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01/15/2017 11:18 AM
Ringling Bros. Circus, 'The Greatest Show on Earth,' to Close After 146 Years
High operating costs, changing public tastes and battles with animal rights groups all contributed to what the owner called a very difficult decision.

01/15/2017 12:37 PM
6 Dead in Winter Storms as Kansas and Missouri Brace for More Ice
A swath of the country from the Texas panhandle to Oklahoma, Kansas and parts of Missouri were battered with another round of freezing rain Sunday.

01/15/2017 02:24 PM
More Democratic Lawmakers Refuse to Attend Inauguration
Twenty-four Democratic lawmakers are skipping Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20, some after Trump called a civil rights icon "all talk."

01/15/2017 12:59 PM
Eddie Long, Megachurch Pastor Embroiled in Scandal, Dies
Eddie Long, the pastor of a Georgia megachurch whose reputation was tarnished after former congregants accused him of sexual misconduct, has died.

01/15/2017 11:41 AM
Trump's Rapid Ambassador Recall Is 'Risky Move': Experts
Donald Trump's plan to turf out dozens of ambassadors on the day he takes office risks months of risky uncertainty in sensitive parts of the world.

01/15/2017 04:16 AM
How Automation May Challenge Trump's Promises on Jobs
A consulting company says the U.S. is on the verge of a robotics revolution — 10 percent of manufacturing tasks handled by robots today in a decade will become 25 percent.

01/14/2017 10:44 PM
Immigration Activists Stage Day of Action Against Trump
Saturday's march and rally in Salem, Oregon was one of dozens across the country and participants say they're ready to fight Donald Trump's immigration policies for as long as it takes, KGW's Maggie Vespa reports.

01/14/2017 07:55 PM
Girl Abducted From Florida Hospital 18 Years Ago Reunited with Parents
It was an emotional and surreal reunion for the parents of Kamiyah Mobley, their 18-year-old daughter who was stolen from them in a hospital only hour

01/14/2017 05:42 PM
Marchers Brave Cold, Rain for MLK March in DC
Despite rain and cold weather, marchers filled several blocks in Washington on Saturday as they rallied in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day demonstration.

01/14/2017 03:14 PM
City Refers to MLK Day as 'Great Americans Day' in Posts
Biloxi, Mississippi, faced backlash after publishing notices that it would be observing "Great Americans Day" on the third Monday of January.

01/14/2017 03:10 PM
SpaceX Launches First Rocket Since Explosion
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from California on Saturday and placed a constellation of satellites in orbit.

01/14/2017 01:54 PM
Why 'Don' Is Being Covered on Inauguration Potties
The great port-a-potty cover-up of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration has been solved.

01/14/2017 01:38 PM
Jennifer Holliday Backs Out of Inauguration Performance
After receiving backlash, Jennifer Holliday has reversed a decision to perform at an inaugural concert on Thursday for President-elect Donald Trump.

01/14/2017 11:18 AM
Deadly Ice Storm Cripples Roads, Threatens 44 Million
Tens of millions throughout the plains and the Midwest are bracing for dangerous winter conditions that could last for several days.

01/14/2017 10:20 AM
Ferguson Painting at Capitol To Be Removed: GOP Lawmaker
A GOP congressman reported Friday that a painting stirring controversy on Capitol Hill will be taken down Tuesday.

01/14/2017 09:41 AM
Is It Too Soon for 'Patriot's Day'?
The film, which recreates the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the manhunt for the culprit, is expanding to theaters nationwide on Friday.

01/14/2017 02:05 AM
Protests Nix Milo Yiannopoulos Event at California University
The chancellor of UC Davis said he was disappointed and all views should be respected. Embattled former drug CEO Martin Shkreli was also to speak.

01/14/2017 01:58 AM
Man Steals Car With Young Children Inside
Police in Layton, Utah, are searching for a man they say stole a vehicle with two young children inside.

01/13/2017 11:54 PM
NYPD Mourns Loss of Paralyzed Detective Who Forgave His Attacker
Steven McDonald was shot and paralyzed on the job in 1986 and went on to become a champion of forgiveness. Mourners called him an inspiration.

01/13/2017 11:50 PM
WH: We Didn't Coordinate Flynn Call to Russian Ambassador
A columnist asked if Flynn's conversation violated "the spirit" of the Logan Act.

01/13/2017 10:58 PM
Pipeline Opponents: North Dakota Bills Criminalize Protest
The Republican-controlled state legislature is proposing bills motivated by local frustration with the protest over the pipeline near Sioux land.

01/13/2017 10:15 PM
Cops Involved in Tamir Rice's Death Face Administrative Charges
The charges, which include providing false information on a job application and using improper tactics, could result in suspension up to termination.

01/13/2017 08:49 PM
Houston Promises Human Trafficking Crackdown Ahead of Super Bowl
Houston, Texas, leaders announced an effort to crack down on sex trafficking ahead of Super Bowl LI. Jennifer Bauer reports.

01/13/2017 07:32 PM
Feds: Chicago Police Violated People's Rights for Years
Chicago police routinely violated residents' civil rights over a period of several years, the Department of Justice said Friday as it announced the results of a year-long investigation sparked by the shooting death of Laquan MacDonald. The misconduct included a pattern of unconstitutional arrests and use of excessive force by the country's second largest police department, and a failure to adequately examine those transgressions, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.

01/13/2017 07:16 PM
Senate Intelligence Committee to Probe Russian Intel Activities
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence leadership said "the committee will follow the intelligence wherever it leads."



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