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Source: Ex-NYPD Officer Detained at Kansas City Airport

Source: Ex-NYPD Officer Detained at Kansas City Airport

A former New York City police officer was detained Sunday at Kansas City's main airport after security screeners detected suspicious items inside his carry-on luggage, a local official with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.

Two Killed in Central California Fighter Jet Crash

Two Killed in Central California Fighter Jet Crash

Two people on board a fighter jet died Wednesday in a crash near a Central California naval air station, a military official confirmed to Fox News.

Police officer shot in eastern Pa. has died

Police officer shot in eastern Pa. has died

A police officer in a small eastern Pennsylvania borough was shot and killed while investigating a report of a disturbance Thursday evening and authorities said a suspect was in custody.

Dead trees will mar Texas landscape for years

Dead trees will mar Texas landscape for years

Pockets of brown, sickly trees mar the traditionally majestic pine woods in East Texas. Leafless oaks can be seen across the state. Even native drought-resistant cedars are dying off in some areas after proliferating during the last century.

Fla. wildfire has destroyed almost 17,000 acres

Fla. wildfire has destroyed almost 17,000 acres

Forestry officials say it will likely take at least a week to fully contain a central Florida wildfire that's been burning since Monday.

Charles Manson follower Krenwinkel denied parole

Charles Manson follower Krenwinkel denied parole

In a decision suggesting that the brutal Sharon Tate murders are unforgivable, a parole board panel on Thursday refused to consider releasing Patricia Krenwinkel, who told the board she killed f...

Consumer confidence falls unexpectedly in May

Consumer confidence falls unexpectedly in May

Americans are losing faith that the economy will keep improving, according to a monthly survey.

Slaying trial opens in Pittsburgh officer deaths

Slaying trial opens in Pittsburgh officer deaths

A man being tried on charges he murdered three city police officers who responded to a domestic disturbance call was a "coward" who fired extra shots just to make sure the officers were dead, a ...

Seized Vessel in Alaska Shines Light on Illegal Fishing

Seized Vessel in Alaska Shines Light on Illegal Fishing

The recent seizure of a stateless ship in international waters, 2,600 miles off Alaska's coast, has shed a spotlight on the challenge that the U.S. and other nations face in trying to crackdown on illegal fishing.

From Fighting Injustice to Facing Death Row: The Bizarre Case of Pastor Glasgow

From Fighting Injustice to Facing Death Row: The Bizarre Case of Pastor Glasgow

Pastor Kenneth Glasgow at his home in Dothan, Ala. “I don’t do violence,” he said. “To know that I’m the cause, or involved in, a black woman’s death? It’s like the death of me, really.”

Snow, ice begin collapsing roofs across Northeast

Snow, ice begin collapsing roofs across Northeast

Roofs caved in as a massive snowstorm enveloping much of the nation invaded the Northeast on Wednesday, bringing buildings to the breaking point in a winter that has already delivered more snow than many cities typically see in a whole season. No one has been seriously injured.

US teen birth rate still far higher than W. Europe

US teen birth rate still far higher than W. Europe

The rate of teen births in the U.S. is at its lowest level in almost 70 years. Yet, the sobering context is that the teen pregnancy rate is far lower in many other countries.

Consumers borrowed more for 7th straight month

Consumers borrowed more for 7th straight month

Americans borrowed more money in April for the seventh straight month, but they cut back on using their credit cards.

Man who packed home with explosives gets 30 years

Man who packed home with explosives gets 30 years

An unemployed software consultant who stockpiled huge amounts of powerful explosives in his suburban home was sentenced Monday to 30 years in federal prison.

Wisconsin Food Stamps Reportedly Illegally Bought and Sold on Facebook

Wisconsin Food Stamps Reportedly Illegally Bought and Sold on Facebook

A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation into possible fraud in the state's FoodShare benefits program found that some people are illegally buying and selling food stamps on Facebook.

9-year-old shooting victim was aspiring politician

9-year-old shooting victim was aspiring politician

At age 9, Christina Taylor Green was already an aspiring politician with hopes of being the first woman to play major league baseball.


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