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Delaware standoff over: Trooper's killer shot dead after barricading himself in home More

The man who shot and killed a Delaware trooper was killed Thursday morning in a gunbattle with law enforcement after a standoff at his home that stretched on for more than 12 hours, state police ... More

RELIGION

Lawyer: 'Infowars' host Jones often acts like 'cult leader'

A lawyer for the ex-wife of right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says the radio personality is a "cult leader" who's turning their children against his former wife.

Michigan

Canadian sent to US prison for smuggling immigrants in 1999

A Canadian man has been sentenced to 15 months in a U.S. prison nearly 20 years after he smuggled immigrants across the Detroit River.

US

Train delays likely this summer over work at Penn Station

Commuters who already have endured recent slowdowns at New York's Penn Station are about to hear about more potential delays.

New York

Woman convicted in mom's death; case tied to found remains

A jury has returned a guilty verdict in the New York murder trial of the sister of a sex worker whose disappearance led to the discovery of 10 sets of human remains along a highway near a beach.

VIDEO

VA whistleblower speaks out about President Trump's plan

President aims to make the department more accountable

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Faith

Faith and millennials: Bringing them back into the fold

With more young people leaving the religion in which they were raised, a new book shows how to turn things around

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Transportation

Helicopter hits NC home, crashes; 2 hospitalized

Two people have been transported to the hospital after they lost control of the helicopter they were operating, hit a house, and then crashed in a back yard near Newton, N.C.

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College

Berkeley violence still possible despite Coulter speech cancellation

Police are planning on having a strong presence on campus on Thursday.

California

The Latest: California police say woman died helping friend

The Latest on the apparent random beating death of an elderly California woman (all times local): 2 p.m.

Hawaii

Mother of Hawaii boy missing for 20 years released from jail

The mother of a Hawaii boy who disappeared 20 years ago is being released from jail after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the 6-year-old's death.

FILE - In this May 7, 1933, file photo, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown at his desk at the White House, in Washington, when he outlined his ideas to the nation on a partnership between the government and agriculture, industry, and transportation. He announced measures to be proposed soon to give industrial workers a better deal. A president’s first 100 days can be a tire-squealing roar from the starting line, a triumph of style over substance, a taste of what’s to come or an ambitious plan of action that gets rudely interrupted by world events. (AP Photo) FILE - In this May 7, 1933, file photo, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown at his desk at the White House, in Washington, when he outlined his ideas to the nation on a partnership between the government and agriculture, industry, and transportation. He announced measures to be proposed soon to give industrial workers a better deal. A president’s first 100 days can be a tire-squealing roar from the starting line, a triumph of style over substance, a taste of what’s to come or an ambitious plan of action that gets rudely interrupted by world events. (AP Photo)

TERROR

From 0-100: Presidents' first days come at varying speed

A president's first 100 days can be a tire-squealing hustle from the starting line (Franklin Roosevelt), a triumph of style over substance (Jimmy Carter), a taste of what's to come (Ronald Reagan) or ...

Ohio

Man gets probation in Ohio military base security breach

A man who drove through a security gate at Ohio's largest military base, causing the evacuation of two buildings, has been sentenced to two years' probation.

VIDEO

Ballmer on site helping taxpayers track their money in DC

Former Microsoft CEO explains how the idea came about

Missouri

University of Missouri sets new policies in wake of protests

The University of Missouri's Columbia campus has announced revised policies related to protests, with the changes coming nearly two years after the campus was besieged by demonstrations over racial ...

Manhunt

South Carolina murder suspect captured after woman found slain in ditch, sheriff says

An investigation is underway after a woman was found shot to death in a ditch and her truck was reportedly stolen in Anderson County, according to Deputy Coroner Charlie Boseman.

TERRORISM

Ohio man arrested at airport for alleged attempt to join ISIS

An Ohio man was arrested for attempting travel to Syria to fight with ISIS on Wednesday night at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, according to the FBI.

DISASTERS

California landslide forces workers to get out fast

The 101 Freeway has been closed twice this year due to landslides.

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News

Arkansas prepares for its fourth execution in eight days

An Arkansas inmate is scheduled to die by lethal injection Thursday night, ending an aggressive execution schedule that originally called for putting eight men to death over an 11-day period.

TERROR

Ohio man detained at airport for trying to help ISIS, officials say

A man from Dayton, Ohio was arrested at Cincinnati/Kentucky International Airport after attempting to fly to the Middle East to fight with the Islamic State.

Utah

Utah seven-year-old writes fake letter from school to get more video game time

A handwritten note, carefully crafted by a 7-year-old from Eagle Mountain, was meant to trick his parents into letting him play video games all night - and if they didn't he'd be kicked out of school.

Illinois

Physician who was dragged off flight settles with United

A Kentucky doctor who was dragged off a United flight after he refused to give up his seat to crew members has reached a settlement with the airline for undisclosed amount.

State Department

US adds Saudi ISIS leader to terror list

The deputy leader of ISIS' affiliate in Saudi Arabia was designated as a terrorist on Thursday, according to the State Department.

CRIME

North Carolina man accused of leaving child in car alone again, police say

A man charged last month after leaving his child in his truck for more than an hour has been accused of committing the same crime, this time at a different location, police said.

CRIME

Portland rose parade canceled after 'anti-fascist' email threatens local Republican group

After a threatening email was sent to parade organizers - singling out members of the Multnomah County Republican Party (MCRP) who were planning to take part – officials have decided to cancel the ...

ECONOMY

Bank of America survey small business optimism surging

Small business owners' optimism about the economy has turned around dramatically since before the election, according to a survey released by Bank of America.

DISASTERS

Death toll rises to 2 as storms move across the Deep South

Storms moving through the Deep South have left damage in southeastern Alabama on the anniversary of a deadly tornado outbreak.

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