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A minivan was towed to a city lot. The next morning, workers found a crying 4-year-old inside.

Milwaukee City Engineer Jeff Polenske said "apparently the girl was obviously very upset and crying — something that none of us would like to have happen to any of our children.”

Why these middle schoolers flock to a 95-year-old man and his well-worn proverbs each morning

Wally Richardson has been out there each morning for the past 20 years to greet the students and give them a dose of positivity. "The more I stood out there to greet the kids, the more they responded," he said.

Police think Alexa may have witnessed a New Hampshire double slaying. Now they want Amazon to turn her over.

Alexa might have been listening, as she almost always is, when Christine Sullivan was stabbed to death in the kitchen of the Farmington, N.H. home where Sullivan lived with her boyfriend on Jan. 27, 2...

Yale’s classrooms were full of men. Then the first female undergrads enrolled.

Fifty years ago, on Nov. 14, 1968, Yale announced it would become co-ed. The first women to enroll would change the school forever.

‘Rapid release’ Tylenol gelcaps are slower to dissolve than cheaper tablets, study finds

The study shows one way marketing messages on over-the-counter medicines could be misleading consumers.

Rome won’t fix the sex abuse crisis in U.S. churches. Let U.S. lay Catholics try.

American Catholics are better positioned to address the sexual abuse scandal in the church than the distant, autocratic Vatican.

Can CNN beat the White House in court? Look to the case 40 years ago of a loner journalist named Robert Sherrill.

A case cited in CNN's complaint against Trump points to an important precursor, which holds clues about the viability of the First Amendment claim.

Shot in the neck at 17, this is the trauma surgeon now leading doctors against gun violence and the NRA

Joseph Sakran became a trauma surgeon because he wanted to give gunshot wound victims the same second chance that he got, he said.

U.S. military edge has eroded to ‘a dangerous degree,’ study for Congress finds

Commission evaluating defense strategy warns United States “might struggle to win, or perhaps lose, a war against China or Russia.”

The CIA explored using a ‘truth-serum’ on terrorism detainees after 9/11, newly released report shows

Agency doctors explored whether “drug-based interviews” would make for a less harsh alternative to practices like sleep deprivation, small-space confinement and waterboarding that the CIA employed in the years after 9/11.

Wildlife fled the sky and bees went silent during the 2017 total solar eclipse

Scientists have observed animals during eclipses for centuries, but the 2017 event offered the most sophisticated insights yet.

Nearly three years after ‘execution-style’ killing of family, four charged with murder, police say

A family of four was arrested Tuesday in connection with the killing of eight members of another family in Pike County, Ohio, in 2016, state Attorney General Mike DeWine announced.

As El Chapo trial opens, attorneys offer contrasting portraits of ‘mythological’ drug lord

A Brooklyn courthouse is under heavy security as opening arguments commence for the accused cartel leader.

EPA to consider tougher pollution standards for heavy-duty trucks

“This is a positive step and may be the first thing this EPA has done that will actually reduce air pollution,” said one environmental advocate.
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