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Virginia, Alabama races show tea party limits
In the closing days of his losing campaign for Virginia's governorship, Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli called the contest a referendum on Affordable Health Care. Virginia voter Lee Killen saw it instead as a referendum on the tea party — and he voted no.
Worker-rights case asks court to define 'clothes'
A seemingly simple phrase can sometimes become stubbornly opaque when the lawyers at the Supreme Court get to it, and that was the case Monday when the justices examined what "changing clothes" means.
Okla. man says he was asked to leave Walmart because he's gay
An Oklahoma man says he was asked by a Walmart janitor to leave the store because he of his sexual orientation.
VIDEO: Marijuana law revised to allow backyard smoking
A Colorado marijuana law regarding public smoking has been revised to allow smoking in your own backyard.
Police say football coach murdered by acquaintance
A football coach at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Mo., was gunned down in a movie theater parking lot Friday night by what police say was an assailant who knew the coach. The shooting caused cancellation of the school's homecoming activities and football game with Lindenwood University.
VIDEO: High-speed crash caught on tape
Authorities in Milwaukee were trying to pull over a suspected wrong way driver during a chase that at times reached speeds of more than100 miles an hour. The chase ended when the suspect hit a concrete barrier, sending his car into the police car behind it.
VIDEO: Honda recalling Odyssey minivans
Honda announced a recall Monday for its Odyssey minivans due to a sensor issue which is causing vehicles to break on their own.
Hundreds of artworks by Picasso, Chagall, others may have been seized by Nazis
A Berlin art historian is helping prosecutors investigate a trove of 1,500 artworks that may have seized by the Nazis, which has been found in Munich.
Couple begins 'kindness' journey
Did a stranger buy your coffee this morning? Or pay your parking ticket? If so, you could be a recipient of a Michigan couple's random kindness. They're traveling part of the United States, helping as many people as they can.
VIDEO: U.S.-Mexico drug tunnel with rail system found
A tunnel designed to smuggle drugs from Tijuana, Mexico, to San Diego is equipped with electricity, ventilation and a rail system, U.S. authorities said Thursday. The tunnel was discovered on Wednesday, and three suspects are in custody.
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