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Police: Possible gang tie in San Francisco suitcase remainsPolice looking at possible organized crime or gang connection in San Francisco luggage remains
The Associated Press43 minutes ago
FILE - This file photo provided Friday, April 19, 2013 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The process of finding "death qualified" jurors has slowed down jury selection in federal case against Tsarnaev, who is charged with setting off two bombs that killed three people and injured more than 260 during the 2013 marathon. (AP Photo/FBI, File)
Things to know about the Boston Marathon bombing trialThings to know about the Boston Marathon bombing trial as jury selection continues
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
Los Angeles female-only mosque may be first in USLos Angeles female-only mosque may be first in US; aims to empower women
The Associated Press53 minutes ago
FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2014 file photo, the Takata building, an automotive parts supplier in Auburn Hills, Mich. is seen on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. The company is the North American subsidiary of the Japanese based Takata Corporation, which supplies seat belts and airbags for the automotive industry. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced today that more than 2 million Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for faulty air bags that may inflate while the car is running.  The agency says about 1 million Toyota and Honda vehicles involved in the new recalls are also subject to a separate recall related to defective Takata air bags that could deploy and rupture with enough force to cause injury or death.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
More than 2M vehicles recalled 2nd time for faulty air bagsMore than 2M Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles recalled for faulty air bags a 2nd time
The Associated Press57 minutes ago
FILE - In this Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014 file photo police officers turn their backs as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks at the funeral of New York city police officer Rafael Ramos in the Glendale section of Queens in New York. Mayor Bill de Blasio declares he has moved past the crisis with police that threatened to derail his administration. He says in an interview with The Associated Press that he was able to pull off the feat sticking to a strategy to maintain the moral high ground and avoid confrontation with police unions. At the same time, public opinion turned against police for their behavior in the feud, including turning their backs on the mayor. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
AP Interview: NYC mayor says he has moved past police crisisAP Interview: New York City Mayor de Blasio says he has moved beyond crisis with police unions
The Associated Press1 hour ago

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