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2 railroad workers struck, killed on tracks in WashingtonTwo conductors who got out of their freight train to follow up on an alert that there was a problem with one or more of the train's wheels were struck and killed by a passenger train near Washington's Union Station
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Missouri man cleared in 1997 sex case by DNA evidenceA Missouri man who spent nearly two decades in mental hospitals after entering a disputed plea in the 1997 sexual assault of a teenager has been cleared of the crime after retesting of genetic evidence excluded him as a suspect
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The Latest: Suspected Holocaust memorial vandal held on bailThe lawyer for a man charged with throwing a rock through a glass panel at the New England Holocaust Memorial says her client suffers from mental health issues
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Oregon boy, 6, found in car trunk; critically injuredPolice say a 6-year-old was flown to an Oregon hospital in critical condition after his parents discovered him in the trunk of a car on a warm afternoon
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Prosecutors seek to keep charge against Pulse gunman's wifeFederal prosecutors are asking a judge to keep an obstruction charge against the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter
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Samsung investing $380M in South Carolina, creating 950 jobsSamsung is investing $380 million in South Carolina to manufacture home appliances, creating an estimated 950 jobs over the next three years
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Police make arrest in vandalism at Boston Holocaust memorialAn act of vandalism at the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston has been met with sharp condemnation from elected officials and religious groups
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Bail set at $6.4M for surgeon charged with child rapeA judge has set bail at $6.45 million for a Northern California brain surgeon charged with sexually abusing children
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Cop accused of helping gang is arrested after skipping townA New Jersey police officer who skipped out on his trial on charges that he helped gang members in investigations has been arrested in North Carolina
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Man sentenced for money laundering in massive hacking schemeA Pakistani man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for laundering nearly $20 million as part of an international computer and telephone hacking scheme
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Watchdog says former governor's tweet broke federal lawU.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley has been accused of a violating a law limiting government employees' political activity by voicing support for a South Carolina congressional candidate
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FILE - In this June 20, 2017, file photo, Flint, Mich. Mayor Karen Weaver listens to a question during a closed news conference discussing the water source recommendation made for Flint at City Hall. The state of Michigan sued Flint on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, alleging that the city council's refusal to approve a broadly backed deal to buy water long term from a Detroit-area system is endangering public health in the wake of a man-made crisis that left the supply contaminated with lead. The Department of Environmental Quality had threatened legal action if the council did not approve Weaver's recommendation or propose a reasonable alternative by Monday.(Shannon Millard/The Flint Journal-MLive.com via AP, File)
Michigan sues Flint after council refuses to OK water dealThe state of Michigan sued Flint Wednesday, alleging that the City Council's delay in approving a broadly backed recommendation to buy water long term from a Detroit-area system is endangering public health
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