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Wis. gov. to outline ultimate intentions in budget

Wis. gov. to outline ultimate intentions in budget

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, quickly becoming a darling of Republicans across the country for his plan to take away most collective bargaining rights from public workers, will get another chance to bolster his national conservative credentials when he unveils the rest of his plan for dealing with the state's budget woes.

Trump Has a Few Things He’d Like to Get Off His Chest

Trump Has a Few Things He’d Like to Get Off His Chest

Speaking to reporters, President Trump answered questions about investigations, North Korea and immigration.

Kelly Finds Himself in a Familiar Place in the Trump White House: Eyeing the Exits

Kelly Finds Himself in a Familiar Place in the Trump White House: Eyeing the Exits

Several current and former officials said that John F. Kelly, President Trump’s chief of staff, had given the impression that he did not hold his boss in high regard.

Police: Woman threatened to blow up DC train

Police: Woman threatened to blow up DC train

Authorities say a woman threatened to blow up a Metro commuter train in the nation's capital, causing panicked riders to scramble along the tracks to avoid what they feared was a bomb.

Md. county agrees to pay $4M to foreign teachers

Md. county agrees to pay $4M to foreign teachers

The public school system in Prince George's County, Md. has agreed to pay $4 million to reimburse more than 1,000 foreign teachers it hired and required to pay fees the school system should have...

With no 'Christmas,' Tulsa group plans own parade

With no 'Christmas,' Tulsa group plans own parade

Upset that Tulsa's official holiday parade no longer includes the word "Christmas" in its title, a handful of residents say they will stage a separate parade for those who want to honor the reason for the season.

Charges Against Bundys in Ranch Standoff Case Are Dismissed

Charges Against Bundys in Ranch Standoff Case Are Dismissed

Members of the Bundy family and their supporters near Bunkerville, Nev., in April 2014.

Slain man's family sues Baltimore officer

Slain man's family sues Baltimore officer

Relatives of an unarmed man shot dead outside a nightclub last summer have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Baltimore police officer.

Pa. college prof leaves class, jumps to his death

Pa. college prof leaves class, jumps to his death

Police say a Philadelphia college professor killed himself by diving over a second-floor railing inside a campus building during class.

Pennsylvania Man Guilty Of Shooting Ex's Fiance

Pennsylvania Man Guilty Of Shooting Ex's Fiance

An eastern Pennsylvania man has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the death of the fiance of a woman he used to date.

Woman arrested for putting infant in bed of truck

Woman arrested for putting infant in bed of truck

A central Florida woman is charged with child neglect after authorities say she rode in the bed of a pickup truck with an 8-month old child next to her in a stroller.

Trans-Alaska oil pipeline restarted despite leak

Trans-Alaska oil pipeline restarted despite leak

Oil resumed flowing through the trans-Alaska pipeline Wednesday, but at only two-thirds the rate before a 3½-day shutdown caused by a leak.

Feds push back in flap over blowout preventer test

Feds push back in flap over blowout preventer test

Federal investigators are pushing back against criticism they aren't doing enough to keep companies involved in the Gulf oil spill away from any hands-on role in the forensic analysis of a key p...

La. man charged after driving with wife's body

La. man charged after driving with wife's body

Authorities say a south Louisiana man has been accused of murder after driving for about six hours with his wife's body before entering a police station to say he killed her.

Man charged as NC terror ringleader due in court

Man charged as NC terror ringleader due in court

A North Carolina man accused of plotting international terrorism will appear in federal court for a plea hearing.

Study Calls Snub of Obama’s Supreme Court Pick Unprecedented

Study Calls Snub of Obama’s Supreme Court Pick Unprecedented

Judge Merrick B. Garland, President Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court, on his way to a meeting with a senator in the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington last month.


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