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A man involved in a domestic dispute opened fire at a suburban Houston home Wednesday evening, killing six people, four of them children, and wounding a 15-year-old girl, authorities said.
The lawsuit sought millions of dollars for the 45-year-old Stow, who was left with disabling brain damage following the attack in a stadium parking lot after an opening day game between the California rivals.
Police in Flint say they've found the body believed to be that of a fugitive murder suspect inside a house where he barricaded himself for several hours, wounding an officer trying to capture him.
Barack Obama derided George W. Bush's strategy of "going it alone" overseas as "cowboy diplomacy." Going it alone is the way of this administration's domestic policy.
It's been more than two years since the U.S. withdrew almost all military forces from Iraq, but the multibillion-dollar logistics contract to support American troops there will likely go on for the better part of another decade, records show.
A Justice Department program designed to cut down on loan fraud could instead wind up threatening legitimate businesses, a key Republican congressman warned Tuesday.
Democrats indicated Tuesday they plan to double down in their "war on women" theme and their attacks on the Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby religious-freedom case.
The Environmental Protection Agency has quietly floated a rule claiming authority to bypass the courts and unilaterally garnish paychecks of those accused of violating its rules, a power currently used by agencies such as the Internal Revenue Service.
Sen. Robert Menendez is calling on the Justice Department to look into whether the Cuban government was involved in attempts to smear him ahead of his 2012 re-election bid by linking him to underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic