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The St. Louis County prosecutor is preparing for the grand jury as Attorney General Eric Holder arrives in Missouri.
Action on so-called inversions is unlikely in a deeply divided Congress, and a crackdown won’t deter companies from reorganizing overseas.
The money will dent the flow of fertilizer and manure feeding the algae blooms that threaten the supply of drinking water from Lake Erie.
Protests have been ongoing every night since an unarmed black teen was killed by a white police officer Aug. 9.
The New York district attorney announced action in the death last month of unarmed Eric Garner while officers struggled to subdue him.
Vehicle-to-vehicle communications technologies in all new passenger car are likely to cut the risk of deadly crashes.
David Barajas is accused of fatally shooting Jose Banda in December 2012, minutes after Mr. Banda plowed into his pickup truck.
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An overnight curfew has been imposed and the National Guard, the U.S. state militia, has been deployed in the St. Louis suburb.
Any progress in Pittsburgh will hinge on the PUC, which held the second day of a hearing Tuesday at the PUC’s Pittsburgh office.
Gov. Jay Nixon removed midnight curfew on city as President Barack Obama said he would send U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson.
Local residents and black leaders worry about attorney’s impartiality in a case involving a white officer fatally shooting a black teenager.
Some in the crowd in the St. Louis suburb are militants, while others are peaceful, and still others are just there for the looting. While
U.S. Geological Survey says man-made temblors caused by high-tech energy drilling are generally 16 times weaker than those of the same
Gov. Jay Nixon said the National Guard will have “immediate and limited” responsibilities as protests over black teen’s death continue.
Authorities on Sunday imposed a midnight curfew for the second night a row in the tense St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
He told reporters on the papal plane he’s considering a three-city U.S. stop.
The U.S. visit would include stops in Philadelphia, Washington and New York.
The police shooting of Michael Brown was the spark.
America’s transportation infrastructure has fallen into such disrepair that it’s become an economic albatross.
Hundreds complain that the company hired to ship their personal vehicles after they relocate is delivering them weeks, even months late.
Kentucky bourbon makers are making a big bet by stashing away their largest stockpiles in more than a generation.
The study is continuing, but so far a few participants did not regrow hair, said Columbia University Medical Center’s Julian Mackay-Wiggan.
PLUS: Perry defends veto; man kills daughter; Freight trains collide; Calif. teen arrested.
Police said they would enforce the curfew through communication, not force.
Special immigrant juvenile status could help them on the path to legal residency.
The messenger isn’t any more invasive that Facebook’s primary app.
His debate coach deemed him “not a high-level of threat” three months before the incident.
Police identified the officer involved and released evidence the victim was a suspect in a convenience store robbery before being shot.
Rapper J. Cole's song in response to police killing circled the globe within hours
Grand jury investigation focused on his bid to oust influential elected Democrat by denying funding to her office.
Feds' system may be part of problem in finding Medicare fraud.
The San Diego attraction has been battered by controvery over its treatment of killer whales.
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Mr. Perry said the indictment against him for two counts of abuse of power is itself an abuse of power.
Earlier in the day, Ferguson police identified the officer as Darren Wilson, a six-year veteran of the department.
After several nights of tense street confrontations, state and federal authorities stepped in Thursday.
A grand jury indicted Gov. Perry for abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors.
Gen. Harold J. Greene was remembered as a businessman-soldier “with a passion for acquisition.”
The virus called chikungunya has been spreading this summer in the southern United States, triggering high fever and malaise but is rarely
The Justice Department is adopting rules for the surge in children alone, possibly leading to their deportation in months rather than years.
The Defense Department’s 1033 Program has transferred more that $4.3 billion surplus military gear to thousands of law enforcement agencies.
Eighty-two percent of California is experiencing “extreme” drought, while 58 percent is facing “exceptional” drought.
Plus: Ex-Marine tied to viral video found dead; release of migrant felons revealed; senator targets inversion transactions.
President Barack Obama appealed for “peace and calm” on the streets days after a police officer fatally shot an unarmed black teenager.
Ice Bucket Challenges sweeps nation and Pittsburgh in effort to raise awareness for ALS.
Mr. Williams’ wife, Susan Schneider, also said the actor was sober when he died.
The police chief in Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday offered new details about Saturday’s fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
The huddle between the president and the former secretary of state at a party was fraught with media interest.
The Texas governor said he’s “protecting Americans from these cartels and gangs,” but insists his action is not political.