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Guns OK in post office parking lots, federal judge rules

Citizens can legally carry firearms in post office parking lots, a federal judge has ruled. The case stems from a lawsuit filed by Tab Bonidy, a resident of rural Avon, Colorado, who was prohibited by U.S.

U.S. House approves farm bill without food stamp aid

The U.S. House approved revised legislation on Thursday to overhaul the nation's farm programs -- one that doesn't include an extension of food stamps.

Stolen NFL, college championship rings among items recovered in search of BR home

Three people were arrested during the execution of a search warrant yesterday. Among the items seized were 4 football championship rings, including three from LSU and one from the NFL.

VIDEO: Daughter lifts Jeep off dad

Adam Simmons was working on the brakes of his daughter's Jeep Liberty in the driveway of their Plymouth home when suddenly the jacks gave, the car buckled and the rotor landed on Simmons' right leg.

Keeping chivalry alive in India: Men respond to rape crisis

Many female travelers are scrubbing India off their destination lists after the horrific gang rape and murder of a Delhi student in December 2012. According to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India, 35% less women visited India

Bieber calls Clinton after using the F-word

Justin Bieber reportedly called and apologized to former President Bill Clinton after a recently-emerged video showed the artist spraying cleaner fluid on a photo of the former president and saying "F*** Bill Clinton." Bieber tweeted about the con

House GOP uncertain over immigration reform

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Immigration reform moves to a crucial new arena on Wednesday when Republicans who make up the majority in the U.S. House meet to discuss their version of legislation that already passed the Democratic-led Senate.

Rep. Gohmert: Obama intolerant of Christian service members

A Republican congressman has accused President Barack Obama discriminating against Christians for his objections to a legal measure that would make more room in the military for religious "actions and speech." In effect, a proposed amendment to th

100 years ago, Death Valley set a scorching record -- 134 degrees

The next time you're sweating and complaining that this summer is just too hot, consider this fun fact in weather world history: Exactly 100 years ago Wednesday, Death Valley National Park set the hottest temperature ever recorded in the world -- 134

Defense team says Holmes committed Colorado theater shooting

James Holmes was in "the throes of a psychotic episode when he committed acts that resulted in the tragic loss of life" at a Colorado movie theater a year ago, his attorneys said in a court filing.