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(Denver, CO) -- A former president says if the President and Congress worked together the economy would be in much better shape. Bill Clinton told NBC's "Meet The Press" President Obama did not cause the economic meltdown. He also said Congress should have cut long-term spending...
(Undated) -- The Netherlands and Costa Rica are advancing to the quarterfinals at the World Cup in Brazil. Holland picked up a dramatic 2-1 victory over Mexico in Fortaleza on Sunday. The Dutch scored in the 88th minute to tie the match before converting on a penalty in stoppage...
(Washington, DC) -- The Supreme Court will issue its decision in the Hobby Lobby contraception case at 10 a.m. Eastern this morning. Kristina Arriaga is representing Hobby Lobby in the lawsuit believe the Supreme Court will rule in their favor. The high court will rule whether...
(Smyth County, VA) -- Virginia authorities are investigating the deaths of a man and a seven-year-old girl who were apparently hit by a train Sunday. The two victims were reportedly fishing on a railroad bridge in southwestern Virginia with an eight-year-old boy, who survived...
(Wichita, KS) -- A United Airlines flight is forced to make an emergency landing in Wichita, Kansas Sunday night for a very unusual reason. Flight 1463 was going from Chicago to Orange County, California when an emergency slide inflated inside the aircraft. The plane safely made...
(New York, NY) -- Senator Charles Schumer is proposing legislation that would require safety caps and warning labels on e-cigarette liquid containers. New York's senior senator is concerned that e-cigarette companies are manufacturing flavors like bubble gum, cotton candy and...
(Washington, DC) -- The Supreme Court will announce its decision this morning in a case involving the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate. The high court will rule whether private companies like Hobby Lobby can object to covering birth control in employee health plans...
(Pretoria, South Africa) -- The Oscar Pistorius murder trial is back in session today in South Africa. A psychology report entered into evidence indicates the Paralympian "did not suffer from mental illness or defect" at the time of the Reeva Steenkamp shooting. The report...
(Denver, CO) -- Former President Bill Clinton believes states should have the right to experiment with legalizing pot. In an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press" that aired yesterday, he said it's not an issue that should be decided on the federal level. Clinton believes there'...