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Nine-year-old Zain Hafeez hears the world differently.
Some of the last surviving members of the original Tuskegee Airmen are planning to hold a reunion at an upstate New York aviation museum over Memorial Day weekend.
The alleged sexual assault of an 18-year-old high school student who was being held for U.S. immigration authorities in the Sherburne County jail highlights an emerging problem of sexual abuse of immigration detainees across the country.
A convicted serial rapist has destroyed explicit journals known as "fantasy logs" that could have been evidence for officials fighting to prevent his release, his attorney acknowledged during a court hearing.
Gering officials are looking forward to the demolition of an idle meatpacking plant in the Nebraska Panhandle city.
A northeastern Indiana man was sentenced to 187 years in prison for allegedly luring underage girls into sex acts with him by throwing alcohol- and drug-fueled parties and giving some of them tattoos.
University of Minnesota faculty and student activists are pressuring the school to rescind an invitation to former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to speak at the school next month.
Ted Nugent called the mayor of Longview, Texas, a racist after the city paid $16,250 to keep him from being considered as a headliner for a Fourth of July concert.
Minnesota utility regulators heard competing bids Tuesday as they decide whether solar power or natural gas should generate additional electricity for Xcel Energy's 1.2 million customers in the state.