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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A notorious rapist who muffled victim's screams with a pillowcase was back in a state mental hospital Tuesday, two years after he was released over the protests of prosecutors and women who feared he would attack again. Christopher Hubbart, 65, is not accused...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — As "The People v. O.J. Simpson" rides the high of its 22 Emmy nominations, the writing team behind season two is hard at work on scripts for the next installment of the FX anthology series, which focuses on Hurricane Katrina. "We want the events that...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal jury found California's largest utility guilty on Tuesday of violating pipeline safety regulations before a deadly natural gas pipeline explosion in the San Francisco Bay Area and then misleading investigators about how it was identifying high-risk...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The embattled chancellor of the University of California, Davis, resigned Tuesday following an investigation launched amid questions about her role in the hiring of image consultants to counter bad publicity from a pepper-spraying debacle on campus in 2011...
JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan had nearly $10 million in the bank and a primary opponent no one had heard of. Then Donald Trump got involved. An expected walkover for the country's highest-ranking Republican officeholder became one to watch Tuesday, with Ryan...
NEW YORK (AP) — Becca Pizzi has run 52 marathons on seven continents and trained in all sorts of places and conditions, but there's one constant when she hits the road. She's always on the lookout for people who might want to harm a woman running alone. "Every time I go out, my...
BOSTON (AP) — Investigators probing the killing of a New York City woman who went for a run near her mother's home in central Massachusetts and later was found dead in the woods said they've received hundreds of tips but still don't have any suspects or know if she was targeted...
BALTIMORE (AP) — An official familiar with the Justice Department's investigation into whether the Baltimore police force had a pattern of violating citizens' rights says the federal government is preparing to announce its findings. The Justice Department's investigation was...
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Michael Brown's death "opened the eyes of the world" to concerns about law enforcement's treatment of black people, Brown's father said Tuesday during a memorial service marking the two-year anniversary of the shooting. A few hundred people gathered for the...
An Air Force major, who was accused of civil rights violations for having a Bible on his work desk, has been...
At first Micah Brienen thought his sister-in-law’s text message was a joke. “I was immediately shocked by it,” Mr...
There are two indisputable facts surrounding Target’s decision to allow men to use the same bathrooms and changing...
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