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Alabama Supreme Court Orders Halt to Gay Marriages

The Alabama Supreme Court says all of the state's probate judges "are ordered to discontinue the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples."

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Stillborn Twins Found in Nevada Hospital Laundry

Twin stillborn fetuses were accidentally thrown out in a Nevada hospital's dirty laundry, the hospital confirmed Tuesday night.

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Who Needs Bug Spray? Watch a Laser Zap This Mosquito

A Bellevue, Washington company is developing a high tech method of getting rid of mosquitoes and other pests. KING5's Glenn Farley reports.

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Teen Confession in Murder of Teacher Can't Be Used at Trial

A judge found that teen suspect Philip Chism didn't appear to understand his rights and that his mother requested an attorney before the confession.

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Little League Whistleblower Arrested in Chicago

Chris Janes, the man who prompted an investigation into Jackie Robinson West, was arrested Tuesday and charged with disorderly conduct and assault.

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Netanyahu: Nuke Deal 'Paves Iran's Path to the Bomb'

President Obama criticized Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for offering no "viable alternatives" to negotiations with Iran in his speech.

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Baby Bust: Feds Raid California 'Maternity Hotels'

Federal agents in California raided 20 "maternity hotels," where Chinese women allegedly paid $40,000 to $80,000 to give birth in the U.S. for citizenship.

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Civil Rights Bridge Named For Reputed KKK Leader

"They're responsible for too much death and misery," said the Rev. Joseph Lowery, a veteran civil rights leader. "I'm with the kids. Let's change it."

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Ferguson Report Is Ammo in Fight to Fix Court Problems

The U.S. Justice Department focused on Ferguson, Missouri's troubled municipal court system, but the problems are more widespread.

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Majority Backs Congressional Fix If Court Nixes Obamacare Subsidies

Fifty-four percent say that, if the court guts the subsidies, Congress should ensure that people in all states are able to receive the federal aid.

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'American Sniper' Killer Seeks New Trial

No hearing date has been set for Eddie Ray Routh's murder conviction for killing "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.

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Who Are The Tsarnaev Trial Jurors?

The 12 jurors and six alternates must appear in Boston federal court Wednesday morning, when opening statement begin.

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DOJ Finds Pattern of Biased Justice in Ferguson

The U.S. Department of Justice has completed its investigation of Ferguson, Missouri police, finding chronic violations of citizen's civil rights.

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These 911 Operators Log Calls While Walking on Treadmills

"Obviously, you're working, but you feel like you've actually worked out in a sense — you're walking," said dispatcher Katie Fischer.

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Congress Passes Homeland Security Funding Without Fight

Congress has passed legislation that will fund the Department of Homeland Security without touching President Obama's immigration actions

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'Friends Forever': Boy, 4, Reunited With WWII Veteran

Erling Kindem got a big surprise for his 90th birthday — a visit from his 4-year-old former neighbor Emmett Rychner, who moved away last year.

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Man Found Hiding in JetBlue Cockpit at NYC Airport

The JetBlue ground crew found the 26-year-old New Jersey after the flight landed just before 2 a.m. He allegedly said people wanted to "jump" him.

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Rare Goblin Shark Found off Australia

Think "Jaws" was terrifying? Imagine running into the goblin shark, Mitsukurina owstoni, as it patrolled the pitch-black depths of the ocean.

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Obamacare Faces Tough Test in Supreme Court Challenge

The court will hear a challenge this week to the president's signature healthcare policy that could deal it a crippling blow if upheld.

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Weasel Hitches Ride on Woodpecker in Amazing Image

A British photographer walking in an east London park on Monday snapped an incredible sight: a weasel riding on the back of a woodpecker.



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