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Police identify the dead shooter as a Canadian man born in 1982.
Mississippi officials also are reopening investigation into her 20-month-old girl's death.
Officers have frequently locked inmates in their cells based on races involved in riots.
A federal judge in Puerto Rico has upheld a ban against same-sex marriage.
Historic structure partially crumbled Tuesday, then completely failed.
The Free Press poll shows Democrat Gary Peters with 11-point lead on Terri Lynn Land.
South Korea wants you to forget war and think of the militarized border as a rare animal sanctuary.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch says it has obtained copy of an autopsy report on Michael Brown.
Police said woman threatened to arrest unruly juveniles, residents in an RV park.
Quinnipiac Poll finds voters don't like either Gov. Rick Scott or Democrat Charlie Crist.
Your Take shares tips on photographing the solar eclipse.
Some of the dogs had scars consistent with dog fighting.
Secret Service dogs stop intruder a month after Army vet bolted across lawn and into the White House.
President Obama's press secretary bets on Kansas City; Biden's backs San Francisco.
Man seeks apology from McDonald's after being served sandwich with bites taken out of it.
Mother says Dallas nurse, who contracted virus from Liberian who later died, is regaining strength.
Thirteen-year-old was killed while visiting family in Yemen.
Thursday afternoon, a partial solar eclipse will be visible across much of the USA.
Jeffrey Fowle was detained for nearly half a year for leaving a Bible at a nightclub.
Ron Klain begins his tenure as Ebola Response Coordinator, the so-called "Ebola czar."