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Seven-year-old boy is expected to survive gunshot wound after being shot by grandmother.
A spokeswoman said officials have not confirmed how much fuel spilled.
James Jeffords' party switch in 2001 changed the majority in the U.S. Senate.
Lauren and David Blair have renewed their vows 109 times during their 30-year marriage.
A Cleveland judge could decide to send the youngsters back to Guatemala in 30 days.
Jena David survived massive flooding in Detroit thanks to a good Samaritan.
Attorney general goes to Ferguson Wednesday for briefing on Michael Brown shooting inquiry
President Obama meets with his economic team.
James Foley has been missing since he was kidnapped in Syria in November 2012.
Teachers participate in firearms training.
Tibetans say the rail line is part of a campaign to dilute their culture
He calls the abuse-of-power charges political; supporters rally at courthouse.
Ferguson unrest puts spotlight on training police get for tense situations
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The rains created a river of mud that closed I-17 and trapped motorists.
With summer ratings lower than usual, TV execs hope to change how ratings are measured.
No officers were injured.
In NYC, protesters gather outside the NYPD to express sympathy with Ferguson, Mo.
N.C. woman driven by knowledge that kids not in school often go hungry.
The 16-day-old giraffe finds his brother and is running and playing in no time.