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Today's special Take 5 features images of Sunday's People's Climate March in NYC.
A new TV ad from a conservative group attacks Rep. Gary Peters' record as Michigan Lottery commissioner.
Police said five men and one woman were arrested after rushing a government complex.
Lacey Spears is accused of fatally poisoning her 5-year-old son with salt.
A taco truck that served up an unusual side dish is among this week's stories.
Holder also announced a new juvenile justice initiative.
There's nothing like an late night stroll by the water -- well, right up to the point where an alligator tries to eat you.
Move over, baking soda volcanoes: These girls' microbial research may improve crop yields.
How does this two-headed guy cross the road?
The short supplies highlight differences between the systems in Colorado and Washington.
Justice Dept. pressures Ferguson ban on 'I Am Darren Wilson' wristbands.
Protesters took to the streets, with some calling for Tom Jackson's resignation.
For fliers, the situation is likely to create major disruptions across the USA.
The FBI is investigating, but so far there is no connection to terrorism, police said.
Can President Obama get a new attorney general confirmed by a lame duck Senate?
The new U.S. poet laureate, Charles Wright, on Twitter's helpful impact: Keep it short.
Boat carrying two men crossed 'right in front' of 600-foot barge, fire officials said.
Groups aren't sure the time has come to invest significantly in tea party candidate
Prime Minister David Cameron made the case to British legislators Friday.
President Obama addresses a summit on global health.