San Francisco Giants revelers vandalize police cars, throw bottles at officers
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Dallas nurse who recovered from Ebola to be reunited with her dog, Bentley
Judge OKs debt plan for Stockton, California, 1 of largest US cities to declare bankruptcy
Where's that shrimp from? Grocery stores, restaurants use misleading labels, group says
New York City sued for putting inmates in solitary confinement earned from old jail stints
Defense asks for new judge in Iraq war crime case against Marine sergeant
Suspect arrested in taunting of California officer by bikers doing stunts on highway
Q&A: What can be done about sometimes unpredictable lava creeping through Hawaii town?
Pot advocates look to young voters to help make Oregon, Alaska latest states to legalize weed
Thomas Menino, affable yet shrewd as Boston's longest-serving mayor, dies at 71
Judge denies request from ex-Patriot Hernandez to move murder trial to a different county
In 2012, two massive storms pounded the United States, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, hungry or without power for days and weeks. Americans believed the Red Cross was up to the job of easing the suffering left in the storms' wake. They were wrong.
The drink is still available in the U.S., though.
Fight against Ebola and other deadly infectious diseases needs more funding and political will
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Viral video documents woman's experience with street harassment in day walking around New York
11 men, from Maryland to Oregon, get 15-plus years in international child pornography network
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