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Seattle police said late Sunday that two officers were injured after anti-capitalist protesters pelted them with rocks, flares, bricks and Molotov cocktails after a May Day gathering in the city ... More

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Virginia

Cruz wins majority of delegates at Virginia convention

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has won the support of a majority of delegates up for grabs at a GOP convention in Virginia, delegates that could help decide the Republican presidential nominee if there's a ...

Fox Business anchor Cheryl Casone on her new book 'The Comeback' and helping moms answer questions on rejoining the workforce after taking time for their family Fox Business anchor Cheryl Casone on her new book 'The Comeback' and helping moms answer questions on rejoining the workforce after taking time for their family

Jobs

Cheryl Casone: How my mother inspired 'The Comeback'

I wrote "The Comeback" because every woman should have the chance to succeed simultaneously at work and motherhood the way my own mother did.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks in front of the Confederate monument near the University of Louisville with university President James Ramsey, left, in Louisville, Ky., Friday, April 29, 2016. The Confederate monument capped with a statue of Jefferson Davis will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895. (AP Photo/Dylan Lovan) Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer speaks in front of the Confederate monument near the University of Louisville with university President James Ramsey, left, in Louisville, Ky., Friday, April 29, 2016. The Confederate monument capped with a statue of Jefferson Davis will be removed from a spot near the University of Louisville campus where it has stood since 1895. (AP Photo/Dylan Lovan)

Kentucky

Judge blocks Louisville from moving 120-year-old Confederate monument

A Kentucky judge Monday issued a temporary restraining order preventing the city of Louisville from moving a 70-foot-tall Confederate war monument from the spot near the University of Louisville ...

Defense attorney Seymour Amster makes his final arguments during Lonnie Franklin Jr.'s trail in Los Angeles Superior Court during closing arguments of Franklin's trail Monday, May 2, 2016, in Los Angeles. The “Grim Sleeper” serial killer trial is coming to a close in Los Angeles after months of testimony. Franklin is charged with killing nine women and a 15-year-old girl between 1985 and 2007. They were shot or strangled and their bodies dumped in alleys and trash bins in South Los Angeles and nearby areas. (Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times via AP, Pool) Defense attorney Seymour Amster makes his final arguments during Lonnie Franklin Jr.'s trail in Los Angeles Superior Court during closing arguments of Franklin's trail Monday, May 2, 2016, in Los Angeles. The “Grim Sleeper” serial killer trial is coming to a close in Los Angeles after months of testimony. Franklin is charged with killing nine women and a 15-year-old girl between 1985 and 2007. They were shot or strangled and their bodies dumped in alleys and trash bins in South Los Angeles and nearby areas. (Mark Boster/Los Angeles Times via AP, Pool)

Homicide

Fingernails spotted in trash led to arrest of alleged killer

A serial killer preying on vulnerable young black women on the rough streets of south Los Angeles eluded police for two decades until someone rifling through a dumpster in 2007 noticed red fingernails ...

US

Google offers $250,000 for Flint research, local nonprofit

Google is offering $250,000 to help with the ongoing response efforts in Flint as the city reels from the effects of a lead-contaminated water supply.

This image made from a video, former Prince bassist Larry Graham talks about Prince in an Associated Press interview on Monday, May 2, 2016. Graham, a famous bassist and longtime friend of pop megastar Prince says the artist found “real happiness” in his faith and could stay up all night talking about the Bible. Graham tells The Associated Press that Prince became a Jehovah’s Witness later in life and that it changed the star’s music and lifestyle. (AP Photo/Jeff Baenen) This image made from a video, former Prince bassist Larry Graham talks about Prince in an Associated Press interview on Monday, May 2, 2016. Graham, a famous bassist and longtime friend of pop megastar Prince says the artist found “real happiness” in his faith and could stay up all night talking about the Bible. Graham tells The Associated Press that Prince became a Jehovah’s Witness later in life and that it changed the star’s music and lifestyle. (AP Photo/Jeff Baenen)

RELIGION

Bassist: Prince found 'real happiness' as Jehovah's Witness

A famous bassist and longtime friend of pop megastar Prince says the artist found "real happiness" in his faith and could stay up all night talking about the Bible.

FILE- In this April 14, 2016 file photo, former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver leaves court in New York. Silver will learn his fate following his November conviction in a $5 million corruption case. Judge Valerie Caproni is scheduled to sentence the Manhattan Democrat on Tuesday, May 3. (AP Photo/Larry Neumeister, File) FILE- In this April 14, 2016 file photo, former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver leaves court in New York. Silver will learn his fate following his November conviction in a $5 million corruption case. Judge Valerie Caproni is scheduled to sentence the Manhattan Democrat on Tuesday, May 3. (AP Photo/Larry Neumeister, File)

New York

Ex-NY Assembly speaker to be sentenced in corruption case

Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will learn his fate following his November conviction in a $5 million corruption case.

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College

University admits paying $17,570 for a dining hall table was a mistake

The University of New Hampshire now acknowledges that spending $17,000 on a custom-made chef's table with LED lights for the campus dining hall was a mistake.

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MILITARY

Marines investigate claim of mistaken identity in famous Iwo Jima photo

The Marine Corps is investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown in an iconic picture from World War II.

Bo Copley, fifth from right, talks with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, right, during a round table discussion at Williamson Health and Wellness Center in Williamson, W.Va., Monday, May 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya) Bo Copley, fifth from right, talks with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, right, during a round table discussion at Williamson Health and Wellness Center in Williamson, W.Va., Monday, May 2, 2016. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Democrats

Clinton confronted by laid-off coal worker at West Virginia campaign stop

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was confronted Monday at a campaign stop in West Virginia by a laid-off coal worker over previous comments she made that “we’re going to put a lot of ...

Ohio

Funeral will honor 6 of 8 victims in Ohio family shootings

Ohio's attorney general says there will be "ample security" at the funeral for six of the eight people shot and killed in what authorities are calling a planned attack targeting one family.

RELIGION

Bangladesh blogger seeks US help as threats escalate

When Bangladeshi blogger and social activist Ashif Entaz Rabi hosted a TV talk show about a slaying of a publisher by Islamic extremists, he faced a torrent of threatening phone calls.

Manhunt

Brothers suspected of killing Washington couple spotted in Mexico, authorities say

Two brothers wanted for murder in the presumed killing of a missing Washington state couple were repeatedly spotted in Mexico last month, according to court documents filed Monday.

Police and Law Enforcement

Ex-FBI agent pleads guilty to stealing suspected drug money

A former FBI special agent pleaded guilty Monday to stealing more than $136,000 in suspected drug money, which led to criminal charges being dropped against more than a dozen people.

VIDEO

Watters' World: WHCD edition

Jesse Watters hits the red carpet of the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner to ask the folks about the presidential election on 'The O'Reilly Factor'

Washington

Brothers wanted in Arlington killings spotted in Mexico

Authorities say two brothers charged with murder in the presumed killing of a missing Washington state couple have been spotted in Mexico.

VIDEO

Larry Wilmore's controversial WHCD comments

Charles Krauthammer reacts to the political correctness debate on 'The O'Reilly Factor'

Sex Crimes

Mother of 2 children found in San Antonio child abuse case

San Antonio authorities report they've located the mother of two of the eight children found unsupervised in a major child abuse case.

VIDEO

Missing American's son: Iran has no incentive to release dad

Son of missing American Bob Levinson goes 'On the Record' and wonders why Iran would bother releasing his father or revealing his whereabouts when the Obama administration gives the country all kinds ...

Drugs

Ex-FBI agent pleads guilty to stealing suspected drug money

A former FBI agent in Southern California has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $136,000 in suspected drug money that was seized during searches.

VIDEO

Bloomberg booed for calling campus safe zones 'dangerous'

During a commencement speech at U. of Michigan, former NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg slammed colleges, universities for creating 'safe spaces' and keeping kids sheltered. Is campus coddling out of control? ...

Virginia

Sister: No charges against police in Virginia stun gun case

The sister of a Virginia man who died after repeatedly being shocked with stun guns by police says a prosecutor has decided not to bring charges against the officers.

CRIME

Fleeing suspect shot, wounded by police in South Florida

Authorities say a suspect in a stolen car was shot and wounded in South Florida while trying to flee police.

College

Tennessee campus carry becomes law without governor's signature

A bill allowing staff and faculty at Tennessee's public colleges and universities to be armed on campus became law Monday without the Republican governor's signature.

TERROR

Senegal, US sign defense cooperation agreement

The United States and Senegal signed an agreement Monday to ease access for U.S. troops should they need to deploy to the West African nation in the case of a humanitarian or security crisis.

Presidential Primaries

Trump touts poll giving him edge over Clinton; Cruz issues dire warning

Donald Trump moved Monday to blunt the narrative that he would lose a general election to Hillary Clinton if he’s the Republican nominee, touting a new poll that showed him narrowly edging the ...

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