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A Connecticut man accused of rape was acquitted this week after employing an unusual defense tactic: dropping his pants in court and showing his penis... [Read More]
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A California congressman has lost the endorsement of a 1.3 million-member Realtors group after saying it was acceptable for people to refuse to sell their... [Read More]
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"It was probably the strongest piece of evidence that we could offer," defense attorney Todd Bussert said. [Read More]
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"A homeowner should not be required to be in business with someone they think is doing something that is immoral," Rep. Dana Rohrbacher (R-Calif.) told... [Read More]
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The sheer force of the lava bomb was what Darryl Clinton remembered feeling first, more powerful than any waves he had ever encountered in the... [Read More]
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The sheer force of the lava bomb was what Darryl Clinton remembered feeling first, more powerful than any waves he had ever encountered in the... [Read More]
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'I didn't care if they cut my leg off or not.'... [Read More]
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The stares and whispers started on the first day of school more than two years ago, when Liv Funk and Hailey Smith silently declared their... [Read More]
A Montana woman said she plans to take legal action after a Border Patrol agent detained and questioned her and a friend — both U.S.... [Read More]
One woman is planning to take legal action after being stopped at a convenience store in Havre... [Read More]
A Montana woman said she plans to take legal action after a Border Patrol agent detained and questioned her and a friend after overhearing them... [Read More]
A Montana woman said she plans to take legal action after a Border Patrol agent detained and questioned her and a friend - both U.S.... [Read More]
"I was so embarrassed ... I don't think speaking Spanish is something criminal, you know?" said Ana Suda. "My friend, she started crying. ... And... [Read More]
The homeowner was standing on a third-floor balcony when he was struck, the first known injury from recent Kilauea activity. [Read More]
Lava spatters can weigh as much as a refrigerator and even small pieces of spatter can kill, an official said. [Read More]
The agent, based in Montana near the border with Canada, questioned and held them for 35 to 40 minutes, the women said. [Read More]
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