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No disciplinary action taken against the officer in the 20 citizen complaints.
A mother who left her newborn baby in a Christmas manger inside a New York City church will not be prosecuted, authorities said Wednesday.
From still-raw turkeys to unexpected White Castle runs, things don’t always go as planned.
The annual gathering of Christians, Jews and Muslims took on added poignancy in light of today’s polarized climate.
Flights were on time as one of busiest travel days of the year got underway Wednesday.
Ambassador Hugh Montgomery is considered one of the founding fathers of the CIA after serving 63 years in the agency. Recruited as an OSS officer, Montgomery recounts his most harrowing and memorable experiences behind enemy lines. (Nov. 25)
Pre-K enrollment lower than in other industrialized nations
Those who have seen the dashcam video have described it as extremely graphic and said it shows an execution-style killing.
MINNEAPOLIS — At least three people were shot near protests at the Fourth Precinct, police said..
Good Samaritan laws signed in 1996 protect eatery owners, but the word hasn’t gotten out.
Tattoo artist illustrates generosity by answering Facebook plea, painting child’s walker.
Amanda Blackburn was shot in the head in her home in what authorities have said was a burglary attempt.
At least 16 people were hospitalized when shots rang out a New Orleans playground. Police say the crowd was gathered for what looked to be an impromptu shooting of a music video.
Chuck Knill says he was inspired by the work of singer and humanitarian Harry Chapin.
Jacob Marberger was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Saturday in Pennsylvania.
This is the history of a great American hustle. You know, the one before the great American feast.
Democratic state Rep. John Bel Edwards defeated Republican U.S. Sen. David Vitter to become Louisiana’s next governor. Edwards becomes the first Democrat to win statewide election in Louisiana since 2008. (Nov. 21)
Jason Hernandez, the first Latino to be granted clemency by President Barack Obama, made his way to the nation’s capital a year after leaving prison to advocate on behalf of first-time non-violent drug offenders serving lengthy sentences. (Nov. 21).