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NY Woman Sues Cops For Not Arresting Son Before Death


The suit alleged police let 29-year-old Peter Fedden was driven home after drunken crash in July 2013, and that he killed in a wreck later that night.






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One Killed as Suspected DUI Driver Plows Into Crowd


One person was killed and others injured when a suspected drunk driver slammed into pedestrians leaving a holiday church service, police said.






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Death Sentences and Executions at 20-Year Lows


Botched procedures and exonerations are behind the slide, according to the Death Penalty Information Center.
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Botched Lethal Injections See Executions at 20-Year Lows


Botched procedures and exonerations are behind the slide, according to the Death Penalty Information Center.






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'Slap in the Face': Dead Pilots' Families Slam Cuba Swap


The families of pilots fatally shot down by Cuba in 1996 spoke out against the release Wednesday by the U.S. of three Cuban prisoners.






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Three Sex Assaults Reported on Princeton Campus


All three sex assault were reported to authorities at the Ivy League school this past weekend as students prepared to head home for the holidays, said police.






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TV Meteorologist Shot in Station Parking Lot


KCEN employees react to the news that one of their co-workers was shot in front of the building Wednesday morning.






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Cold War to New Thaw: A History of U.S.-Cuban Relations


The U.S. decision to restore diplomatic and economic ties with Cuba follows decades of tense ties that had recently eased between the two nations.






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Investigators, DA Feud Over Holly Bobo Case


The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said it was suspending its investigation into the death of the 20-year-old, after an argument with the DA.






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Military Dad Surprises Son For Christmas


Father returning from military service in South Korea surprises his 6-year-old son at school, arriving in disguise as Santa. Larry Flowers reports.






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U.S.-Cuba Relations Historic Shift Starts with Alan Gross' Return


President Obama announced for the first time in more than 50 years that the U.S. and Cuba are restoring full diplomatic relations.






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California Needs 11 Trillion Gallons to End Drought: NASA


NASA says a team has produced the first-ever estimate of the amount of water necessary to end an episode of drought.






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U.S. Officials Say North Korea Behind Sony Hack Attack


One U.S. Government sources says a link has been found, while Sony announced it was pulling 'The Interview' from theaters.






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California Public Schools Get Creative to Save Arts Programs


State grants and private fundraisers are allowing students to learn things like puppetry, Taiko drumming and expanding imaginations.






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Republican Martha McSally Wins Last Race of 2014 Election


The GOP win means an official end to the midterms and marks the largest Republican majority in the House in 83 years.






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Journalist Richard Hottelet, Famed 'Murrow Boy' Dies at 97


The CBS newsman, considered one of the inventors of broadcast journalism, covered events like the Normandy invasion in 1944.






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'Shmoney Dance' Rapper Arrested in Drugs, Guns Sting


Ackquille Pollard, aka Bobby Shmurda, was taken into custody Wednesday shortly after he left a recording studio near Radio City Music Hall.






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Cuban-Americans in Little Havana React to Obama Policy Shift


The reversal in U.S.-Cuban relations was welcomed by some who say it will allow them to visit their families in Cuba, while others denounced it.






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Cubans Hope Change in U.S.-Cuba Relations is Boost to Economy


Crippled by a longstanding embargo, improved relations could mean U.S. investments, a booming cigar market and freer travel between countries.






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Amid Scrutiny, Uber Says It Will Focus More on Safety


Taxi alternative Uber is responding to public concerns that its drivers are not adequately screened for past criminal convictions.






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