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Local business reacts to bill making Daylight Saving Time permanent


Officer says Miranda failure during Rivera interrogation was honest mistake


Attorney: Iowa City man accused of killing wife will plead not guilty


Chicago records second cold-related death of season


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Iowa man pleads guilty to making bomb threats against President Trump


Section of River Drive closed in Davenport; crews removing medians


Agent: Mollie Tibbetts would have been found without confession


15-year-old expelled after lunchroom assault at Davenport West High School


US budget deficit surges to $134.5 billion in October


Volunteers needed for live nativity during Fulton Christmas Walk


Court rejects Trump’s appeal in fight over financial records


Video shows teenage quadruple amputee wrestled to ground by Ariz. deputy


Clinton man sentenced to 10+ years for child pornography


Supporters rally on behalf of Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed


Georgia set to execute man for store clerk’s killing in 1994


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Muslim woman says Denver arena worker told her to remove hijab, refused to let her enter

Gazella Bensreiti said the Pepsi Center employee told her to "take that thing off" and said she could not come in until she removed her hijab.

College admissions scandal: California exec gets longest sentence yet

Toby MacFarlane, 56, was sentenced to six months in prison for paying bribes to get two children admitted to the University of Southern California.

Appeals court rejects Trump effort to shield taxes

The decision means that unless the president appeals to the Supreme Court and wins, his accountants must turn over years of records to House investigators.

American teacher found strangled to death at her home in Dominican Republic

Patricia Ann Anton, 63, was found dead in her apartment with her hands and feet tied, Dominican Republic National Police said.

Does heading soccer balls hurt women's brains? U.S. soccer stars take part in new study

A Boston University researcher wants to know if female soccer players are at risk for CTE, a brain disease that has been found in football players.