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$4.8M in gold bars stolen in armored truck heist on highway

Kansas City Star

Shortly after dusk along a lonely stretch of Interstate 95, armed robbers hijacked an armored truck, tied up the two guards and disappeared into the night with 275 pounds of gold bars. The guards working for Transvalue Inc. of Miami reported pulling off to the ...

Banned UM frat: We will pay for ski resort damages

Detroit Free Press

There's no truth in reports a banned University of Michigan fraternity doesn't plan to pay for damages at a northern Michigan resort, a representative told the Free Press. But what the final payment will be is still up in the air. Alan Greenberg, who serves on the ...

Cleveland mayor: blaming Tamir Rice for death 'insensitive'

New York Daily News

Cleveland's mayor apologized to the family of Tamir Rice after city lawyers blamed the 12-year-old for his own death. Mayor Frank Jackson called the attorney's language “insensitive” and out of character with the city's values. Tamir's family had filed a ...

Challenge to health law stokes fears

Los Angeles Times

Samantha Allen always dreamed of being a photographer. But struggling with asthma and a painful neurological disorder called fibromyalgia, she needed a job that offered health insurance. That put a freelance career out of reach. Last year, though, Allen ...

Rare hail storm hits California's Huntington Beach

KTAR.com

In a rare sight for beachgoers, Huntington Beach in California was hit with a storm Monday that left the beach in a blanket of hail. Residents nearby woke up to about an inch of hail, which transformed the beach into a winter wonderland, MyFOXLA reported.

Politifact: Conservative group claims Hillary Clinton's foundation took millions ...

Tampabay.com

A group founded by Karl Rove launched one of the first salvos of the 2016 presidential election cycle with a Web video attacking presumed Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. Related News/Archive. PolitiFact: Why Clinton, in '75, defended an accused ...

Senate Democrats Put DHS Funding Pressure Back On John Boehner

Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- House Republicans attempted last week to kick the issue of funding for the Department of Homeland Security over to the Senate. On Monday evening, Senate Democrats kicked it back, putting the heat on House Speaker John Boehner ...

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