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Untested Waters: Feds take small steps toward inspecting more seafood


Prosecutors drop groping case against Kevin Spacey


GOP Sen. Rand Paul blocks bill to boost 9/11 victims fund


Judge: Michael Cohen campaign finance probe over


Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency


House derails move to impeach Trump for insults


2-year-old found safe in northern Michigan woods after 24 hours alone


Drug lord ‘El Chapo’ Guzman sentenced to life in prison


Threats against Congress may break record this year


Graphic suicide scene removed from Netflix’s ‘13 Reasons Why’ nearly 2 years later


Hummus sold nationwide recalled due to possible listeria contamination


6-year-old dies after struck by father’s errant golf ball


Dozens of Pilot whales come ashore on Ga. beach


5th anniversary of Eric Garner’s death comes day after DOJ declines to charge officer


78 years after the Pearl Harbor attack, another recently identified sailor is laid to rest


Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens passes away at 99


Homeowner suspects ‘brazen’ coyote entered through doggy door, killed dog


Confusion, fear reigns on Mexico border with new US policy


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Los Angeles police officer charged with multiple rapes after DNA hit

The 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department could face life in prison after his DNA matched evidence in a 2015 cold case, authorities said.

Mayor under fire for last-minute cancellation of LGBTQ pride event

Reading, Pennsylvania, Mayor Wally Scott said he axed the event because the rainbow pride flag — which was set to fly over City Hall — is a political symbol.

Sex assault case against Kevin Spacey dropped

Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe cited the "unavailability of the complaining witness" in filing for dismissal.

For healthy blood pressure, both numbers matter

The study analyzed more than 36 million blood pressure readings from more than 1 million adults.

Microsoft will give away software to guard U.S. voting machines

The tech giant says it has tracked more than 700 cyberattacks by foreign adversaries against U.S. political organizations so far this election cycle.