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She pleaded guilty in April to stealing a $22,500 diamond ring in 2013.
Kurds gained control of a hospital, aided by a British airstrike.
Court bans man who has filed 120-plus lawsuits from activity unless in 'immediate danger.'
President Obama discusses the economy and immigration on a busy Thursday.
Experts say combining records could give better picture of unintended shootings by minors.
He can't vote yet, but he's leading Hong Kong's massive pro-democracy demonstration.
Both sides in Hong Kong agree to talks, but the chief executive says he won't resign.
Sophomore Hannah Graham, who is missing, was last seen on the Downtown Mall.
Activists hope for change in a city that is two-thirds black, led by white officials.
Mike Coffman brings up Andrew Romanoff's record in his campaign's latest ad.
The Supreme Court's 2014 docket has become littered with political cases.
TV quiz show contestants couldn't decipher acronym for federal agency once led by senator.
Emergency manager Kevyn Orr testifies on 17th day of Detroit's bankruptcy trial.
N.J. town asks state to offer security barriers on the span.
Users looking to view the show will see a disclaimer on Amazon Prime and iTunes.
Residents say they haven't received information from CDC or health dept.
Americans are projected to spend like foolish ghouls this Halloween, according to a recent survey by the American Retail Federation.
The ongoing burger wars show no sign of stopping globally.
The law lets people ask a judge to remove guns from a relative they think poses a threat.
President meets with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House.