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Kansas sheriff's office offers to test your meth for coronavirus
A Kansas sheriff's office has a funny way of getting meth off the streets.
Congress approves making lynching a federal hate crime, bill heads to...
The bill comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
Obama sends cease-and-desist letter to Republican super PAC over Biden ad
The ad was made by The Committee to Defend the President, a super PAC that works to help President Donald Trump and hurt his Democratic rivals.
Actor Steven Seagal charged with failing to disclose payments
The SEC accused the actor of failing to disclose he was promised $250,000 in cash and $750,000 worth of cryptocurrency.
High school closed in Washington state over coronavirus concerns
"These steps are being taken out of an abundance of caution,” the superintendent said.
Ex-Baltimore Mayor To Be Sentenced For 'Healthy Holly' Children's Book Scheme
Former Mayor Catherine Pugh pleaded guilty to federal fraud, tax and conspiracy charges last year involving sales of her self-publishedchildren's books.
Panera Bread launches monthly coffee subscription program that offers...
The unlimited coffee subscription costs just $8.99 a month.
Video: Police chief identifies Miller brewery shooting victims
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales identified the five victims killed Wednesday at Molson Coors.
Stock market plummets for third time this week; on pace for worst week since...
U.S. stocks faced another sharp selloff on Thursday as worries about coronavirus mounted.
CDC director downplays claim that coronavirus spread is inevitable
WASHINGTON - The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday downplayed a fellow CDC official's warning that spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in...