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Chris Brown trial could start as soon as Friday

WASHINGTON (AP) — Singer Chris Brown's trial on an assault charge in Washington could start as soon as Friday. Brown's trial is scheduled to begin as soon as a judge finishes the trial of Brown's bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy. Both men are facing an ...

Portland teen denies urinating in Mount Tabor reservoir

CCTV footage of a teenager urinating in a town's water reservoir has made world headlines — and now the culprit is fighting back. Teenager Dallas Swonger has denied urinating in Portland's drinking supply, saying he actually took a leak on a wall next to it.

Lethal Injection Chemicals Object to Being Used for Kansas Shooter

ChicagoNow (blog)

As news spread that Kansas prosecutors were considering seeking the death penalty against Frazier Glenn Cross (aka Frazier Glenn Miller), the avowed white supremacist who is accused of killing three people at a Jewish center for the elderly in Overland ...

House pitches a delay for small business

Honolulu Star-Advertiser

<p>The House has approved a bill that would increase the minimum wage to $10 an hour by January 2018 and expand a tip credit to 75 cents. Businesses could claim the tip credit on workers who earn at least $7 more than the minimum wage. But the ...

AG Biden Won't Seek New Term, Plans Run for Governor

WILM News Radio

Delaware's political landscape has been shaken up by Attorney General Beau Biden's decision not to seek a third term in the fall, but instead make a bid for governor in 2016. Democrats will now have to scramble to find a candidate to replace Biden, who has ...

Obama urges Congress to pass immigration reforms

Business Standard

US President Barack Obama has urged the Republican leadership of the Congress to pass the comprehensive immigration reform, which he said would improve the national economy and strengthen the security as well. "It (immigration reform) would ...

Texas explosion anniversary


West, TX (NBC News) - Family and friends gathered to remember the victims of a massive explosion that killed fifteen people at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas last year. Twelve of them were first responders. More than 160 people were injured and 150 ...

Kathleen Sebelius Not Interested in a Senate Run


Following her announced resignation from the Health and Human Services Department, Sec. Kathleen Sebelius, told the New York Times Thursday, via a spokeswoman that she is not interested in running for the U.S. Senate in Kansas as a Democrat.

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