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  • drunk man in clown makeup accused of dangling child from kenosha, wis. a wisconsin man wearing clown makeup is accused of dangling a child upside down from an overpass after coming home drunk from a halloween party.

  • u.s. acknowledges more civilian deaths from airstrikes in the 20 deaths nearly doubled the total number of acknowledged civilian deaths since the u.s.-led air campn began in 2014. the u.s. has conducted nearly 12,000 airstrikes since bombing began in

  • some welcome economic news for american workers for years, economists have been predicting fatter paychecks for u.s. workers. it hasn't happened. over the last year, americans have seen their hourly pay rise only 2.5 percent, with wages idling

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  • pulitzer board to launch review of junot diaz new york the pulitzer prize board said thursday it will launch an independent review of the misconduct allegations against junot diaz, and that the author will relinquish the role of chairman

  • allahabad, india orange water runs out of a drain near the buena vista copper mine, in the state of sonora, mexico on august 13, 2014. five days earlier, 40,000 cubic meters of sulfuric acid leaked from the drain

  • donald trump jr.: media would be 'warming up the gas donald trump jr. on wednesday suggested the media has helped hillary clinton by letting her slide on every lie and said that if republicans did the same, the media would be warming

  • supreme court squelches samsung penalty over iphone design washington -- the u.s. supreme court sided with smartphone maker samsung electronics in its high-profile patent dispute with apple over the design of the iphone.

  • house approves bill to pause syrian refugee plan house approves bill to pause syrian refugee plan. by rebecca shabad updated on: november 19, 2015 / 2:15 pm / cbs news the house on thursday passed legislation that would pause the obama

  • trump administration asks supreme court to hear case on the trump administration is asking the supreme court to fast-track cases on the president's decision to prevent certain transgender people from serving in the military.

  • state department: boko haram terrorist designation could washington - the u.s. state department acknowledged thursday it could have acted sooner to designate nigeria's boko haram a foreign terrorist organization, even though the nigerian government and