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March 2nd, 2015
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NY man charged with trying to support terrorists

10/19/2013 12:44am
For 25 years Marcos Alonso Zea lived in America, working most recently as a clerk at a home improvement store on New York's Long Island.

Tom Foley, 'an unusually civil politician,' dies

10/19/2013 12:48am
Tom Foley was born in 1929, the year of the great stock market crash, and grew up in Spokane during World War II. These experiences shaped his viewpoint during a long political career, which culminated with him becoming the first Speaker of the House to hail from west of the Rocky Mountains.

A look at devotionals that start Obama's day

10/19/2013 1:56am
Each morning for the past five years, before most of his aides have arrived at the White House, President Barack Obama has read a devotional sent to his BlackBerry, weaving together biblical scripture with reflections from literary and cultural figures. Joshua DuBois, an informal spiritual adviser to Obama who ran the White House faith-based office until earlier this year, writes the devotionals for Obama and has compiled many of them in a forthcoming book, "The President's Devotional," to be released Oct. 22 by HarperOne.

Missed chances to seal budget deal early

10/19/2013 1:57am
It always seemed likely that the partial government shutdown would end with a deal largely on President Barack Obama's terms. But that outcome wasn't preordained.

Obama, Dems are unified now but face tough tests

10/19/2013 2:10am
For President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats, this month's budget battles brought about a remarkable period of party unity, a welcome change for the White House after a summer of disputes over possible military action in Syria, government spying programs and the president's pick to lead the Federal Reserve.

Fed-up voters meet the enemy and it is ... them?

10/19/2013 6:37am
Hey, fed-up Americans, here's a scary thought after the dispiriting spectacle of the government shutdown: You're the ones who sent these members of Congress to Washington, and they really are a reflection of you.

Worker saw woman prone in SF hospital stairwell

10/19/2013 10:01am
Investigators looking into the death of a woman found in a stairwell at San Francisco General Hospital are looking into reports that an orderly told hospital authorities that he saw an unconscious woman there a week before her body was found.

At a glance: Gay marriage efforts in key states

10/19/2013 10:03am
Efforts to legalize same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania and New Jersey help illustrate similar situations happening across the country in the months since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of a federal law that restricted the rights of gay couples. A sampling of efforts in key states:

Worker saw woman prone in SF hospital stairwell

10/19/2013 10:05am
Investigators looking into the death of a woman found in a stairwell at San Francisco General Hospital are looking into reports that an orderly told hospital authorities that he saw an unconscious woman there a week before her body was found.

Breed easy: Motion detectors aid dairy farmers

10/19/2013 10:19am
Every step a cow takes and every mouthful she eats at Saxon Homestead Farm is recorded by an electronic device on a collar around her neck. Since cows in heat move more and digest less, farmers can use the data to determine when to breed them.

Pot legalization effort moves eastward to Maine

10/19/2013 10:53am
Advocates of recreational marijuana use are looking to an upcoming vote in Maine as an indicator of whether the East Coast is ready to follow in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington by legalizing cannabis.

Sandy-damaged prison to be sold in NYC hotspot

10/19/2013 11:47am
On a recent morning on the west side of Manhattan, Wendy Featherstone showed off a prime piece of real estate that many New Yorkers don't know exists.

AP PHOTOS: Skid Row, a battle of misery and hope

10/19/2013 12:27pm
Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles has been home for thousands of homeless people, a tenuous comfort zone for many who hit the rock bottom of their lives in America.

Heirs of Fla. citrus baron sell shares in company

10/19/2013 12:30pm
The heirs of a well-known figure in the Florida citrus industry are giving up control of a company that remains one of the state's largest private landowners.

Texas woman found in freezer died of meth use

10/19/2013 12:42pm
A medical examiner has ruled that a Texas woman who was found by her son dead in a freezer died after taking methamphetamine and other drugs.

Obama nurtures his faith away from the spotlight

10/19/2013 1:38pm
President Barack Obama is not an overtly religious man. He and his family rarely attend church, and he almost never elaborates in public about his own relationship to his Christian faith.

Obama nurtures his faith away from the spotlight

10/19/2013 1:38pm
President Barack Obama is not an overtly religious man. He and his family rarely attend church, and he almost never elaborates in public about his own relationship to his Christian faith.

Police: Pa. man fathered 4 children with relative

10/19/2013 2:57pm
Authorities in western Pennsylvania say a man fathered four children with a relative whom he repeatedly raped and assaulted over more than 20 years.

Former San Diego mayor booked into jail, released

10/19/2013 3:21pm
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner was booked into jail and then released on charges of false imprisonment and battery.

Cruz: Senate won't make same mistake in next fight

10/19/2013 3:29pm
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz said Saturday that the GOP lost the government shutdown budget battle because some congressional Republicans turned on others, but that he doesn't think they will make the same mistake during the next political impasse.

About 3K people run with bulls at Ga. horse park

10/19/2013 3:36pm
Thousands of miles from Spain, daredevils in white outfits and red scarves dodged bulls at a Georgia horse park to get a taste of the running of the bulls.

AP PHOTOS: Georgia Bull Run draws 3,000 daredevils

10/19/2013 3:53pm
Some 3,000 daredevils decked out in white outfits and red scarves dodged bulls at a Georgia horse park to get a taste of the running of the bulls, as made famous in Spain.

Armed gun rights activists rally at the Alamo

10/19/2013 4:19pm
Several hundred gun rights activists armed with rifles and shotguns rallied Saturday outside of the Alamo in a demonstration that broke a longstanding tradition of not staging such events at the enduring symbol of Texas independence.

Man is found with trench knife at NYC airport

10/19/2013 4:55pm
A man has been arrested at New York's Kennedy Airport after authorities discovered a trench knife and several other blades in his carry-on bag.

Man killed during bowling alley brawl in NJ

10/19/2013 4:57pm
Prosecutors say a man was apparently beaten to death during a large brawl that broke out during a party at a central New Jersey bowling alley.

NM teacher's aide tapes mouth of autistic student

10/19/2013 8:04pm
A high school teacher's aide in New Mexico is back from administrative leave following an investigation into her taping the mouth of a special needs student.

Ga. to review tough death penalty provision

10/19/2013 8:48pm
The state that was the first to pass a law prohibiting the execution of mentally disabled death row inmates is revisiting a requirement for defendants to prove the disability beyond a reasonable doubt _ the strictest burden of proof in the nation.

High-speed chase closes US-Mexico border crossing

10/19/2013 11:17pm
A high-speed chase that ended with authorities killing a suspected carjacker closed traffic Saturday into Mexico at one of San Diego's border crossings.

2 convicted killers taken into custody Fla.

10/19/2013 11:19pm
With two convicted killers back in police custody, authorities have shifted attention to finding out who made the phony court documents that led to the mistaken inmate releases that rocked Florida's judicial system.
 
   
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