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(ATLANTA) --Two F-16 fighter jets were scrambled on Saturday to escort two airliners enroute to Hartsfeld-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta for a possible bomb threat, NORAD said.
(FOXBOROUGH, Mass.) -- New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said on Saturday taht "climatic conditions" may have been to blame for the footballs that were under-inflated Sunday for the AFC Championship game, and said the team had not tried to tamper with them.
(AMES, Iowa) -- Iowa State students are being alerted about two recent reports of sexual assaults on campus.
(NEW YORK) -- A New York City man accused of shooting two of his daughters, his girlfriend, and her mother as they slept - killing three of them - was found dead hours later.
(HOUSTON) -- Two paramedics on a flight from Southern California to Houston saved the life of a fellow passenger whose heart had stopped beating.
(DES MOINES, Iowa) -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, the first big 2016 name to take the stage at the Iowa Freedom Summit, got a rousing reception on Saturday from the conservative activists gathered and promised to "be back many more times in the future."
(DES MOINES, Iowa) -- Donald Trump arrived at a high-profile GOP gathering in Iowa to train his fire on his fellow Republicans, telling the audience that neither Mitt Romney nor Jeb Bush can win the presidential nomination.
(NEW DELHI) -- U.S. and Indian security agencies and intelligence services are mounting an unprecedented operation to keep President Obama safe on foreign soil as he arrives in India for a historic visit as “chief guest” of Republic Day.
(WASHINGTON) -- Citing a “long-standing practice” that precludes American presidents from meeting with heads of state on the eve of their elections, the White House announced this week President Obama has declined to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he comes to Washington in March to advocate for new sanctions against Iran.
(WASHINGTON) -- In his weekly address, President Obama repeated calls for some of the programs he spoke of in his State of the Union address on Tuesday, such paid leave, greater access to child care, and two free years of community college.