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(Prescott, AZ) -- The city of Prescott, Arizona, will hold a series of events today to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of 19 firefighters. Lew Theokas remembers his grandson Garret Zuppiger, who died alongside 18 others while battling the Yarnell Hill wildfire. The...
(Washington, DC) -- One House member believes the U.S. Supreme Court will probably dismiss the Hobby Lobby contraception case. The high court is reviewing whether companies can avoid covering birth control in employee health plans because of owners' religious beliefs. California...
(New York, NY) -- The NYPD is investigating shootings in every borough this weekend. Eighteen people were wounded in 11 separate shootings, and three died. In Brooklyn this morning, a 28-year-old man was shot in the back and died at the hospital. In Queens last night, a 33-year-...
(McAllen, TX) -- The mayor of a Texas border town admits costs to care for a wave undocumented immigrants are mounting. McAllen Mayor Jim Darling says so far, his city's spent over 70-thousand dollars on shelter, meals and other expenses. He also said that amount could swell to...
(Washington, DC) -- White House officials say a retired corporate executive will be nominated as VA Secretary. Bob McDonald was CEO of Procter and Gamble. He's also a West Point graduate. President Obama is expected to nominate McDonald tomorrow. Late last week, the president...
(Washington, DC) -- A Republican Senator insists answering the threat from ISIS is critical to U.S. security. John Barrasso of Wyoming told CBS' "Face The Nation" the jihadist militant group has resources and power. He also said they've taken over an area the size of Indiana...
(Washington, DC) -- A former White House attorney says a lawsuit against President Obama would be beyond frivolous. GOP House Speaker John Boehner said last week he's suing Obama over his use of executive orders. Kathryn Ruemmler told NBC's "Meet The Press" the lawsuit must show...
(Washington, DC) -- The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee believes trying the Benghazi bombing suspect in the U.S. is appropriate. Republican Mike Rogers of Michigan told CNN's "State of the Union" Ahmed Abu Khatallah is in secure custody. He also said he'd rather see...
(New York, NY) -- The former chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security says Syria is the biggest threat to the U.S. right now. New York Republican Peter King told ABC's "This Week" over 100 Americans are fighting with jihadists in Syria. King also said officials are...