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Officer shot multiple times, suspects die in subsequent fireAn Auburn police officer shot multiple times after responding to reports of an armed robbery is recovering, while two suspects are believed to have died in a fire following a shootout
The Associated Press18 minutes ago
Austin Black works to repair a home damaged by flooding from Hurricane Florence near the Crabtree Swamp Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, in Conway, S.C. The structure is scheduled to be raised in the coming days and according to the homeowner, the other residences in the immediate neighborhood have been purchased by F.E.M.A. and are scheduled for demolition. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford)
Storm-lashed South Carolina reassesses global warming's roleEmergency management officials in South Carolina say they are preparing both for more massive floods like the state has seen in three of the past four years and smaller, but still destructive deluges
The Associated Press22 minutes ago
FILE - In this Nov. 14, 2018 file photo, New York State Sen. Michael Gianaris, center, calls on supporters to remove the Amazon app from their phones and boycott the company, as he address a coalition rally and press conference in New York. The first clue that opposition to the project could succeed in derailing the deal came in early February, when Gianaris was appointed to a seat on a state panel that often has to approve state funding for big economic development projects. According to the rules governing the 5-member Public Authorities Control Board, funds for any individual project can be vetoed by a single member, meaning that if the Amazon deal went before the board, Gianaris could kill it unilaterally. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)
Gone in a New York minute: How the Amazon deal fell apartWhen Amazon chose the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens to build a new campus, New York's top brass saw it as a major coup but what they didn't anticipate was the deal's eventual unraveling
The Associated Press22 minutes ago
Here Come the LawsuitsIn case you left Earth recently, President Trump has declared a national emergency to free up funds for his border wall. And now, as he predicted, lawsuits are on their way. The first one comes from the liberal non-profit Public Citizen, which says there's no actual emergency at the border,...
Newser1 hour ago
Police: Aurora gunman's firearm owner's ID card was revoked in 2014 after fingerprinting found Mississippi convictionPolice: Aurora gunman's firearm owner's ID card was revoked in 2014 after fingerprinting found Mississippi conviction
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Hamilton Audience Bolts for Doors Amid ChaosPut this one down to Aaron Burr? A Hamilton audience in San Francisco ran for the doors Friday night and injured three people in the apparent belief there was an active shooter inside, CBS San Francisco reports. Police say someone saw an audience member having a heart attack and believed...
Newser3 hours ago
Police: Aurora warehouse gunman had six prior arrests locally, including for domestic battery-related chargesPolice: Aurora warehouse gunman had six prior arrests locally, including for domestic battery-related charges
The Associated Press3 hours ago
CEO ousted amid probe into disabled woman's pregnancyA Florida facility for people with disabilities has suspended its CEO amid an investigation into a resident's pregnancy
The Associated Press3 hours ago
She Said Son Vanished at Swap Meet. Cops Call It a 'Diversion'More than three decades after police fruitlessly searched a Las Vegas swap meet for a missing 3-year-old, his mother has been charged with murder. Amy Fleming, 60, was arrested in Florida on Jan. 29 and is being extradited to Nevada to face a charge that she killed her son before...
Newser3 hours ago
Federal judge ends protections for Miami's homelessA federal judge has abolished a consent decree that prevented Miami police from arresting homeless people for loitering, sleeping on sidewalks or urinating in public
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2012, file photo, Democrat Elizabeth Warren waves to the crowd before giving her victory speech after defeating incumbent GOP Sen. Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race, during an election night rally at the Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel in Boston. Warren, who made her name as a consumer advocate in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, will make her first appearance Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019, as a presidential candidate in Las Vegas, the boom-and-bust town that made Nevada the epicenter of the country's foreclosure crisis. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)
Warren returns to Nevada, heart of 2008 economic crisisDemocrat Elizabeth Warren, who made her name as a consumer advocate in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, will make her first appearance Sunday as a presidential candidate in Las Vegas
The Associated Press4 hours ago
Judge: Mississippi suit to cover all who lost voting rightsA federal judge says a handful of former Mississippi convicts who are suing to have their voting rights restored can represent everyone who falls into that category
The Associated Press4 hours ago
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