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SUV pursued by police runs stop sign, slams into Honda carrying family of four a block from home.
Charles Payne died Aug. 1 in Chicago of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, his wife said.
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Three who worked with patients infected with Ebola in Liberia are back in U.S.
Fire crews are trying to gain ground on two wildfires threatening nearly 750 Calif. homes.
Shannon Conley, 19, was arrested in April as she tried to board a plane to the Middle East.
George H.W. Bush sends prayers to crew on his namesake aircraft carrier involved in Iraq airstrikes.
Thomas Donovan calls pro-bono aid a protest against penalizing simple possession of pot.
House members from Wisconsin have raised $10.1 million from outside the state.
Hillary Clinton explains break with Obama on Syria and his "don't do stupid stuff" doctrine.
The missionaries will be quarantined for 21 days upon their return to the United States.
Police say they don't see anything offensive about the booth or its photos.
Jamarion Lawson's mother expresses shame, remorse to Connor Verkerke's family.
President Obama hails the opening of the Gay Games athletic competition.
An Iowa couple battles infertility, illness in pursuit of a cherished dream.
Islamic State assets hit, and up to 20,000 Yazidis rescued, reports say.
Americans' introduction to the Ebola virus came 25 years ago in an office park in Virginia.
Ebola's scary, but other diseases have taken many more lives in Africa and elsewhere.