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Colorado rejects higher sales, income taxes

Colorado rejects higher sales, income taxes

Colorado voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected the nation's only statewide tax increase on ballots this year — a proposal to raise income and sales taxes for five years to revive schools decimated by years of budget cuts.

Correction: Cyber Espionage story

Correction: Cyber Espionage story

In a story May 29 about a cyber attack against Lockheed Martin Corp., The Associated Press erroneously reported that both Lockheed and the Department of Homeland Security said no critical data was stolen.

Deposition order set in Brown University rape suit

Deposition order set in Brown University rape suit

A former Brown University student who says he was falsely branded a rapist must be questioned under oath before his lawyers can speak with the woman who accused him, a federal magistrate ruled F...

After 75 years, last public hanging haunts city

After 75 years, last public hanging haunts city

Bob Howe points to an overgrown, muddy patch of land in a cemetery in Owensboro, gesturing to where the grave of the last man publicly executed in the United States may be.

Swift Frontier Justice for Migrants Brought to Federal Courts

Swift Frontier Justice for Migrants Brought to Federal Courts

The United States District Court in Tucson, Ariz. President Trump’s new policy calling for criminal prosecution of all those caught illegally crossing the border has flooded courthouses from Texas to California.

Solar Power Means Less Batteries and More Bullets for U.S. Marines

Solar Power Means Less Batteries and More Bullets for U.S. Marines

A company of US Marines recently conducted a remarkable three-week patrol through southern Afghanistan, replacing hundreds of pounds of spare batteries in their packs with roll-up solar panels the size of placemats to power their battle gear, The Wall Street Journal reported in its Monday edition.

Two People Killed in Crash During Los Angeles Charity Motorcycle Ride

Two People Killed in Crash During Los Angeles Charity Motorcycle Ride

Two people were killed and at least two others were injured Sunday in a pair of accidents on a southern California freeway as a charity motorcycle ride took place, The Los Angeles Times reported.

Where Today’s Black Church Leaders Stand on Activism

Where Today’s Black Church Leaders Stand on Activism

The Rev. Charles E. Blake giving his sermon during Sunday service at the West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles.

Trump Signs Budget Deal to Raise Spending and Reopen Government

Trump Signs Budget Deal to Raise Spending and Reopen Government

Speaker Paul D. Ryan arriving to vote on Friday. He expressed support for bringing a debate on immigration to the House floor.

Dem seeks probe of police at NYC Occupy protests

Dem seeks probe of police at NYC Occupy protests

A congressman is calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate allegations of police misconduct in connection with the treatment of Occupy Wall Street protesters and journalists covering the demonstrations in New York City.

New York City Teacher Arrested For Gun Comment

New York City Teacher Arrested For Gun Comment

A New York City teacher has been arrested after colleagues complained that she made comments about bringing a gun to school to settle scores.

Trump Tries a Familiar Tactic: Providing a New Story Line

Trump Tries a Familiar Tactic: Providing a New Story Line

President Trump at the White House on Thursday. The invitation to the Russian president adds to a growing mass of questions surrounding Mr. Trump’s shifting stance on Russia.

Del. pediatrician faces trial in sex abuse case

Del. pediatrician faces trial in sex abuse case

Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley's office looked like a fun place to visit: a merry-go-round and miniature Ferris wheel twirled in the yard, a statue of Buzz Lightyear perched on the roof and a purple hippo swung from a sign. But prosecutors say the office on heavily traveled Route 1 was less like a carnival and more like a house of horrors.

70-Year-Old Woman Chases Naked Intruder Out of Home

70-Year-Old Woman Chases Naked Intruder Out of Home

A 70-year-old grandmother says she used a baseball bat to chase a naked intruder out of her Manchester home.

Veteran Republicans keeping options open on debt

Veteran Republicans keeping options open on debt

The House's rabble-rousing Republican freshmen and tea partyers have loudly refused to cut a deal as the GOP battles President Barack Obama over the government's debt. Yet when it's time for John Boehner to hunt votes for whatever accord he reaches with the White House, the House speaker will have a large pool of veteran GOP lawmakers to target.

Former Skadden Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying in Russia Investigation

Former Skadden Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Lying in Russia Investigation

Alex van der Zwaan leaving the Federal District Court in Washington on Tuesday after admitting that he lied to prosecutors about a conversation with Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide.


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