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A Montana judge said he fears he's done a "soul-wrenching injustice" to a man he freed from prison after 27 years, only to see him ordered back behind bars by a higher court.
Americans in coastal areas, particularly on the East and Gulf coasts, will confront challenging questions in the coming years as they determine how to protect millions of people in the face of rising sea levels and more intense storms.
A change in Idahos pediatric immunization program has military families scrambling to figure out where they can get their children vaccinated. The problem is that TRICARE is a federal program and isnt paying into the state vaccination program. For two years, the state purchased the vaccines with federal funds from the Centers for Disease Control, but that money (about $590,000) is no longer available.
Some 350 homeowners in the central New Jersey towns of Sayreville and South River whose properties have flooded repeatedly will be eligible to sell their homes in the first phase of a new federally funded buyback program, Gov. Chris Christie announced Thursday.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington, is competing to operate one of the nation's six new centers for developing and testing unmanned aircraft.
Perhaps the most important thing President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney can do to win the job of president for the next four years it to show they can help other Americans find a job.
A woman who thought her family was being stalked by "demonic presences" killed her two children in a southern Indiana creek before she also drowned, police said Friday.
Captivated jurors in a Cincinnati murder trial watched video Tuesday that prosecutors say shows a dying, paralyzed shooting victim who couldn't speak identifying a photo of his killer by blinking his eyes.
It was just six words, but when President Barack Obama gave a shout-out to global warming in his acceptance speech this month, he reintroduced an issue that had all but disappeared from the political debate.
He was a Russian-speaking truck driver who came to Idaho nearly four years ago to join hundreds of other Uzbekistan refugees for whom the state has become a sanctuary from violence in their home country.