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    Remains found in Texas believed to be missing college student Caleb Harris: Police

    Remains found at wastewater station identified as missing college student Caleb Harris, police said.

    Stegosaurus skeleton, nicknamed ‘Apex,’ sells for record $44.6M at Sotheby’s auction

    A nearly-complete Stegosaurus skeleton, nicknamed "Apex", sold on Wednesday for record $44.6M at a Sotheby's auction in New York.

    United, Delta and American Airlines issue global ground stop on all flights

    United, Delta and American Airlines have asked the FAA for a global ground stop on all flights.

    Hearing in Trump’s Georgia election appeal scheduled for after election

    A state appeals court has scheduled a hearing in Donald Trump's Georgia election interference case for Dec. 5, pushing the case past the November election.

    ‘Major disaster’: AGs urge FEMA to reclassify extreme heat and wildfire smoke

    Leaders called on FEMA officials to "initiate a rulemaking" that would recognize extreme heat and wildfire smoke events as major disasters under the Stafford Act.

    2 killed, 2 hurt including a 2-year-old girl in shooting in DC

    Two were killed and two others -- including a toddler -- were injured in a shooting in broad daylight in Washington, D.C., authorities said.

    New York City councilwoman arrested for allegedly biting officer during protest, police say

    A New York City councilwoman has been arrested for allegedly biting a police officer during a chaotic protest over the construction of a new homeless shelter in Brooklyn

    8-week-old girl dies in hot car, dad arrested

    A dad is facing charges after his 8-week-old daughter died when she was left in a hot car in New Jersey, authorities said.

    Man kills grizzly bear in Montana after it attacks while he is picking berries

    A man picking huckleberries in Montana shot and killed a grizzly bear after it attacked and injured him badly enough that he had to be hospitalized

    Postal worker fatally shot in front of Chicago residence: Officials

    A postal worker was fatally shot in front of a residence in Chicago on Friday, officials said.

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