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We went to bed expecting the worst and woke to a run-of-the-mill storm. OK, they got us.
No word on the fate of a Japanese journalist facing a deadline set by Islamic State.
Plan had enraged Republicans and unsettled Democrats.
All threats are evaluated, although real bombers don't announce their intentions.
Springfield police officer shot just hours after man's initial arrest.
A panel will evaluate police methods when it comes to shootings and moving vehicles.
The pace of veto threats to begin the new Congress may bode poorly for bipartisanship.
The parents and their three children were found dead of drug overdoses.
Motorists will have option of digital version in addition to hard copy.
A man missing for several days following a hunting trip to the Honey Island Swamp area has been found.
Teens weren't cited, but told they needed permission to go door to door.
Social media reactions to the monster storm headed for the Northeast.
The group, calling itself "Islamic State in Tripoli Province," said it launched the attack.
President tells CNN he won't meet with the Israeli leader during his trip to Washington.