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Judge Strikes Down Montana's Gay Marriage Ban


A federal judge found the state's gay marriage ban violates the rights of same-sex couples, in the latest decision allowing same-sex marriage.






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Michael Brown's Father Calls for Calm


The father of Michael Brown is urging supporters to work toward “positive change” as a grand jury mulls charging a police officer in the teen's death.
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The Royal Dress Code for the Washington Press Corps


New memos about appropriate attire are out in advance of William and Kate’s New York and Washington visit in early December.






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Global Obesity Costs Top $2 Trillion, TGI Fridays Holiday Drone


A new McKinsey study says the cost of obesity is now as much as the cost of smoking, while the restaurant chain TGI Fridays ties a mistletoe to a drone.






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Some of the Best-selling Minivans Fail Crucial Crash Tests


The Nissan Quest, Chrysler Town & Country, and Dodge Caravan all received poor ratings in a test designed to simulate a common collision type.






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Shooting at Florida State University Injures Three


Police say 31-year-old Myron May, a FSU alum, shot two students and one employee Thursday and was suffering a mental crisis.






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Victim in Florida Gang Rape Recorded Part of Attack: Cops


A 16-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted by six male schoolmates in central Florida was able to record part of the attack on her iPod, cops say.






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Snow Emergency in Buffalo Cuts Off Entire Neighborhoods


Nearly 135 miles of thruway are closed, travel is banned in some areas and snow-covered roofs are now at risk of collapse.
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Man Charged in Wife's Death Planned Fatal Hike


Harold Henthorn, accused of pushing his wife to her death in Rocky Mountain National Park, allegedly had a map with an 'X' marked near the fall.






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Caught On Cam: Thieves Steal Snow Plow


Thieves nearly run over man as they speed away in stolen snow plow. WOWT's John Chapman reports.






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Man Arrested Near White House Said Obama Called Him


The man arrested near the White House, allegedly with a rifle and knife in his car, was officially arraigned in court Thursday.






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Victim in Florida Gang Assault Recorded Part of Attack: Cops


A 16-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted by six male schoolmates in central Florida was able to record part of the attack on her iPod, cops say.






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U.S. Sends Five Guantanamo Detainees to Europe


The transfers bring the number of detainees at the U.S. prison camps in Cuba down to 143 from a onetime high of almost 800.






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California Sees 'Abysmal Start' to Its Water Year


It's the time of the year when Californians can expect the most precipitation, but there's been only light to moderate rainfall since Oct. 1.






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FSU Students Evacuate Library After Campus Shooting


Florida State student Franco Lebolo captured video of several students being let out of the FSU library following a campus shooting.






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Mom, Three Kids Die in Maine Mobile Home Fire


The fire that swept through a mobile home in Caribou, Maine, Thursday is the deadliest fire in modern times in the town of around 8,000.






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A whale of an effort in Nicaragua, blizzard buries Buffalo, Jerusalem mourns slain rabbis, smoke rings in Syria and more.






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FSU Gunman Feared Government Was Targeting Him, Police Say


Myron May, who shot three people before being killed by police, recently returned to Florida to put "troubles" behind him, friends and family said.






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FSU Gunman Was Paranoid of Government, Police Say


Myron May, who shot three people before being killed by police, recently returned to Florida to put "troubles" behind him, friends and family said.






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