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A judge ruled a prosecutor suppressed witness statements, opening the way for a new trial.
The jury reached a verdict during the lunch hour. The judge will read it after giving time for alternates to arrive.
Contracts for university heads usually last for four years.
Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the assault on the Maka Al-Mukarramah hotel.
The Senate is expected to take up the issue in mid-April after its two-week recess.
President praises the retiring senator.
With environmentally safe stay-dry product, artwork shows up only when it's wet out.
Residents in long line for state money to offset installation costs.
Suspect was arrested at Chicago airport allegedly preparing to travel to join ISIL
The Senate is expected to take up the bill Friday.
The minority leader has had a birthday wish for a pool table for five years.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, under threat of budget cuts, proposes payday loan rules
The new initiative focuses on overdose reversal and prescription drug monitoring programs.
Authorities sent jet for woman located Wednesday, but now she has attorney and not talking.
"This was one of those scenes you never want to see," sheriff says.
Black markets along the Chinese border are now spawning a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Would Mitt Romney be interested in joining GOP ticket as a vice presidential pick? Nah.
French prosecutor says co-pilot of Germanwings plane locked pilot out of cockpit.
The lawsuit is one of three high profile sex discrimination suits at play in Silicon Valley.
Service follows a week of events related to commemorating Richard III's death.