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(Washington, DC) -- The FBI is investigating whether scientists were exposed to anthrax while working at a government lab in Atlanta. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says as many as 75 scientists may have been exposed to the live bacteria. The potential exposure...
(Madison, WI) -- Prosecutors accuse Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker of being deeply involved in what they call a wide-ranging "criminal scheme." Prosecutors say the governor and others worked to bypass state election laws as they campaigned to win recall elections in 2011 and...
(Undated) -- NASA engineers are worried about a "zombie" spacecraft they're tracking. They aren't concerned it might come to Earth. They're worried it will spin off into space, never to be heard from again. The spacecraft is the International Sun/Earth Explorer, which was...
(Undated) -- Be sure to bring a leash, and pack some treats before you head to work today. It's "Take Your Dog to Work Day." Experts say bringing a four-legged friend to work can actually make you happier, healthier and more productive. Some companies like Procter and Gamble,...
(Undated) -- Congress is hitting the National Security Agency where it hurts. The House voted Thursday night to strip funding from two of the NSA's most controversial programs. The funds cutoff would affect domestic surveillance aimed at Americans. It also would impact the NSA's...
(Washington, DC) -- IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will face tough questions about missing emails in a House hearing today. The missing emails belonged to former IRS official Lois Lerner, the top figure in the scandal over the targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny...
(Dallas, TX) -- The nation's mayors are gathering in Dallas today for the start of the four-day U.S. Conference of Mayors. More than 13-hundred mayors from big cities to small towns will release new data showing economic output and jobs numbers for more than 350 metropolitan...
(Sanford, FL) -- A Florida judge is tossing out part of George Zimmerman's lawsuit against NBC. The former neighborhood watch volunteer is suing the network for libel for the way it edited a 9-1-1 call that he made on the night he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. In court...
(Undated) -- The Presbyterian Church is now allowing its ministers to perform same-sex marriages. The church's General Assembly voted on Thursday to approve the change. It also approved a change in the church's constitution, defining marriage as between "two people,...