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    Parents arrested after leaving 4-year-old home alone while they went “clowning”

    MENASHA, Wis. – A Wisconsin couple was arrested for leaving their 4-year-old child home alone while they went “clowning.” Around 4 a.m. Friday, police were called to reports of people wearing clown masks and chasing after vehicles in Menasha, Wis. When officers arrived, they located two men, ages 20 and 29, who were involved in the incident, KFOR sister station WITI reports. They also found a 26-year-old woman who had reportedly been driving the two men around in the neighborhood. […]

  • Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump greet each other, without a handshake, at the 2nd presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
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    Full transcript and video from second 2016 Presidential Debate

    Martha Raddatz: Good evening. I’m Martha Raddatz from ABC news. Anderson Cooper: And I’m Anderson Cooper from CNN, we want to welcome you to Washington University in St. Louis for the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sponsored by the Commission on presidential debates. Tonight’s debate is a town hall format which gives voters the chance to directly ask the candidates questions. Martha and I will ask follow-up questions but the night really belongs to the people […]

  • Terence Crutcher

    Terence Crutcher family attorneys: Toxicology report doesn’t change facts of the tragedy

    TULSA, Okla. – Terence Crutcher, whose shooting by a police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was captured on camera, had the drug known as PCP in his system during the incident, according to a toxicology report released Tuesday. The case drew national attention after police released videos showing Crutcher walking on the road with his arms in the air before the shooting. Tulsa police Officer Betty Shelby has pleaded not guilty to felony manslaughter in connection with the shooting. Through her […]

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    “We have prayed for the last 6 years for justice,” Oklahoma man convicted in murder of mother, two children will not be put to death

    BLANCHARD, Okla. – A Blanchard man convicted in the brutal murders of a mother and her two young children will not be put to death. Ginger Griffin has to accept she’ll never see her stepdaughter and grandkids again. What she can’t handle is the man who savagely took their lives is still breathing. “We want him to feel what our kids are feeling. They don’t get to see us or hug us. They don’t get to tell us they love […]

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    Medical Examiner: Terence Crutcher had PCP in his system at time of death

    TULSA, Okla. –  The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s Office released its autopsy results of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher, the unarmed man who was shot an killed by a Tulsa police officer. On September 16, Crutcher was shot and killed by Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby after his car was stopped in the middle of a roadway. Officers at the scene say Crutcher was acting erratically and was not following commands. According to the affidavit, Shelby asked Crutcher if the vehicle was his and […]

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    Hurricane Matthew unearths Civil War cannonballs in South Carolina

    FOLLY BEACH, S.C. – Civil War-era cannonballs have been detonated in South Carolina after Hurricane Matthew uncovered the old military ordnance in Folly Beach. A local resident came across the cannonballs while walking on the beach on Sunday morning, Chief Andrew Gilreath, Director of Public Safety, told CNN. “You can see the fuse holes in the balls,” he said. CCSO Bomb and Air Force Explosive Teams still on scene examining these old civil war ordnance #chsnews — ChasCoSheriff (@ChasCoSheriff) […]

  • Nestlé launched a nationwide recall of some of its Drumstick ice cream cones after getting positive tests for Listeria in a California factory where the treats are made.
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    Nestlé recalls Drumstick ice cream cones after listeria test

    Nestlé launched a nationwide recall of some of its Drumstick ice cream cones after getting positive tests for Listeria in a California factory where the treats are made. No one has been reported sick and none of the Drumstick products have tested positively for Listeria, according to the US Food and Drug Administration. The company got positive test results for Listeria on its equipment located on a production line at its facility in Bakersfield, California, according to a company statement. […]

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    Epipen maker agrees to pay $465 million fine

    NEW YORK  — Epipen maker Mylan has agreed to pay $465 million to the government. The embattled pharmaceutical company said Friday it has agreed to a settlement with the Department of Justice and several other agencies. Mylan was accused of falsely classifying Epipen, a life-saving allergic reaction treatment, in order to overcharge Medicaid for them. Mylan does not admit to any wrongdoing, the company said in a statement Friday. Drugmakers pay rebates to Medicaid under the Medicaid Drug Rebate program […]

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    Audit claims ‘poor management” of money after Oklahoma disasters

    OKLAHOMA CITY – An audit from the U.S. Inspector General says the Oklahoma Department of Commerce was “informal” and displayed “systemic weakness of control” when handing out federal money following disasters in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The audit, dated Sept. 30, details what it describes as “poor management of [federal] funds,” noting millions of dollars went to projects that were neither eligible for aid nor properly documented. “The State failed to support how it determined activity eligibility, existence, disaster event […]

  • Hillary Clinton at the CNN Democratic Town Hall on Monday, January 25.
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    State Department releases new batch of Clinton emails

    WASHINGTON  — The State Department released 75 emails, totaling 273 pages, recovered by the FBI as part of their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server Friday. The release is the first of four large productions before Election Day, with more expected in the months after. That production schedule comes as the result of several Freedom of Information Act lawsuits filed by the conservative legal watchdog group Judicial Watch and VICE News journalist Jason Leopold, seeking information about the former secretary […]

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    Double arm transplant will allow veteran “to pursue my dreams”

    When quadruple amputee and retired Marine Sgt. John Peck looks down at his new arms, he said, he’s overcome with gratitude – and vows he will not take them for granted. Peck soon will be able to use his arms to open heavy doors with circular handles, shake the hands of others and feel fiancée Jessica Paker’s palm in his. “That truly is a precious gift,” Peck said, with a cross around his neck and tears in his eyes, at […]