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Catholic Priests Abused 1,000 Children in Pennsylvania, Report Says

Catholic Priests Abused 1,000 Children in Pennsylvania, Report Says

Victims of clerical sex abuse and their relatives reacted as Attorney General Josh Shapiro discussed the grand jury report at a news conference in Harrisburg.

Closing arguments in Katrina shooting trial

Closing arguments in Katrina shooting trial

Hurricane Katrina gave no excuse for the carnage on a New Orleans bridge where police shot and killed two unarmed people and wounded four others in 2005, a federal prosecutor said in closing arg...

It’s a Stretch, but Mitch McConnell Is Reaching Across the Aisle

It’s a Stretch, but Mitch McConnell Is Reaching Across the Aisle

Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, after a meeting this month on Capitol Hill with fellow Republicans.

Tucson Shooting Suspect Jared Loughner Sent to Missouri for Mental Exam

Tucson Shooting Suspect Jared Loughner Sent to Missouri for Mental Exam

The suspect in the January shooting rampage in Tucson was flown Wednesday to a specialized facility in Missouri to undergo a court-ordered mental evaluation, and his lawyers immediately asked an appeals court for him to be returned.

U.S. Fertility Rate Fell to a Record Low, for a Second Straight Year

U.S. Fertility Rate Fell to a Record Low, for a Second Straight Year

Shannon Hettinger, 32, of Washington, D.C., said she definitely wanted children but for now was focused on her career. “Once I achieve a certain level of success,” she said, “then I’ll start thinking about a family.”

AP Sources: Chrysler has deal to repay gov't loans

AP Sources: Chrysler has deal to repay gov't loans

Chrysler is close to repaying its government bailouts.

Milwaukee Teen Admits to Killing Step-Grandfather Over Spilt Milk

Milwaukee Teen Admits to Killing Step-Grandfather Over Spilt Milk

A Milwaukee girl accused of stabbing and killing her step-grandfather at age 13 for pouring her milk down the drain admitted to the charge Tuesday, offering the juvenile equivalent of a guilty plea and receiving a sentence of at least one year of detention.

Helicopter maker settles claims over 2009 crash

Helicopter maker settles claims over 2009 crash

The manufacturer of a helicopter that crashed in 2009 in Louisiana, killing eight people, has agreed to settlements with families of several crash victims who sued the company.

Niagara Falls Considers Going Into Wastewater Business

Niagara Falls Considers Going Into Wastewater Business

The city that put Love Canal and Superfund in the environmental lexicon may get back into the business of dealing with toxic waste — this time willingly. It is considering whether to truck in and treat wastewater left over from natural gas drilling.

An Envoy Who Can Rival ‘North Korea’s Ivanka’

An Envoy Who Can Rival ‘North Korea’s Ivanka’

During her visit to South Korea, Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s daughter and adviser, is likely to project a more accessible image than the vice president, simply by virtue of her age and background.

US troops killed in Afghanistan and Africa

US troops killed in Afghanistan and Africa

?Marine Lance Cpl. Christopher S. Meis

Navy Chief Petty Officer Arrested in Wife's Death in New Orleans

Navy Chief Petty Officer Arrested in Wife's Death in New Orleans

New Orleans police say a Navy chief petty officer stationed in Virginia has been arrested and faces charges in the fatal stabbing of his wife -- possibly with a pen.

GOP showcasing Hispanic stars

GOP showcasing Hispanic stars

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio are popular, relative political newcomers in presidential battleground states.

2 Chicago Police officers accused of sex assault

2 Chicago Police officers accused of sex assault

Chicago Police Superintendent Terry Hillard says two officers have been placed on administrative duty as the department investigates allegations that they were involved in the sexual assault of a woman on the city's North Side this week.

Full Tilt Poker's Offshore Gambling License Suspended

Full Tilt Poker's Offshore Gambling License Suspended

Casino regulators on the British Channel Islands have suspended the gambling license of Full Tilt Poker, halting the company's online card games and intensifying its legal problems in the United States.

Applications for unemployment aid drop slightly

Applications for unemployment aid drop slightly

Fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, adding to evidence that layoffs are slowing and employers may be stepping up hiring.


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