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Foster Dad Smoked Pot on Day of Hot-Car Death: DA

A Kansas foster father left a 10-month-old girl to die in a hot car while he went in his house to use drugs, a prosecutor alleges.

Congress Approves $225M For Israel's Iron Dome

The aid package is so Israel can restock its missile defense system, which it uses to shoot down rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli cities.

Missing Israeli Soldier May Have Been Killed: Hamas

The group's militant wing suggested Second-Lieutenant Hadar Goldin, 23, was killed along with militants in a bombardment.

Riders Walk the Tracks of Stuck Roller Coaster

No one was hurt when the Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure simply came to a halt as it was reaching the incline.

Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Immigrants

More than 9,500 people signed up to apply for licenses, but the state devoted only five stations to process the applications.

Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Undocumened Immigrants

Colorado began issuing driver's licenses and identification cards to immigrants who are in the country illegally or have temporary legal status. KUSA's Jessica Oh reports.

Colorado Issues Driver's Licenses to Illegal Immigrants

Colorado began issuing driver's licenses and identification cards to immigrants who are in the country illegally or have temporary legal status. KUSA's Jessica Oh reports.

House OKs Border Bill, Obama Says He'll Go It Alone

House Republicans approved a $694 million bill to address the border crisis, and were also set to vote on a bill that would make deportations easier.

'Experiment Failed': Arizona Used 15 Doses in Execution

Joseph Wood's lawyer says the disclosure he was given 15 times the specified dose proves his execution was an unconstitutional "experiment."

NYPD Chokehold Death Ruled a Homicide

The medical examiner has ruled that a New York police officer's chokehold on Eric Garner caused his death.

Infant Dies After Being Left in Hot Car

The 11-month-old girl was left inside the vehicle "for a substantial period of time" on a day that saw temperatures approach 100 degrees.

Oscar-Winning Actor Jeff Bridges Fights to End Childhood Hunger

At heart, Jeff Bridges is not the "The Dude." The Academy Award-winning actor sat down with Chelsea Clinton to discuss childhood hunger in America.

Sheriff's Office Probes Tweet About Facebook Outage

Did someone call the L.A. County Sheriff's Department after Facebook went down? Depends on whom you ask.

Transit Accidents Injure Dozens in San Francisco

San Francisco transit vehicles got in two accidents, seriously injuring two people and causing minor injuries to more than 50 others.

Congressman Don Young Twists Staffer's Arm

The Alaskan congressman has apologized for grabbing a staffer’s arm after the incident was caught on camera.

Two Americans Infected With Ebola Returning Home

The first patient will arrive tomorrow and will be placed in an isolation room at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.

Obama: U.S. Takes Ebola Outbreak Seriously

The leaders of Liberia and Sierra Leone, two of the hardest-hit countries, canceled their trips to Washington for next week's U.S.-Africa summit.

Kidnapped Teen Abigail Hernandez 'Feeling Better'

Home after 9 months, the New Hampshire teen told her local newspaper she's "feeling a lot better every day."

$6-Million Firefight: Yosemite Sequoias May Survive

The 3,000-year-old trees in Yosemite National Park are still in danger, but less so than earlier in the week when crews struggled to control the blaze.

Obama: 'I Have Full Confidence in John Brennan'

President Obama defends CIA Director John Brennan after a report shows that the agency spied on Senate intelligence committee computers. The president also addressed interrogation techniques taken after 9/11.

'Hugging My Children': Reporter After MH17 Coverage

After a week of shelling, missiles and guns during the MH17 crash aftermath, reporter Ken Simmons is home and hugging his kids a little tighter.

Florida Lawmakers Ordered to Draw New Voting Map

Circuit Judge Terry Lewis in July ruled that the current districts are illegal because they were drawn to benefit the Republican Party.

Obama Promises 'Appropriate Response' to Ebola Outbreak

President Obama reassures the public that he and his administration are taking the Ebola outbreak ‘very seriously.’

Obama: Putin Not Acting in Russia's Best Interests

President Obama says that Vladimir Putin should want a diplomatic resolution to the crisis in Ukraine. Regardless of Putin's actions, the United States will continue to support Ukraine.

Man Who Made Threats Against Obama Held on Gun Charges

Stephen M. Perroti, 28, of Massachusetts, was ordered held without bail after his arraignment on gun charges Friday.

'Mini Tornado' Caused Deadly Skydiving Accident

A safety expert said the winds and dust made it impossible for a NYC correction officer to open his parachute in the deadly accident on Long Island.

Obama: GOP Wants Me to 'Act On My Own'

President Obama says that the House's inaction on immigration has left him with no option other than to act on his own while Congress is on summer break.

Obama: House GOP Immigration Bill 'Extreme', 'Unworkable'

President Obama says that there is an 80 percent agreement between House Republicans and Democrats, but that the GOP decided to pass a "message" bill, rather than work on a compromise bill.

NYC Man's Death Ruled Homicide, Chokehold Blamed

The medical examiner's office says police chokehold killed a Staten Island man who died after being arrested for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes.

Ebola Evacuation Planes Will Land at Military Base

Dobbins Air Force base can provide security and isolation from the general population, officials said. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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