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(Irvine, CA) -- The greatest swimmer in Olympic history is glad to be back in the pool. Michael Phelps is competing in four events in the U.S. National Championships, which begin today in Irvine, California. Phelps retired from competition after the 2012 Olympics but returned in...
(New York, NY) -- A bus driver is facing criminal charges after two tour buses collided in Times Square injuring 14 people. Police charged Grey Line bus driver William Dalambert with driving while ability impaired. Police say the Irvington, New Jersey man had some kind of drug...
(Milwaukee, WI) -- An American cybersecurity firm says a Russian crime ring is currently in possession of a huge cache of stolen Internet data. Milwaukee's Hold Security says the crime syndicate they're calling "CyberVor" has amassed about one-point-two billion stolen user name...
(Newberg, OR) -- Oregon police say they don't suspect foul play in the death of Jennifer Huston. Charlotte Clemmer says her husband found the body. The mother of two was found dead yesterday in a remote rural area about 25 miles southwest of Portland. Huston's body was found...
(Atlanta, GA) -- America's only confirmed Ebola patients have a good chance to survive. Nancy Writebol and Doctor Kent Brantly are both in stable condition today. Brantly and Writebol are receiving care in isolation in Atlanta after being flown from West Africa. They are the...
(Lake St. Louis, MO) -- A St. Louis-area man who raped and strangled his neighbor is dead by lethal injection. The state executed Michael Worthington shortly after midnight, Central time Wednesday. Worthington's is the first execution in the nation since last month's Arizona...
(Undated) -- Today marks an important anniversary in the history of civil rights. On August 6th of 1965 President Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act into law. The bill abolished arbitrary literacy tests and poll taxes that were designed to discourage African-American...
(Kabul) -- Yesterday's killing of Army General Harold Greene is raising new concerns about whether the United States can trust its Afghan allies. Greene was shot dead at a military academy in Kabul, apparently by a uniformed member of Afghanistan's security forces. More than a...
(Undated) -- Gaza is quiet for a second day as the ceasefire continues to hold. Diplomats outside of the Palestinian territory and Israel are working to find a longer-lasting peace. Secretary of State John Kerry is supporting Israel's position that ending a blockade of Gaza...