation's tax code.

40 injured in Washington state hayride accident

40 injured in Washington state hayride accident

Authorities say four people were hospitalized and 40 others sustained minor injuries in a hayride accident on Shaw Island.

UN Ex-Weapons Inspector Faces Sex-Sting Trial

UN Ex-Weapons Inspector Faces Sex-Sting Trial

A longtime U.N. weapons inspector who became a fierce critic of the Iraq war is scheduled to stand trial in an online sex-sting case.

Okla. woman sentenced to life for child abuse

Okla. woman sentenced to life for child abuse

A woman who threw herself at the mercy of the court after being accused of abusing her son has been sentenced to two life terms for child abuse.

Holes Remain in Flight School Scrutiny After 9/11

Holes Remain in Flight School Scrutiny After 9/11

Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, government screening has made it harder for foreign students to enroll in civilian flight schools like a handful of the hijackers had done, banking on America being inviting and a place to learn quickly.

Teen accused of urinating on Ore.-to-NY passenger

Teen accused of urinating on Ore.-to-NY passenger

An 18-year-old accused of urinating on the leg of another passenger during an Oregon-to-New York City flight will not face charges, prosecutors said.

Va. police: Woman found in NC man's trunk was shot

Va. police: Woman found in NC man's trunk was shot

Police say a woman found dead in the trunk of a North Carolina man's car was an 18-year-old friend who was reported missing with him.

Colo. person of interest now suspect

Colo. person of interest now suspect

A man labeled as a person of interest in a fire that led to the discovery of a pipe bomb in a Colorado mall is now being called a suspect.

Protesters arrested outside upstate NY drone base

Protesters arrested outside upstate NY drone base

A protest against armed military drones operated from an upstate New York air base has led to a number of arrests.

Government Website Reveals Students' Personal Financial Details

Government Website Reveals Students' Personal Financial Details

The personal financial details of as many as 5,000 college students were temporarily laid bare for other students to view on the Education Department's direct loan website earlier this month, an education official testified Tuesday.

Trying for House Gains, Democrats Bless Moderates and Annoy Liberals

Trying for House Gains, Democrats Bless Moderates and Annoy Liberals

Clarke Tucker, a Democratic candidate for Congress who comes across as a moderate, has the backing of the national party’s Congressional campaign committee in the May 22 primary in his central Arkansas district.

Hiring likely to boost spending despite gas prices

Hiring likely to boost spending despite gas prices

Consumers as a whole will likely spend more this year. But it's not because we'll all be earning more money. Even people lucky enough to get a raise will likely spend most of the extra dollars to pay higher gas and food prices.

Sheriff’s Deputy Defends Actions in Florida Shooting, Denying He Was a ‘Coward’

Sheriff’s Deputy Defends Actions in Florida Shooting, Denying He Was a ‘Coward’

Scot Peterson in 2015. Mr. Peterson, a former Broward deputy, initially received a call of “firecrackers — and not gunfire” near the freshman building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a statement from his lawyer said.


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