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Cellphone Video Shows Frantic Aftermath of NYPD Ambush

Cellphone video taken across the street from the horrific ambush of two New York police officers shows the frantic aftermath of the deadly shooting.

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Judge: Oklahoma Can Proceed With Lethal Injections

Twenty-one Oklahoma death row inmates had argued that the use of the sedative midazolam would subject them to cruel and unusual punishment.

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Brian Williams: Ditch Screens for Reading and Sleep Better?

A new study says the brightness of backlit electronic tablets disrupts the natural sleep hormone and may keep you awake longer.
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'Put Aside Protests' Until Cops' Funerals, NYC Mayor Says

The mayor spoke at the Police Athletic League charity two days after a gunman killed two officers in their squad car.

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NYC Subway Ads Ask Riders to Stop 'Manspreading'

New York City's subway authority will release public service ads in January asking men to keep their legs in a more modest position on crowded cars.
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Wife Of Murdered NYPD Cop: 'We'll Get Through This'

The wife of one of the NYPD officers killed in an ambush Saturday tearfully expressed her thanks and appreciation to the department and community for their support.
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Power of Prayer: 'Paralyzed' Priest Walks Again

"I think it's a result of prayer," says Father John Murray. "Other people's prayers, and my prayers, without a doubt."
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Nation's Police On Edge After New York Ambush

Police departments nationwide are urging their members to be extra vigilant in response to Saturday's fatal shooting of two New York City officers.

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Justice Dept. to Review Fatal Milwaukee Police Shooting

The Justice Department will review the fatal shooting of a black man by a Milwaukee cop to see if it should pursue a federal civil rights prosecution.
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Congressman to Sony: Screen 'The Interview' at U.S. Capitol

A congressman invited Sony Pictures to screen "The Interview" at the Capitol, saying lawmakers need to see the film that "everyone is talking about."
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Shot Texas Weatherman: I Don't Know Gunman

The Texas weatherman shot near the TV studio where he works said he didn't know his attacker and that he's been in "a lot of pain? since the attack.

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Arizona Scraps Drug Cocktail After Two-Hour Execution

Witnesses said Joseph Wood gasped for breath during the July lethal injection using a combination never tried before in Arizona.

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Orangutan Has Human Right to Freedom: Argentine Court

An orangutan held in an Argentine zoo can be freed and transferred to a sanctuary after a court recognized the ape as a "non-human person" unlawfully deprived of its freedom.
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Weird Science: Are More Siberian Black Holes Ahead?

In the world of weird science, 2014 was the year of zero-G gecko sex, laser-guided sea monkeys ... and the black holes of Siberia.

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U.S. Let Cuban Prisoner Send Sperm to His Wife

Gerardo Hernandez's wife was artificially inseminated and is due to give birth in two weeks.

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Meet the Man Who Spent $60,000 on Christmas

That's a lot of Christmas.
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Rep. Michael Grimm Expected to Plead Guilty to Tax Fraud

Grimm, a Republican who represents Staten Island, was elected to a third term in November.

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DREAMers Issued Licenses for First Time in Arizona

A District Judge on Thursday issued an injunction barring Arizona from upholding Gov. Jan Brewer's policy of denying licenses to young immigrants.

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And Another One: BMW Expands Air Bag Recall

The decision affects 140,000 BMW 3 Series cars made between January 2004 and August 2006.

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Raspy-Voiced Rocker Joe Cocker Dies at 70

The British-born singer was best known for hits like "You Are So Beautiful" and "Up Where We Belong."



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