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87-year-old felon wants back in Congress

It's Sunday morning at the New Life Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but the man preaching to the choir is no minister.

"My God is not finished with me yet," he tells the congregation.

The man speaking is Edwin W. Edwards -- ex-four-term Louis...

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VA inspector: Waits contributed to deaths

In a stunning reversal, the VA's acting inspector general now says that long wait times at VA health care facilities in Phoenix did contribute to a number of veterans' deaths.

In a hearing before the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Wednesday, Act...

Ron Washington, Texas Rangers manager, July 2013

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Ex-Rangers skipper Washington admits to cheating on wife

Former Texas Rangers manager resigned earlier this month because "I was not true to my wife after 42 years," he said Thursday.

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Hundreds attend slain Penn. trooper's funeral

Hundreds of state troopers and police from throughout the country stood at attention outside a Pennsylvania church Thursday to mourn Cpl. Bryon Dickson amid concerns that a survivalist and war buff suspected of gunning down two troopers may be on the...

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Flyers' D Timonen holds off on retiring

Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen said Thursday that is not retiring, but the chances of playing again appeared "really slim." Many thought the 39-year-old Timonen was going to retire during Thursday's news conference because of ...

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BREAKING: Chicago Cubs to be Silver Hawks' new major league affiliate

The South Bend Silver Hawks are now a Chicago Cubs affiliate!

King Fire, California wildfire

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Arson arrest as 10 wildfires scorch CA

As 10 wildfires raged across California, authorities announced arson allegations Thursday against one man in one of the larger fires, in Eldorado National Forest east of Sacramento, officials said.

Wayne Allen Huntsman, 37, faces one felony count of a...

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NASA tech finds disaster survivors

Each time your heart beats, your entire body moves -- even if you're unconscious and pinned under a pile of rubble.

The vibrations are small, invisible to the human eye, and might just save your life after a major disaster.

Researchers at NASA have d...

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