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Dallas police fire officer charged with fatally shooting man in his apartment


Amber Guyger, the police officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting of a man inside his Dallas apartment, has been fired from the department, according to a statement Dallas Police Chief Ulysha Renee Hall.

Florida Democratic congressional candidate dies unexpectedly


April Freeman, the Democratic congressional candidate in Florida's 17th District, died Sunday night, her husband announced on Facebook Monday.

74-year-old man found alive 5 days after apartment fire


A 74-year-old man has been discovered alive five days after his senior living apartment complex in Washington, DC, caught fire -- but nobody knew he was missing.

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Prosecutors want Cosby to get 5-10 years in prison for showing 'no remorse'


Montgomery County prosecutors asked a judge on Monday to sentence Bill Cosby to five to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, saying Cosby had shown "no remorse" for his actions.

Hurricane Florence is about to bring historic flooding to Georgetown, South Carolina


Authorities in Georgetown County, South Carolina, are urging thousands of people to evacuate ahead of historic flooding in an area where multiple swollen rivers converge.


Russia probe chief Rosenstein to face off with Trump


Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired Monday, a source tells CNN.


The Point: Mitch McConnell appears to have conveniently forgotten who Merrick Garland is


When Mitch McConnell took to the Senate floor on Monday, he was, quite clearly irate. (Which, if you know anything about the taciturn and even-keeled Kentucky Republican, is saying something.) The reason for his anger? The tactics he…

Kavanaugh slams 'smears' and says he won't abandon his nomination


Brett Kavanaugh launched a bold effort to save his nomination to the US Supreme Court on Monday, lashing out at "smears" and a "grotesque and obvious character assassination" following the emergence of a new allegation of inappropriate…


Puyallup sued for illegally trashing belongings during homeless camp sweeps


A group of people who lived in a Puyallup homeless encampment is suing the City and Pierce County alleging their personal belongings and medical records were illegally thrown away.


Two musical senators among those pushing bill to help songwriters


A bill that would change the way songwriters in the music industry are paid in the digital age is in the final stretches of becoming law.


China-US tariffs: Biggest round kicks in

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The trade fight between the United States and China is set to intensify Monday when the two economic superpowers hit each other with their biggest round of tariffs yet.


5 things to know before the opening bell

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Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

Monday, Sep 24

Tiger Woods Shoots 2-Over on Back 9 to Win 2018 Tour Championship by 2 Strokes

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Tiger Woods is officially back, winning the 2018 Tour Championship for his first PGA Tour victory since 2013. The 14-time major winner closed out a two-stroke victory by shooting a 71 in the fourth round Sunday at East Lake Golf Club in…

Sunday, Sep 23

A rare two-headed copperhead discovered in Virginia


A rare discovery was made in northern Virginia this month when a two-headed baby copperhead slithered in the yard of a resident.

Dead fish scattered on the highway as floodwaters recede in North Carolina


North Carolina fire crews hosing down Interstate 40 after floodwaters receded found a stunning discovery: Dead fish scattered across the highway.

Saturday, Sep 22

Ben and Jerry's co-founders serve up support for Democrats' efforts to flip the House


It might be a rocky road for seven Democratic House candidates in their respective races, but the co-founders of Ben & Jerry's ice cream are hoping to float them to Congress.

Deaths on college and high school football fields are a rare but reliable tragedy


This fall, more than a million kids, teens and young men will line up on the hash marks for another season of football. Millions more will watch, either as rabid fans or, increasingly, as concerned parents and loved ones.

Man pleads guilty to assaulting woman and gets a 'pass'


A man in Anchorage, Alaska, pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman who said he strangled her unconscious and sexually assaulted her.

Coal ash likely entering North Carolina river, environmentalists say


Coal ash is likely entering the Cape Fear River in Wilmington, North Carolina, environmentalists said Friday. Rising water in the area, due to heavy rain and storm surge from Hurricane Florence, is still a problem.

Friday, Sep 21

The Point: What makes Cory Booker's groping incident different than the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh


As Washington continues to play a game of wait and see on whether Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, will testify in Washington next week, an old-but-new-again incident…

If Democrats can finally win here, they could take back the House


Republican Rep. Mike Coffman is sitting in a church communicating with a group of Spanish-speaking parishioners in their native tongue with a heavy American accent.

Thursday, Sep 20

Satellite image shows Florence polluting the Atlantic


As the Carolinas' swollen rivers crest, their "polluted floodwaters" are dumping out into the Atlantic, visibly discoloring the water offshore, federal experts have noted.

Use robo-advisors? How to protect your money in a down market


Robo-advisors are a smart way to invest your money, particularly in good times. But in a changing market, algorithms can leave you exposed. Here's how to protect yourself.

6 things to know before the opening bell

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Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.

McCaskill to vote no on Kavanaugh, cites dark money concerns


Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill said Wednesday she is voting no on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court, citing concerns over his stance on anonymous political contributions.