California Whole Foods guard investigated in beating

Police investigating report that Whole Foods guard in California beat, choked shopper

2nd attack on university-rented property brings concern

Concern for homeless surfaces after 2nd attack on University of Arkansas-rented property

Trump Had a Not-So-Great Radio Interview on Foreign Policy

Donald Trump took a hit in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt when asked a foreign policy question he didn't quite understand.

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Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT

Toyota pouring $50 million into Stanford, MIT research centers to help automate driving

Near LA's Koreatown, pastor tries to lift veil on drug abuse

Near LA's Koreatown, pastor tries to lift veil on drug abuse among young Asian adults

US stocks open lower as investors consider job numbers

US stocks slip in early trading as investors consider the latest employment numbers

Govt. Agencies Get New Regulation on Stingray Phone Monitors

Rights groups welcome the transparency and privacy federal regulations will bring, but say more state-level rules are needed.

Puerto Rican voters prized by Democrats, Republicans

Puerto Rico, now drawing Clinton and Rubio, is seen as a path to Florida victory

The Latest: British leader pledges more help for migrants

The Latest: British leader Cameron says UK plans to accept more Syrians

Appeals court rejects suit by teacher fired over blog

Appeals court rejects suit by Philadelphia-area teacher fired over blog about students

Judge hearing bid to release Detroit drug dealer from prison

Judge holding hearing in bid to ease sentence of Detroit drug trafficker in prison since '80s

With Clerk in Jail, Ky. County Issues Gay Marriage Licenses

James Yates and William Smith, Jr. are the first to be issued a same-sex marriage license after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue them.

Contours of UN climate pact starting to take shape

Contours of UN climate pact starting to take shape 3 month before Paris global warming summit

Germany: 30 apparently suffer amphetamine poisoning

Germany: some 30 people at homeopathic conference suffer apparent amphetamine poisoning

US employers add 173K jobs in August; rate falls to 5.1 pct.

US employers added 173,000 jobs in August; unemployment rate falls to 7-year low of 5.1 pct.

The UK Is Finally Taking in More Syrian Refugees

The United Kingdom is taking in more refugees from Syria, though how many is unconfirmed. Syria's neighbors still host the bulk of refugees.

Conceding defeat, Iran deal opponents at least want a vote

Unable to stop the Iran nuclear deal, opponents at least want a vote on disapproval measure

Jury to decide ex-Vegas firefighter's penalty in wife murder

Parole or not? Jury to decide fate of ex-Las Vegas firefighter in wife murder-for-hire slaying

Jurors to decide fate of man who killed 3 at Jewish sites

Doctor: Man who killed 3 people at Jewish sites in Kansas likely to die within 5 to 6 years

Biden Doesn't Know If He Has the 'Emotional Energy' for 2016

Vice President Joe Biden says he'll only enter the 2016 presidential race if he can make it work for his family.

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Wave of new Windows 10 devices on show at Berlin tech fair

Manufacturers pin hopes on Windows 10 sales boost in declining market for PCs

1st of Tanzanian albino kids with missing limbs goes home

1st of Tanzanian albino witchcraft victims with missing limbs goes home with prosthetic arm

Energy company Emera plans to buy Teco Energy for $6.48B

Canadian energy company Emera will buy US-based Teco Energy for $6.48B, or $27.55 a share

Billionaire's Solution to Migrant Crisis: A Private Island

An Egyptian billionaire wants to buy a Mediterranean island for refugees fleeing to Europe.

Benghazi panel to interview more of Clinton's inner circle

House Benghazi panel to resume interviews with former top aides to Hillary Rodham Clinton

Guatemala ex-president goes to court after night behind bars

Guatemalan ex-president Perez Molina headed to court after night behind bars

Gay rights advocates: Jailed Kentucky clerk is no martyr

Just what gay activists hoped to avoid: Clerk Kim Davis, the new face of Christian persecution