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The celebrity doctor saw the single-car crash happen Saturday night.
Amos Yee, 16, had faced three years in prison, but will be put on probation instead.
The decision to cut Chicago's rating comes days after court blocked pension reforms.
Economists say the proposal is flawed and would likely end up hurting the middle class.
Bill to restrict abortions is back before the House
President talks with scholars about ways to lift people out of poverty.
Key provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire June 1 unless Congress acts.
The president has selected his hometown to host his future presidential library.
Group will focus on defending the Democrat's record in presidential race.
The big cats, which hunt at night, aren't usually found in Missouri.
Pro-trade senator helps stall fast-track trade measure, at least temporarily.
Ethics investigators had begun a probe, which triggers notification of the subject.
The statue's artist, Pompeo Coppini, wanted the statue to "show the reconciliation between the North and South during World War I."
High mountains, torrential rains and thick clouds make helicopter deliveries treacherous.
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The center of quake was located in an isolated, conservation area.
45.7 million people receive food stamp benefits, federal data show.
For the first time, scientists visually capture the acoustic sound lightning creates.
No Iowa Straw Poll for Jeb Bush. He will instead attend a competing GOP event, the RedState Gathering in Atlanta.