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The grave situation in France continues after 12 were killed at satirical newspaper 'Charlie Hebdo' this week.
Priest said father seemed agitated but not threatening.
At least one person injured in the incident near Paris' Porte de Vincennes.
Woman filed a lawsuit Thursday against the school and head basketball coach Dana Altman.
The blast occurred at aa building housing NAACP offices in Colorado Springs.
Eric Taylor McDavid was released nine years into a 20-year sentence.
Reservist is seeking re-enlistment under new military grooming rules.
Pilot program will first test new rules for female recruits.
$113 bln budget would spend more on K-12 students
Test results showed her blood-alcohol level was 0.22%.
Petraeus has been under investigation for passing information to his former mistress
Hundreds of bodies remain strewn in the bush in Nigeria from an Islamic extremist attack.
It is not clear if the terrorist organization's claim is authentic.
David S. Cohen has been the Obama administration's point man on terrorist financing.
Company was planning to replace component that scrubbed earlier attempt.
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Police established phone contact with the suspects who were holed up in a printing warehouse.
Children in 34 states developed a mysterious paralysis that could be linked to a virus.
The proposal would cost $60 billion over 10 years, White House says.
Carin Mehler says the Rye, N.Y., school district still hasn't told her what she did wrong.