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In a court deposition obtained by the Associated Press, comedian testified he gave a sedative to at least one woman he intended to have sex with
The city says the payouts to six demonstrators show an acknowledgment that its actions were "entirely improper"
Two Massachusetts boys severely injured July 5 when they found a firework and a lighter in a park
Confederate flag "has more to do with what was going on in the 1960s as opposed to the 1860s," says one GOP senator
Pictures capture the moment Fort Worth Zoo's new lion cubs meet their dad for the first time
After a flash of violence over the holiday weekend left 10 dead and 50 more injured, Chicago's police chief is asking for serious changes to the penal system.
Mark Leonard said his house had blown up some days before it actually did, friend tells court during trial over 2012 explosion
The President is headed to the Pentagon to discuss counterstategies to combat the Islamic State.
Throughout the country some court house clerks have resigned, and others refused marriage licenses, after U.S. Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage
Official says the yellow Labrador Retriever was given oxygen and "appeared to be OK"