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NEW YORK (AP) — Eleven years after filing a billion-dollar lawsuit, terrorism victims hope to prove that the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization were behind attacks in Israel between January 2001 and February 2004. Jury selection began Tuesday with U...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A federal appeals court appears concerned that the New York Police Department may have spied on Muslim groups solely because of their religion. The three-judge panel in Philadelphia is reviewing a lawsuit that claims police conducted broad surveillance on...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The transit network in the nation's capital remained hobbled Tuesday morning after an electrical malfunction that filled a busy subway station with smoke, killing one woman and sending dozens of people to hospitals. The National Transportation Safety Board was...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's signature health care law will bring a new twist to tax-filing in 2015, a year in which much else will seem familiar when you're working on your return. "It's been a very quiet season or tax year" in terms of congressional action, says...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Be prepared for the tax man to get even more personal this year — with questions about your health insurance. For the first time, you'll have to state whether you had health insurance, through an employer, one of the exchanges or purchased privately. And if you...
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The Albuquerque Police Department has been roiled by a series of police shootings since 2010, many of them deadly. The controversy reached a peak last year after officers shot and killed a mentally ill homeless man carrying two small knives, resulting in...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hackers supporting Islamic militants took over the Twitter and YouTube accounts of a major U.S. military command Monday, in what the Pentagon called an annoying prank that did not breach military networks or access classified data. The hacker group, calling...
PARIS (AP) — Bulgarian authorities said Tuesday they have arrested a French citizen believed to have links to one of the Kouachi brothers, while in Paris President Francois Hollande led an homage to three slain police officers. Fritz-Joly Joachin, 29, was arrested under two...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats plan to use Senate consideration of the Keystone XL oil pipeline to get Republicans on the record about climate change and to resurrect parts of a bipartisan energy efficiency bill doomed by pipeline politics last year. But Republicans readied...