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(NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, Va.) -- Police have identified a couple who were killed in their tent by a tornado that ripped through a packed campground on the eastern shore of Virginia early Thursday, injuring two dozen people.
(TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif.) -- The wife of a Marine who vanished nearly one month ago had suffered a miscarriage a few months before her disappearance, a close friend said. She was pregnant again at the time she was reported missing, according to police.
(OCEAN COUNTY, N.J.) -- A New Jersey woman who hit the $20-million Pick-6 jackpot said she plans to share the winnings with 19 relatives.
(NEW YORK) -- It’s New York City’s ugliest roll call: Abner Louima, Amadou Diallo, Sean Bell, Anthony Baez -- the litany of men of color injured and killed at the hands of New York City cops.
(WASHINGTON) -- Alert passersby in a Philadelphia parking lot may have saved a life this week when they noticed an infant trapped in the heat of a locked car. The Good Samaritans, seen on cellphone video, called first responders who rescued the child, and took its parent into custody.
(LOS ANGELES) -- At a campaign-style event in Los Angeles, President Obama delivered an unusually blistering indictment Thursday of American businesses that have reincorporated overseas to avoid some U.S. taxes -- calling them “corporate deserters” who are “cherry picking the rules.”
(WASHINGTON) -- The House cleared a procedural hurdle on Thursday to set up a showdown between House Speaker John Boehner and President Obama next week.
(WASHINGTON) -- Former Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan is pirouetting into the Rhode Island gubernatorial race. Kwan is featured in a new ad supporting her husband, Clay Pell, in the state’s Democratic primary.
(LOS ANGELES) -- President Obama's basketball game isn't what it used to be, he revealed during a surprise stop for lunch at Canter's Deli in Los Angeles Thursday.
(WASHINGTON) -- Rep. Paul Ryan thinks the federal government should stop its habit of treating poverty as a series of isolated problems and start listening to the “boots on the ground,” local community leaders fighting for different results.