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VIDEO: 4 Okla. inmates escape through shower
Four inmates made a clean getaway from an Anadarko, Okla., jail Sunday after prying open a maintenance hatch in their shower.
VIDEO: Obama speaks on fixing immigration system
President Barack Obama speaks at the White House about the need for Immigration Reform and how it would benefit the U.S. economy.
Teen's family presses for inquest into his death
A Georgia sheriff and state medical examiner determined that Kendrick Johnson's death at Lowndes High School in January was accidental. His parents don't believe that and want a judge to force a coroner's inquest into the death.
Student charged in high school teacher's murder
Clases were cancelled today in Danvers, Mass., where authorities say a 24-year-old math teacher was killed Tuesday. A 14-year-old student is charged in her murder.
Indiana man on trial for first of three murders
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for William Clyde Gibson III, whom they say sexually assaulted Christine Whitis before murdering her and mutilating her body in April 2012. He is separately charged in the murders of Stephanie Kirk, who disappeared in March 2012, and Karen Hodella, who went missing a decade earlier.
Cruz remains unapologetic as senior Republicans criticize shutdown
Sen. Ted Cruz, the Texas Republican who was among the architects of the 16-day partial federal government shutdown, remained unrepentant as senior members of his party criticized his tactics in fighting President Obama's health care reform.
20 riders rescued from atop roller coaster
A ride on Conneaut Lake Park's famed Blue Streak normally takes two minutes and 20 seconds, but on Saturday night, 20 people were stuck on the roller coaster for nearly five hours.
VIDEO: Two killers leave prison with forged documents
Florida authorities are searching for two convicted killers who left a prison in the Florida panhandle with forged documents.
VIDEO: Congress votes to reopen government
The Federal government is set to reopen after the Republican-controlled House voted 285-144 to fund the government and extend the debt ceiling. The Senate had already approved the measure, 81-18.
Jury awards $50,000 to high school bullying victim
A jury has awarded the victim of extreme bullying $50,000, holding her high school liable for its response when digitally-altered and sexually suggestive photos of her circulated among students five years ago.
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