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03/29/2017 01:26 PM
Storm Chasers' Deaths Leave Community Devastated
After three storm chasers were killed in a car accident in Texas, members of the tight-knit community say the deaths have been devastating.

03/29/2017 11:05 AM
Judge Issues Gag Order in Sex-Abuse Case Against Nassar
The doctor's lawyers say pre-trial statements have created a "mob mentality."

03/29/2017 03:08 AM
Ex-Trump Aide Paul Manafort Bought NYC Homes With Cash
Experts say buying homes for cash and then later taking out mortgages can raise suspicions.

03/29/2017 06:17 PM
State Dept. Employee Charged With Taking Money From China
Candace Claiborne told investigators she turned over only unclassified information, and she is not charged with providing anything classified.

03/29/2017 05:52 PM
Wall Stall: Border Bids Deadline Extended
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the deadline for potential bidders for the roughly 2,000-mile-long wall had been extended to April 4.

03/29/2017 04:34 PM
Jewel Thief, 86, Banned From Malls Under Plea Deal
"No shopping trips," a judge told the legendary larcenist.

03/29/2017 04:22 PM
Christie's Battle Against Opioid Addiction Is Personal
Chris Christie, who heads the White House commission to combat drug addiction, knows what it's like to lose somebody to an overdose.

03/29/2017 04:05 PM
Christie Allies Get Prison in Bridgegate Scandal
Two former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were sentenced to short prison terms Wednesday for engineering lane closures at the George Washington Bridge as alleged retaliation against a Democratic mayor who didn't endorse the governor. Bill Baroni, who served as deputy executive director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, will spend two years behind bars and must do 500 hours of community service. His conspirator Bridget Anne Kelly was sentenced to 18 months in prison, plus a year of probation.

03/29/2017 03:40 PM
Kurt Cochran's Family Attends London Terror Attack Vigil
A procession and a minute's silence were held on Westminster Bridge, exactly one week after the attack which killed Kurt Cochran and three others

03/29/2017 03:35 PM
Jared Kushner Among People Being Interviewed in Senate's Trump-Russia Probe
Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr and Vice-Chair Mark Warner say the goal of the Senate's hearing is to examine Russian capability to influence global elections and determine exactly how big a role Russia played in the 2016 presidential election.

03/29/2017 03:27 PM
Police: Shots Fired Near Capitol Hill After Driver Hit Cop Car
Police say shots were fired near Capitol Hill after a driver hit a cop car on Wednesday morning.

03/29/2017 03:21 PM
Body of Missing Disabled Teen Found in Vacant Indiana House
Aleah Beckerle disappeared in July of last year from her family's Evansville, Indiana home.

03/29/2017 03:17 PM
Police Chiefs to Trump: Don't Punish Sanctuary Cities
The International Association of Chiefs of Police asked President Trump not to punish sanctuary cities by cutting federal funding.

03/29/2017 02:32 PM
Dreamer's Tax Post Sparks Backlash
College student says she's being harassed after posting photo of her 1040 form to counter the myth that immigrants don't pay taxes.

03/29/2017 01:58 PM
Trump, Christie Outline Plans to Fight Opioid Epidemic
President Trump and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie held a listening session at the White House on Wednesday with individuals affected by the natio

03/29/2017 01:36 PM
Is Heroin Becoming More Socially Acceptable?
The number of people trying and abusing heroin has gone up by nearly five times in the U.S. since 2002, and white men are especially affected.

03/29/2017 01:27 PM
LGBTQ Americans Won't Be Counted in U.S. Census After All
Advocates are calling for a congressional oversight hearing after LGBTQ questions were quickly removed from a draft of the 2020 Census.

03/29/2017 01:12 PM
Tillerson to Attend His First NATO Meeting
At his first NATO meeting on Friday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will push allies to increase their defense spending

03/29/2017 12:47 PM
Women in These 5 States Choose Unneeded Mastectomies More Often
Too many U.S. women who are diagnosed with breast cancer opt to have both breasts removed. Now a new study shows where they live has a big effect.

03/29/2017 10:48 AM
IRS Phone Scammers Now Demand iTunes Gift Cards From Victims
Scammers ask victims to pay their bogus IRS debts over the phone by reading them the numbers off of iTunes gift cards.

03/29/2017 10:36 AM
Senate Intel Committee May Interview Ex-UK Spy Christopher Steele
Three sources told NBC News the committee is in talks to interview Steele, who wrote the dossier alleging links between the Trump campaign and Russia.

03/29/2017 09:29 AM
'Never Seen Anything Like It': Lab Scandal Could Overturn 23,000 Convictions
About 23,000 people convicted of low-level drug crimes could have their cases wiped away as the result of an epic Massachusetts lab scandal.

03/29/2017 07:51 AM
Trump to Set Up Commission on Opioid Crisis
More than 33,000 people died from opioids, which include prescription painkillers and heroin, in 2015. The CDC calls it an overdose epidemic.

03/29/2017 05:44 AM
Missing American UN Worker Found Dead in Congo Shallow Grave
The bodies of two U.N. researchers were found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, more than two weeks after they disappeared.

03/28/2017 11:07 PM
Pair Behind Planned Parenthood Sting Videos Charged
'We look forward to showing the entire world what is on our yet-unreleased video tapes,' the Center for Medical Progress responded in a statement.



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