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Biden rejects Democrats' anger in call for national unity


Attorney: Abused clients were Ohio State football players


Van passenger impaled by tripod on California freeway


Girl, 8, found safe after abduction while walking with mom in Texas, police say


Man charged after authorities find $200K in stolen property hidden in ‘sophisticated’ tunnel system


Michigan GOP congressman says Trump conduct is 'impeachable'


US warns airliners flying in Persian Gulf amid Iran tensions


‘Baby Shark’ could help save lives, as middle schoolers learn to perform CPR to song


Should Arabic numerals be taught in schools? Most Americans say no


Arnold Schwarzenegger fine after ‘idiot’ kicks him at event


Boy stabbed with discarded needle while playing on elementary school ground


Video shows robber disarming officer, holding her at gunpoint in Texas Verizon store


Racist robocall defends murder suspect who intervened in hit-and-run


Another horse dies at Santa Anita Park, 24th since December


1 year after Santa Fe shooting, Texas shuns tougher gun laws


California girls at slumber party fight off nude intruder


Eat well, exercise more: New guidelines to reduce risk of dementia


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'SNL' closes season with a song for Trump: 'Don't Stop Me Now'

"You can’t subpoena him, he’s going to obstruct," sang Aidy Bryant as White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

Housing crisis has Seattle weighing end of single-family homes

Can the city solve its housing crisis by doing away with single-family homes?

Police secrecy law keeps public in the dark about police misconduct

"It's been five years — five years we've been on the front lines trying to get justice, and they're still trying to sweep it under the rug," Eric Garner's mother said.

Jimmy Carter to skip Sunday school duties while recovering from broken hip

The 39th president cherished his time teaching Sunday school in his hometown of Plains, Georgia.

Trump administration identifies at least 1,700 additional children it may have separated

The children were separated from their parents before the government's "zero tolerance" policy went into effect in May 2018.