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Employers giving paid leave will get tax credits in new law


Volunteer taking cat naps raises money for Wisconsin animal shelter


Will Smith's bungee jump: The latest stunt near Grand Canyon


Disney World changes flexible-pricing with new tool


Second woman accuses sexual misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh


CIA director outlines priorities for the agency


Wyoming wildfire near Grand Teton burns more buildings


President's lawyers seek to toss Stormy Daniels' lawsuit


Employers giving paid leave getting tax credits in new law


Pres. Trump: No statehood for Puerto Rico with critics in office


Dallas officer accused of fatally shooting neighbor has been fired


Keystone XL pipeline developer plans to start construction in 2019


Rosenstein to meet Pres. Trump Thursday as job hangs in balance


Auto trade group says new fuel standards won't work


3D gun advocate accused of sex with minor freed on bond


3-D printed gun designer arrested on sexual assault charges involving minor


Russia to send newer, S-300 missile defense systems to Syria


Former co-worker: Wisconsin shooting suspect never smiled


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Louisiana soldier who detonated chemical weapon sentenced to 11 years

The blast set off by 24-year-old Ryan Keith Taylor last year emitted chlorine gas, badly injuring two investigators.

Global warming is overheating and drying out U.S. national parks

Temperatures have gone up in U.S. national parks twice as fast as in the rest of the country. And it's going to get worse, a new study finds.

Federal judge restores grizzly protections, canceling bear hunt

"This case is not about the ethics of hunting, and it is not about solving human- or livestock-grizzly conflicts," the judge wrote.

Dallas Police Department fires officer after manslaughter charges

The dismissal was announced by Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall on Twitter.

Family desperate for answers in missing California mother's disappearance

Lyn Palmer, 71, was last seen on April 20, 2018 leaving her home in Fall River Mills, California to take her stepdaughter's dog on a walk. The dog returned four days later, but Lyn is nowhere to be found.