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Indiana sheriff outraged by request from animal rights group.
N.J. governor won't say why a New York Times report "wasn't accurate" about weight loss.
Police chief commissioner says new information suggests Numan Haider did not work alone.
Driver thought she was parked, hit accelerator instead of brake, officials say.
The mother prayed for years for a baby, but his short life ended in tragedy.
President Obama addresses the United Nations General Assembly.
This year's brood of insects seems particularly large, experts say.
Experts know how to handle virus, U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander tells roundtable.
WUSA9/USA TODAY investigation has identified a secret list of risky natural gas pipelines all over the Washington area.
New coalition strikes hit Syria.
A visit by President Obama and several large-scale events have clogged up New York City.
No evidence so far links student's death to hazing, but Clemson says suspension is 'prudent.'
Unit would be first headquarters sent to Iraq since U.S. withdrawal in 2011.
The trooper was fired last week after officials said he failed to follow protocol.
The suit says the whiskey maker uses stock product, rather than a Capone-linked recipe.
President Obama jokes about the traffic jams that afflict New York during UN week.
The judge granted the delay, but denied a request to move the trial.
Indonesia's president says major powers should work together to address the Ukraine issue.
Potential candidates in both parties could be haunted by positions taken now.
Woman said she felt betrayed after her boyfriend admitted having affair with colleague.