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Area man filed lawsuit to close business that allowed tourists to shoot machine guns.
Civil unrest in Ferguson, like other U.S. racial flashpoints, could bring change
Police and union officials said the officer "appears to have used poor judgment."
Condemned killer Les Brown plans to exhaust fourth appeal before scheduled execution.
The decision follows a study that found limited environmental impacts from fracking.
William Kennedy Smith is running for a D.C. advisory neighborhood board.
Disease could infect 6 times as many as are now suffering.
Ukraine's president says Russian forces have entered his country.
A Cuba-bound flight was forced to return to Toronto and two women are in custody.
You can't tell the potential Supreme Court cases on same-sex marriage without a scorecard.
Tree explodes in a flash of lightning in Sweden.
President Obama's Islamic State remarks were obscured by Twitter's obsession with his suit.
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The Lee County district voted 3-2 to do away with the statewide, standardized testing.
Dog meat's popularity is fading a country where 2 million dogs are still eaten every year.
The body was found close to where a Palestinian victim of a revenge killing was discovered in July.
Closing arguments in federal corruption case against Bob and Maureen McDonnell are Friday.
One of the first photos of a tornado ever was taken 130 years ago today.