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Congresswoman Kaptur set to break record, becoming longest serving woman in U.S. House


UPDATE: Russia probe snags GOP, Democratic interests


UPDATE - WH Chief of Staff Kelly 'disgusted' by politicized military deaths


Hearing aids will soon be offered over the counter


Tillerson: Trump, Putin talked 2016 election


President Trump's Twitter war continues


Former FBI Director Comey testifies to Senate Intelligence Committee


Trump expected to leave climate deal but with ‘caveats’


County Commissioners support BLM public land lease sales


Robot revolution: Is your job at risk?


President Trump defends sharing terrorism 'facts' with Russians


Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders about to take Spicer's job?


Senators take aim at drug-laced candies


Protesters speak out on BLM's venting, flaring rule


Pence: US won't rest until N. Korea gives up nuclear weapons


Trump: "We're not getting along with Russia"


Spicer apologizes for Holocaust comments


Western Slope to have as much weight as Front Range in elections


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Can the 'Mad Russian' cure your addiction?

Overcoming an addiction is challenging. But a Massachusetts man claims he can manipulate energy with his hands to stop pain and drug or alcohol addiction on the spot.

Meijer pharmacist denies woman miscarriage meds citing religion

The ACLU has filed a complaint asking Meijer to change the store's policies.

Woman charged with murder after toddler found partially buried in park

Nyishia Corbitt, 33, had been watching 22-month-old Alina Barnes for several weeks, police said.

State rests, defense underway in South Carolina kidnapping trial in Heather Elvis case

Tammy Moorer is charged with kidnapping 20-year-old Heather Elvis of Myrtle Beach, who vanished in the early morning hours of December 18, 2013.

Woman seen in video abandoning toddler on doorstep of Texas home

A man claiming to be the child's father said the woman dropped the boy off at a neighbor's house instead of his.