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Leader of Ordain Women group says she's devastated at being accused of apostasy; website creator also may be expelled from church
Just three days before he left his post in Afghanistan, he emailed friends saying he was "done compromising"
The group that successfully fought teacher unions in California are now taking the battle to a dozen more states
14-year-old Emilio Hoffman, a freshman at Reynolds High School, remembered as a soccer fanatic who loved to make people laugh
July 7 probate trial will determine if Shelly Sterling is sole trustee who can proceed with $2 billion sale of team to Steve Ballmer
"Career ruined" says one critic; Calif. grad's family defends decision to feed hungry baby
Police also said Wednesday that an autopsy determined that gunman Jared Michael Padgett died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the Tuesday attack
Residents have abandoned home on Lake Whitney, south of Dallas
"I just couldn't leave," woman says after firefighters decided situation was too risky
Unclear circumstances surround Bergdahl's dismissal from Coast Guard service just 26 days after signing up
New Port Richey, Fla., bartender Patrica Smith is charged with battery after being caught on surveillance footage dragging an 84-year-old woman out of a bar by her arms. Tammie Fields reports.
FBI Director says probe led by field office in Phoenix, where IG report confirmed excessive waiting times and misconduct at hospital there
Several Kansas City, Mo., citizens sprung into action to rescue a fawn struggling in the waters of a flooded creek. Firefighters tried twice to rescue the deer but deemed the conditions too dangerous. Once the waters had receded, onlookers decided to give it another shot.
Gunman fatally shoots student a day before summer vacation
57-year-old man spotted after sending distress call 11 days into attempted voyage from California to Hawaii
Landmark decision labeling tenure and other teacher job protections could influence gathering debate across the country
Andres Amador, a former computer programmer, has fully devoted himself to his art; creating beautiful and complex patterns on sandy beaches from California to the Caribbean. John Blackstone meets the artist and discusses his process, his work and what inspires his intricate designs.
That typical looking delivery truck could be carrying millions of dollars worth of drugs, and police are now watching decals -- and spelling -- very closely
U.S. troops killed this week by a bomb from their own nation's jet remembered by friends and family in Illinois, Ohio
Issues blistering statement ahead of court fight with estranged wife over right to sell L.A. Clippers