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Ohio man plotted attack on U.S. Capitol, FBI says

The FBI has arrested an Ohio man who was allegedly plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol, according to a law enforcement official and a complaint filed in Ohio.

Bartender accused of plot to poison House Speaker John Boehner

An Ohio man says he served drinks to House Speaker John Boehner for years and he told police that's how he was planning to kill the lawmaker.

House votes to repeal Obama immigration actions

The House approved an all-or-nothing measure that ties Homeland Security funding to the undoing of President Barack Obama's immigration moves -- setting the stage for a clash with the new Republican-led Senate.

Astronauts relocate after space station alarm

A possible leak in the cooling system on the International Space Station has resulted in the evacuation of the U.S. crew from the American segment of the station to the Russian segment, NASA said Wednesday. The U.S.

Astronauts relocate after space station alarm

A possible leak in the cooling system on the International Space Station has resulted in the evacuation of the U.S. crew from the American segment of the station to the Russian segment, NASA said Wednesday. The U.S.

Why Facebook parenting can backfire

Just about every day on Facebook, I see posts by parents asking for advice related to their children. Granted many of my friends are parents, but I imagine you see similar posts when you log on as well.

Georgia executes Vietnam veteran who killed a sheriff's deputy

Andrew Brannan, a decorated Vietnam War veteran convicted of murdering a 22-year-old sheriff's deputy in 1998, was executed Tuesday, said Gwendolyn Hogan, spokeswoman for the Georgia Department of Corrections.

Feces, drugs and deplorable conditions found inside NM home

Las Cruces Police are investigating a disturbing case of child neglect after learning that an 18-year-old had allegedly abused his 21-year-old girlfriend inside of their home.

You can order Girl Scout cookies online, but there's a catch

Girl Scout cookie fans can finally order their Samoas online, but it looks like the scouts could still learn a thing or two from Amazon. Customers can't just go to the Girl Scouts web site and click the buy button.

Tuskegee Airmen's deaths leave few to carry on 'legacy of inspiration'

The Tuskegee Airmen -- the proud, pioneering group of World War II African-American fighter pilots and service personnel -- lost two more members last week. Clarence Huntley Jr. and Joseph Shambrey both died in Los Angeles on January 5.