Police make gun arrest in troubled Baltimore
Baltimore police say no officer fired their weapon
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Hillary Clinton agrees to testify before congress on Benghazi
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has agreed to testify later this month before a House panel investigating the terrorist attacks in Benghazi and her email practices. David Kendall, a lawyer for Clinton, told the House Select Committee on Be
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Indianapolis nurse describes front lines of Ebola epidemic
Justin Mast recalled impossible conditions and heroic work against a dread disease.
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Gunfire at art show in Texas(Mon, 4 May 2015 21:22:01 -0400)
Girl, 11, among those killed in Wis. shooting
Police identified the victims and gunman and said the shooting was unprovoked.
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Muslim group condemns Texas attack
The nation's largest muslim advocacy group spoke out against Sunday's attack on a provocative contest for cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. (May 4)
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Obama to name Marine Gen. Dunford chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
Air Force Gen. Paul Selva, currently the leader of U.S. Transportation Command, will be named vice chairman.
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Shooting at Mohammed exhibit prompts review of facility
The Texas facility that hosted the controversial Mohammed exhibit is now under review after two gunmen armed with assult rifles were killed after they attempted an attack during the event.
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Mayweather's legacy points to boxing immortality
A controversial personality could keep the boxing champ from getting his due.
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Exercise equipment injuries send thousands to the ER every year
About 32,000 people were hospitalized or were dead on arrival after accidents in 2012.
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Tuesday's forecast: Storms, rain for Plains, Midwest
Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history.
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Jury convicts two in Recapture Canyon ATV protest
Verdict comes a year after protesters on ATVs deliberately violated a federal road closure.
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Utah ATV protest ride
Several hundred ATV riders deliberately violated a trail closure in southern Utah in May 2014 to protest the federal Bureau of Land Management.
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Justin Timberlake plays oversized lime in odd tequila ad
You know the stuff nightmares are made of? Well, check out Justin Timberlake dressed as an oversized lime in this weird tale of tequila and decadence stuffed into a three-minute ad.
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Officer decommissioned; threatened to shoot man in face
Man said that he did not want to get out of the car because he feared for his life.
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Storm pounds Calif. coast with huge waves
A storm in the Southern Hemisphere brought waves reaching more than 12 feet to the Southern California beaches Monday. Lifeguards pulled 17 people from the Newport Beach waters over the weekend. (May 4)
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Photos: Decade of favorite Met Gala looks
Can you believe it's already been a year since the stars walked the red carpet for the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute gala — aka the Met Gala?
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Small amounts of fracking chemicals found in Pennsylvania drinking water
New study suggests that the chemicals traveled over a mile to drinking water wells.
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Convict linked to attack at Mohammed cartoon event
Elton Simpson was fatally shot by police in Garland, Texas.
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SPLC labels Muhammad cartoon group 'anti-muslim'
The Southern Poverty Law Center ranks the organization that held a cartoon contest for drawings of the prophet Muhammad among its list of hate groups. Two gunmen were killed by police after storming an event in Texas Sunday. (May 4)
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Bookies lose a fortune on royal baby's name
As Londoners remain jubilant over the arrival of royal baby Princess Charlotte, bookmakers are forced to hand over millions after losing baby naming bets. (May 4)
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AP analysis: GOP 2016 field grows
The field of Republicans presidential hopefuls expanded again with announcements that former tech executive Carly Fiorina and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson are running for the White House. AP's Steve Peoples takes a look at the growing field. (May
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Donors give controversial sheriff $5.5M in past 2 years
If he raises another $5M, his goal, he will have more money than some congressional races.
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'Internet of Things' demands more Web addresses, Internet founder says
For some consumers, the change has already begun, Vint Cerf says.
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AP Top Stories May 4 p
Here's the latest news for Monday May 4th: Two more names are added to the list of GOP presidential candidates; FBI agents investigate Sunday's deadly Texas shooting; U.S. pledges $45m to aid refugees; Her name is Charlotte.
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How Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran text before bed
Now that Taylor Swift has accomplished all of our squad goals, she has to go rub in our faces her amazingly adorable friendship with Ed Sheeran.
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Obama launches My Brother's Keeper Alliance
President Barack Obama is helping launch a foundation to take up his campaign to help minority young men by improving education, training and job placement in communities across the country. (May 4)
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Check your county: Arrest rates by race
Blacks are far more likely to be arrested than people of other races, and in some places, dramatically so.
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