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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The former Navy SEAL who says he fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden was arrested Friday on a drunken driving charge after police found him asleep in a car parked at a convenience store in his Montana hometown. Customers at the store in Butte called...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Syrian government has released an American citizen who was captured and detained after entering the war-wracked country about four years ago, the State Department said Friday. Spokesman Mark Toner declined to identify the American due to privacy...
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana authorities have filed drunken driving charges against the former Navy SEAL who says he fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden. Butte-Silver Bow County Undersheriff George Skuletich says officers found Robert O'Neill asleep early Friday in a...
DALLAS (AP) — An airman shot his commander in an apparent murder-suicide Friday at a U.S. Air Force base in San Antonio, a senior U.S. official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to publicly discuss the shooting at Joint Base San...
ATLANTA (AP) — Joe Patten, affectionately known as the "Phantom of the Fox," spent much of his life restoring, preserving and living in Atlanta's fabulous Fox Theatre — twice saving the historic landmark from fire and demolition. Patten died at a hospital age 89 on Thursday,...
ATLANTA (AP) — Joe Patten, affectionately known as the "Phantom of the Fox," spent much of his life restoring, preserving and living in Atlanta's fabulous Fox Theatre — twice saving the historic landmark from fire and demolition. Patten died at a hospital age 89 on Thursday,...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The fatal shooting of two people at an Air Force base in Texas appears to be a murder-suicide, authorities said Friday. Two bodies were found inside a room of a building at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Bexar County sheriff's spokesman James Keith said. It'...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The cost of mailing a letter is going down. Beginning Sunday, the price of a first-class stamp drops two cents, to 47 cents. The reduction is the result of an expiring surcharge that had been put in place in January 2014 to help the beleaguered Postal Service...
BOSTON (AP) — Once a rarity on campuses, semi-automatic rifles are becoming a standard part of the arsenal for college security forces — firepower they say could make a difference the next time a gunman goes on a rampage. The weapons are rarely seen in public and often kept...