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No Bomb Found After Threat on Flight at Oakland Airport

No Bomb Found After Threat on Flight at Oakland Airport

A bomb threat against an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to Oakland, Calif., that originated from a note discovered in a San Francisco airport bookstore was not credible, the FBI said Monday.

Authorities Search for 4 Boaters Missing Off New Jersey Coast

Authorities Search for 4 Boaters Missing Off New Jersey Coast

The Coast Guard says it hasn't heard from four people aboard a sailboat off the New Jersey coast since they radioed that it was nearly submerged.

US attorney: no federal offense in Texas beating

US attorney: no federal offense in Texas beating

Federal prosecutors said Friday they would not charge a Texas judge seen lashing his teenage daughter with a belt on a video posted online, closing the door on the possibility of criminal charge...

Lawyer: My client did not hire to shoot Tupac

Lawyer: My client did not hire to shoot Tupac

A hip-hop mogul wanted by federal authorities on drug charges did not orchestrate a plot to ambush rapper Tupac Shakur outside a recording studio in the mid-1990s, his lawyer said Thursday....

Judge finds Indiana teen guilty in school shooting

Judge finds Indiana teen guilty in school shooting

A 16-year-old boy accused of shooting a former classmate at a central Indiana school last spring has been found guilty of attempted murder.

Military Shifts Focus to Threats by Russia and China, Not Terrorism

Military Shifts Focus to Threats by Russia and China, Not Terrorism

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke Friday at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington.

Private report: US added 300,000 jobs in December

Private report: US added 300,000 jobs in December

Companies added nearly 300,000 jobs in December, according to an unofficial count by a private payroll firm — more than in any month in the past decade. The news raised hopes that the gov...

California School Board Hopeful Once Arrested for Child Abduction

California School Board Hopeful Once Arrested for Child Abduction

A candidate for a school board in Northern California acknowledged she was once arrested for abducting four girls from a bus stop, but said she was under "mental duress" at the time and had meant no harm.

Two Federal Reserve Openings Provide One Chance to Counter Trump

Two Federal Reserve Openings Provide One Chance to Counter Trump

Jerome H. Powell, President Trump’s nominee for Federal Reserve chairman, during a Senate confirmation hearing in November. Mr. Trump will also be able to pick a nominee for vice chairman, but another powerful opening — president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York — is not within his control.

Separate trial for ex-officer in Katrina shootings

Separate trial for ex-officer in Katrina shootings

A federal judge has ordered a separate trial for one of six current or former police officers accused of a plot to cover up deadly shootings of unarmed New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katr...

Websites told to remove Hayward deposition video

Websites told to remove Hayward deposition video

A judge has ordered that video clips of a deposition former BP chief Tony Hayward gave last month in ongoing Gulf of Mexico oil spill litigation be removed from the online sites of News Corp. iPad-only newspaper The Daily and Google Inc.'s YouTube.

Chrysler reports 2Q loss due to bailout repayment

Chrysler reports 2Q loss due to bailout repayment

The cost of paying off government debt kept Chrysler from making money in the second quarter, but that didn't stop its cars from selling well.

Ecstasy as a Remedy for PTSD? You Probably Have Some Questions.

Ecstasy as a Remedy for PTSD? You Probably Have Some Questions.

MDMA pills used in a study on the drug’s effectiveness as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in veterans.

Mattel weighing options after $309M judgment

Mattel weighing options after $309M judgment

The first salvo was fired years ago when toy giant Mattel Inc. sued MGA Entertainment Inc. over ownership of the hugely popular Bratz fashion doll line. The turbulent legal chapter has now ended with a federal judge ordering Mattel to pay its rival more than $309 million.

Turmoil shouldn't derail economic recovery

Turmoil shouldn't derail economic recovery

The world is facing new threats from surging oil prices, Mideast turmoil, higher inflation in China and Europe's debt woes, but the troubles should not be severe enough to derail recovery from the worst global recession since World War II, the International Monetary Fund said Monday.

Convicted Murderer Sues Prison Guards For Saving His Life

Convicted Murderer Sues Prison Guards For Saving His Life

A convicted murderer is suing the state of Colorado for saving his life after his heart stopped beating.


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