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Widow of slain federal wildlife refuge occupier plans to sueOregon police and two FBI agents could face a lawsuit from the widow of an Arizona rancher who took part in the Malheur Wildlife Refuge occupation and was killed in a confrontation with authorities
The Associated Press1 hour ago
This image provided by the Chicago Police Department shows Derren Sorrells. Chicago police said Derren and his brother Darwin Sorrells Jr. have been charged Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Nykea Aldridge, the cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade, as she was walking to register her children for school. (Chicago Police Department via AP)
2 Chicago men charged in shooting of NBA star Wade's cousinChicago police say two brothers have been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of the cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Boston police rolling out body-worn camerasBoston police are set to launch a body camera program after months of resistance from rank-and-file officers
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - In this June 22, 2014, file photo, Charles Osgood arrives at the Daytime Emmy Awards Afterparty at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif. Osgood, who has said "good morning" to his audience every Sunday, will say "goodbye" as host of "CBS News Sunday Morning." He announced his Sept. 25, 2016, departure on the Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016, edition. (Photo by Katy Winn/Invision/AP, File)
CBS' Charles Osgood to end 22 years as 'Sunday Morning' hostCharles Osgood, who has said "good morning" to his audience every Sunday for 22 years, will say "goodbye" as host of "CBS News Sunday Morning" in September
The Associated Press2 hours ago
In this Aug. 3, 2016 photo, a herd of bison grazes in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park. Bison can appear docile to park visitors but have been known to gore tourists who get too close for photographs. Record visitor numbers at the nation's first national park have transformed its annual summer rush into a sometimes dangerous frenzy, with selfie-taking tourists routinely breaking park rules and getting too close to Yellowstone's storied elk herds, grizzly bears, wolves and bison.  (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)
Visitor misbehavior abounds as US parks agency turns 100Major national parks are grappling with wildlife harassment, illegal camping, vandalism, theft of resources and other visitor misbehavior as the National Park Service marks its 100th anniversary
The Associated Press3 hours ago

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