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Colorado Woman Charged In Father's Murder After Body Found Encased In Concrete

A Colorado woman was charged with murder after police found her 69-year-old father's body encased in a concrete inside his Denver home. Dayna Jennings, 44, was arrested Jan. 10 in the death of her father William Mussack, the 17th Judicial District A

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FISA Extension Approved, NSA Can Snoop On Your Emails For Another 6 years

The Senate voted Thursday 65-34 to pass the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments Reauthorization Act of 2017, which will allow security agencies warrantless electronic surveillance of United States citizens for the next six years. The a

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Panera asks FDA to define an 'egg' in a swipe at competitors' breakfast sandwiches

Panera is challenging its competitors to step up their breakfast food game.

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Snowstorm pummels southeast, kills 10, including 8-month-old baby

Winter Storm Inga swept the South from Texas to Florida and even north to Massachusets on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and wreaking havoc on flights.

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Police: Man who clashed with North Dakota officer arrested

Authorities have found the vehicle used by a man accused of trying to run over a police officer in North Dakota, but the suspect hasn't been found.

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Meet the Justice Department's FISA closer

As lawmakers on Capitol Hill began to vote Thursday afternoon to extend a fiercely debated electronic surveillance program, a small circle of officials at the Justice Department huddled around at TV in a fifth-floor conference room watching C-SPAN.

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Officials fear China compromised US covert communications, report says

U.S. intelligence officials are now concerned that China has compromised the methods that the CIA uses to communicate with overseas assets, dampening agents’ enthusiasm after the Monday arrest of a former CIA officer for retaining classified inform

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Stansfield Turner, who led major CIA reforms, dies

Stansfield A. Turner, who as CIA director under President Jimmy Carter oversaw reforms at the agency in the wake of the scandal uncovered by the Church Committee, has died.

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Alabama man kills kids, daughter's fiance, then self, police say

Three people in Calhoun County, Alabama were reportedly killed Thursday by a family member who fatally shot them before turning the gun on himself.

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Man in debt over DUI pleads guilty to robbing Kansas bank

A Kansas City, Missouri, man who was thousands of dollars in debt from a drunken driving case has pleaded guilty to a Kansas bank robbery that netted just $615.

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What the future may hold for Turpin siblings

As David and Louise Turpin's criminal case proceeds, the questions of their parental rights and their children's long-term future will likely be decided in another courtroom. The Southern California couple is charged with torturing and starving 12 of thei

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Kids were shown food but not allowed to eat it, prosecutor says

David and Louise Turpin, accused of keeping their 13 children captive and shackling some of them inside a squalid Southern California home, have their first court hearing Thursday.

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'Tourniquet Killer' executed in Texas for 1992 strangling

Texas carried out the nation's first execution of 2018 Thursday evening, giving lethal injection to a man who became known as Houston's "Tourniquet Killer" because of his signature murder technique on four female victims.

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Illinois man pleads guilty in 1985 death of 15-year-old girl

Prosecutors say an Illinois man has pleaded guilty in the 1985 death of a teenage girl who left her suburban Chicago home to go to the store and never returned.

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Grand jury indicts Missouri man arrested when Amtrak stopped

A grand jury has indicted a Missouri man on charges related to the stopping of an Amtrak train in Nebraska.

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Russian spy ship spotted off US coast a year ago returns to region

The Russian spy ship first spotted near American waters last year is back, Fox News can confirm.

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LAPD spent millions on 'green' electric BMWs used for joyrides to nail salons, day lunches: report

Two years after the LAPD touted a multimillion-dollar purchase a fleet of eco-friendly electric BMWS, officers are mostly using the cars for personal trips to grab lunch and, in one case, visit a nail salon, according to a local report.

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Giant e-school closure means abrupt change for students

One of the nation's largest online charter schools is closing abruptly halfway through the academic year.

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Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock's ashes given to brother, coroner says

The cremated remains of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock were received by a family member on Thursday, the coroner said.

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Toronto man charged in deaths of two missing men

Police say they believe there are more victims and that the investigation has not yet concluded.

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Fifth Grader Mistakenly Passes Out Weed Edibles To Classroom Friends

What a New Mexico fifth grader thought was just some harmless candy-sharing turned into a learning experience about drugs, KRQE reported. A small handful of students at Albuquerque School of Excellence inadvertently tried marijuana after one girl mistake

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Accused Arizona killer linked to seven more fatal shootings

PHOENIX (Reuters) - A convicted Arizona felon arrested on charges of killing his mother and stepfather in their home last month is now believed responsible for at least seven more fatal shootings in the Phoenix area, police said on Thursday.

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Market is getting it wrong on Fed rate hikes, warns private equity giant KKR

Private equity giant KKR said the market is pricing in only half the number of Fed rate hikes likely to come in 2019.

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Abercrombie & Fitch Launches 'Everybody' Unisex Kids Clothing Line

Abercrombie Kids unveiled its all-inclusive kids' line Wednesday to accommodate children of all genders.

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Government shutdown: Where the senators stand

If the House passes a short-term spending bill on Thursday, the Senate will need 60 votes to move it forward.

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Trump Made Stormy Daniels Watch 'Shark Week,' Spank With Forbes Magazine: Report

Much has been made about the recent Wall Street Journal report about adult film actress Stormy Daniels ’s alleged sexual relationship with president Donald Trump. Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen allegedly paid Daniels $130,000 in late 2016 to

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Hospitals eye making generics for 20 drugs that they say are overpriced or in short supply

A consortium representing more than 450 hospitals plan to create their own generic drug company.

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Fishermen escape crash by split-second

Watch how fishermen in Oregon react as a boat speeds straight towards them.

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