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Court: San Francisco can't be sued over immigrant…

A U.S. appeals court says the parents of a woman shot and killed by an immigrant who wasn't held for deportation proceedings cannot sue San Francisco for negligence over the shooting that touched off a fierce national debate

Mapping pot legalization politics: Not just red…

Leaders in New Jersey want to legalize recreational marijuana use, but their efforts have hit a setback that shows the politics of pot legalization aren't purely partisan

Hundreds file claims in wake of Texas…

Official: Houston-area petrochemical storage facility that was heavily damaged by fire has received hundreds of compensation claims seeking lost wages, other damages

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Save The Children: 7 killed in airstrike on Yemen hospital

Save The Children says a hospital it supports in Yemen has been hit by an airstrike and seven people have been killed

California crab fisheries to close early to protect whales

California crab fisheries will close for the season in April when whales are feeding off the state's coast as part of an effort to keep Dungeness crab fishery gear from killing protected whales

'Back-up' koalas are 'incredibly strong'

Longleat Safari Park says its conservation project is still helping koalas after concerns following the death of one of the animals.

House Fails to Override President Trump's Veto of…

The Democratic-controlled House fell short Tuesday in its effort to override President Donald Trump’s first veto, handing him a victory in his drive to spend billions more for constructing barriers along the Southwest border.

Marvel Movie Mania! Company Will Pay You $1,000…

If you’re a Marvel fan, movie fan, and love what Dire Straits referred to as getting ‘Money For Nothing’ then do I have the job for you! Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

Democrats, Muslim lawmaker decry opening prayer as divisive

The first female Muslim elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives says she was offended by a fellow member's prayer invocation, which drew objections as divisive

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Avenatti arrested on fraud, extortion charges

Attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested Monday and is facing federal charges in New York and LA of bank fraud, misappropriating client funds, and trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike, according to federal prosecutors. U.S. New York District Attorney Geoffrey Berman said Avenatti threaned Nike with "cut, after cut, after cut, after cut" if it did not make payments to Avenatti. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

US stocks edge higher as early rally loses…

U.S. stocks are holding on to modest gains in afternoon trading after a strong rally lost much of its early momentum

FBI defends length of probe into fatal police shooting

The FBI says the 2017 fatal shooting by U.S. Park Police of an unarmed Virginia motorist is a complex case and that its 16-month investigation is not unusual

US To Expand Policy That Bans Aid Recipients From…

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced expanded efforts to enforce a policy barring foreign recipients of U.S. aid from promoting abortion.

Flooding hits South Dakota American Indian…

Flooding that has hit parts of the Midwest hard has nearly paralyzed an American Indian reservation in southern South Dakota

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Delayed marathon bombing memorials to be finished…

Permanent memorials to the victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings are taking shape in a foundry outside Boston

Baltimore mayor's $500K book deal draws intense…

There's a search underway in Maryland for "Healthy Holly" _ not a fugitive or a missing citizen, but an obscure children's book series authored by Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh

Spain: FBI was offered stolen data from NKorea…

A U.S. State Department spokesman says that the government had nothing to do with last month's assault on the North Korean Embassy in Madrid