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Untested Waters: Feds take small steps toward inspecting more seafood

Huggies puts dads on diaper boxes for first time

Jeffrey Epstein denied bail in sex trafficking case

Sheriff offers man a cheeseburger to end a standoff

Mnuchin: Negotiators agree on core elements of budget, debt limit deal

CDC: E. coli outbreak over, recalled flour may still be in pantries

House where Manson followers murdered 2 is on the market

Iran state TV: Iranian forces seize foreign oil tanker, crew

Possible 2020 run against Trump is ‘in God’s hands,’ former SC Gov Mark Sanford says

Delta will begin carrying powerful overdose-reversal drug on flights

Study: Cutting back on beef can help save the planet

Video shows Illinois store clerk confronting family on citizenship status

Court acts against N.J. judges for remarks in sexual assault cases

Pumpsie Green, 1st black player on Boston Red Sox, dies

Man shouting 'You die' kills nearly 30 at Japan anime studio

Mother, 3 young children found stabbed to death at Columbus, Ga. apartments

Trump slams congresswomen; crowd roars, ‘Send her back!’

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Jeffrey Epstein denied bail, must remain behind bars until sex trafficking trial

A federal judge in New York sided with prosecutors who argued that the financier poses a flight risk.

Mother and two children, 11 and 5, found shot to death in Iowa home

The 31-year-old suspect and his wife and children shared the house with the mother and children who were killed, authorities said.

Remains found in Massachusetts identified as missing Florida mother

The Berkshire District Attorney's Office announced Wednesday that remains found in Peru, Massachusetts have been identified as Jackie Coutinho, a mother who disappeared from Hinsdale in May of 2019. Coutinho was a resident of Florida.

No more 'manholes': Berkeley removing gendered language from city code

"A male-centric municipal code doesn’t reflect the reality of the city of Berkeley," a city council member said.