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Casey Anthony to Appeal Lying Convictions

Casey Anthony to Appeal Lying Convictions

Casey Anthony has filed a court document that says she will appeal her misdemeanor convictions of lying to law enforcement.

Home births up, driven by natural birth subculture

Home births up, driven by natural birth subculture

Home births rose 20 percent over four years, government figures show, reflecting what experts say is a small subculture among white women toward natural birth.

Terror threat darkens Pentagon 9/11 ceremony

Terror threat darkens Pentagon 9/11 ceremony

Several hundred military and civilian workers gathered at the Pentagon Friday for a somber 9/11 ceremony in the courtyard, near where Flight 77 slammed into the building, even as concerns were raised about another potential threat.

Calif. man gets 4 years for stalking on Facebook

Calif. man gets 4 years for stalking on Facebook

A California man who trolled women's Facebook pages searching for clues that allowed him to take over their email accounts was sentenced Friday to more than four years in state prison after a ju...

Ill. panel balks at measure linked to Scientology

Ill. panel balks at measure linked to Scientology

Not even the voice Bart Simpson could convince Illinois lawmakers to approve a resolution aimed at teaching character in public schools because of its link to the Church of Scientology.

3 Charged in Alleged Airport Drug Smuggling Scheme

3 Charged in Alleged Airport Drug Smuggling Scheme

A federal grand jury has indicted two former Salt Lake City airport employees and another man on conspiracy and drug possession charges.

Energy prices held back growth in first quarter

Energy prices held back growth in first quarter

High gasoline prices, government budget cuts and weaker-than-expected consumer spending caused the economy to grow only weakly in the first three months of the year.

In Name of Free Speech, States Crack Down on Campus Protests

In Name of Free Speech, States Crack Down on Campus Protests

Students from a Republican group at the University of California, Berkeley, protesting next to an anti-fascist group after the conservative writer Ann Coulter canceled a speech at the school in April 2017.

Last of missing crew found in sunken fishing boat

Last of missing crew found in sunken fishing boat

Independent salvage divers have recovered the bodies of the two remaining crew members missing since the fishing vessel Sandy Point sank last week in a collision with a container ship in the Gulf of Mexico off Mississippi's coast.

Potential jurors questioned in Mumbai terror trial

Potential jurors questioned in Mumbai terror trial

A federal judge has excused more than 20 possible jurors in the trial of a Chicago businessman accused in the deadly 2008 Mumbai attacks.

Official: Suspension unrelated to polar bear paper

Official: Suspension unrelated to polar bear paper

The recent suspension of Alaska wildlife biologist Charles Monnett is unrelated both to an article that he wrote about presumably drowned Arctic polar bears and to his scientific work, a federal...

Ariz. Police Chief Could Resign Over Federal Funding Scandal

Ariz. Police Chief Could Resign Over Federal Funding Scandal

Phoenix Public Safety Manager Jack Harris may be stepping down as head of the city’s police department for allegedly inflating kidnapping reports in a scheme to land millions in federal funding.

Companies Warn More China Tariffs Will Cripple Them and Hurt Consumers

Companies Warn More China Tariffs Will Cripple Them and Hurt Consumers

The Trump administration is holding six days of hearings on its proposal to impose tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.

Economic trouble puzzles Fed chief, too

Economic trouble puzzles Fed chief, too

The economy's continuing struggles aren't just confounding ordinary Americans. They've also stumped the head of the Federal Reserve.

Fighting Privilege: The Senate Finally Wants to Pay Its Interns

Fighting Privilege: The Senate Finally Wants to Pay Its Interns

Last year, just over half of Republican senators compensated their interns, while barely a third of their Democratic peers followed suit.

Boston Man Convicted of Shooting Rival Drug Dealer

Boston Man Convicted of Shooting Rival Drug Dealer

A Boston man described by prosecutors as a drug dealer has been convicted of gunning down a rival he thought was undercutting his prices.


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