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Man Who Posed as a Doctor at 18 Is Going to Prison at 20

Man Who Posed as a Doctor at 18 Is Going to Prison at 20

Malachi A. Love-Robinson was 18 when he was accused of practicing medicine without a license. He pleaded guilty to several charges on Thursday, and was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.

Maryland state trooper killed in I-95 crash

Maryland state trooper killed in I-95 crash

A Maryland state trooper killed in a crash on Interstate 95 may have been pursuing a speeding motorcycle when his vehicle struck the back of a tractor trailer early Saturday, state police said.

Report: New York Man Falls Three Stories During Surprise Valentine's Visit

Report: New York Man Falls Three Stories During Surprise Valentine's Visit

A New York man paying a late Valentine's Day visit to his former boyfriend reportedly fell three stories from a fire escape at her Manhattan residence.

Trump’s Trade Truce With Europe Has a Familiar Feel: It Mirrors Obama’s Path

Trump’s Trade Truce With Europe Has a Familiar Feel: It Mirrors Obama’s Path

A steel factory in Italy. Mr. Trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum, prompting retaliatory measures by Europe. Then he stoked the tensions by calling Europe a “foe.”

A Trump Endorsement Can Decide a Race. Here’s How to Get One.

A Trump Endorsement Can Decide a Race. Here’s How to Get One.

People posed with a cardboard cutout of President Trump at a Republican unity rally in Georgia last month. Brian Kemp, who received Mr. Trump's endorsement, won the Republican nomination for governor days earlier.

Flooding becomes widespread in eastern Montana

Flooding becomes widespread in eastern Montana

Flooding in Montana caused the cancellation of several high school graduations and fishermen were trapped by washed out roads on Saturday, while swelling rivers led to voluntary evacuations in a...

2 more Somalis enter guilty pleas in piracy case

2 more Somalis enter guilty pleas in piracy case

Two more Somali men pleaded guilty Tuesday to piracy charges for roles in the February hijacking of a yacht off Africa that left four Americans dead.

Man who stabbed Seattle lesbian couple sentenced

Man who stabbed Seattle lesbian couple sentenced

A man who viciously raped a lesbian couple in Seattle two years ago, killing one of the women, has been sentenced to life in prison without release — the only possible sentence because prosecutors weren't seeking the death penalty.

Priest Defends Himself on Radio in Sex Abuse Case

Priest Defends Himself on Radio in Sex Abuse Case

A suspended Philadelphia priest has taken to the airwaves to defend himself against allegations of child sex abuse, which he called "completely and totally a lie."

Man cleared in NYC block-party police shootout

Man cleared in NYC block-party police shootout

The only man arrested in the aftermath of a deadly police shootout following a New York City block party has been cleared of all criminal charges.

6 senators push bipartisan plan to cut deficit

6 senators push bipartisan plan to cut deficit

The bipartisan "Gang of Six" senators on Tuesday offered a major plan to cut the deficit by almost $4 trillion over the coming decade, but whether it can break through the budget debate will dep...

California 2nd Graders May Have Had Oral Sex in Class

California 2nd Graders May Have Had Oral Sex in Class

A second-grade Oakland teacher is on leave while the school investigates reports that students engaged in oral sex during class.

Trump Tax Cut Unlocks Millions for a Republican Election Blitz

Trump Tax Cut Unlocks Millions for a Republican Election Blitz

Corry Bliss, the executive director of the Congressional Leadership Fund, a “super PAC” that is building an ambitious field operation to knock on doors and make other voter contacts in 40 targeted congressional districts this fall. Some of the group’s biggest donors benefited handsomely from last year’s tax cut.

National Guard Has Eyes on the Border. But They’re Not Watching Mexico.

National Guard Has Eyes on the Border. But They’re Not Watching Mexico.

Members of the National Guard at an outpost along the Rio Grande in Starr County, Tex., in April. They avoided gazing directly into Mexico.

Ed. Secy: States to get waivers on No Child tests

Ed. Secy: States to get waivers on No Child tests

The Obama administration effectively gutted the Bush-era No Child Left Behind law Monday, giving states a way out of a decade-long policy that focused on holding schools accountable but labeled ...

'Glitch' left suspect in Miss. priest's death free

'Glitch' left suspect in Miss. priest's death free

A man accused of killing a Roman Catholic priest might have been in jail at the time if it weren't for a mix-up between the state's prisons and court systems, authorities told The Associated Pre...


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