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The deputy was checking a low-water crossing when she reported being swept away.
We round up the news stories and home gadgets that left the biggest mark on us this week.
Monsoon rains worsened by a tropical storm flood Philippine capital
A record turnout of about 84% voted on Thursday's referendum.
Federal sources say no link found connecting New Jersey governor to bridge scandal.
Churches hope to overcome the social disconnect between prospective members and congregations.
The home police have surrounded is not far from the Poconos family home of the suspect.
Sentence to prison and 91 lashes for 'vulgar' video suspended for three years.
President congratulates Scotland for "full and energetic exercise of democracy."
In the past five years, jets under NORAD's command have intercepted more than 50 Russian bombers approaching North American airspace.
The incident occurred just minutes after President Obama left the White House on Friday evening.
Thousands of tourists were stranded after Odile barrelled through the resort area Sunday.
Surplus equipment goes to agencies affiliated with some 120 schools, colleges and universities.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi responds to claims in terrorist video.
Attorneys, witnesses argue about whether Christopher Lee Davis is intellectually disabled.
A really horrific first date is among the weirdest crime stories of the week.
Outcome means new powers will be handed to Edinburgh.
Scotland will receive greater autonomy within the U.K.
President Obama campaigns against sex assault and speaks at a women's leadership program.
Cody Cousins, a senior at Purdue, said he killed Andrew Boldt 'because I wanted to.'