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Dallas police announce criminal investigation of Manziel

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is the subject of a criminal investigation regarding a domestic violence complaint, Dallas police announced late on Friday.

Shooting at Tampa strip club leaves one dead, seven injured

One person was killed and seven were injured when a gunman opened fire inside a crowded Florida strip club early on Saturday, police said. | Video

06 Feb 2016

Oregon officer shot dead while serving warrant: police

SEATTLE A police officer was shot and killed on Friday in a small western Oregon city while trying to arrest a man who was wanted on an outstanding warrant, state police said on Saturday.

06 Feb 2016

New York orders probe after radioactive leak at reactor

A nuclear power plant north of New York City has leaked water contaminated with radioactive tritium into the groundwater below the facility, sparking an investigation by state officials, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Saturday.

Nuclear Power 06 Feb 2016

Former Sikorsky president killed in Arizona plane crash

A former president of Sikorsky Aircraft was identified on Saturday as one of two people killed when a vintage military plane crashed in Arizona on Friday, authorities said.

06 Feb 2016

Washington state's prison chief resigns over botched inmate release

SEATTLE The head of Washington state's prison system resigned on Saturday six weeks after his agency said thousands of inmates may have been mistakenly freed early from state custody since 2002, including two men blamed for deaths when they should have been behind bars.

06 Feb 2016

In February, Chicago goes crazy for 'paczki' as donuts go gourmet

CHICAGO Chicagoans this month are less obsessed with badmouthing Mayor Rahm Emanuel or worries about their sports teams, and more focused on finding the perfect “paczki,” a rich, Polish, donut-type dessert that's taking the high-end dessert market by storm.

Oddly Enough 06 Feb 2016

Two New York police officers recovering after stairwell shooting

NEW YORK Two New York City police officers were recovering from gunshot wounds on Friday after a man opened fire on them inside a public housing project before fatally shooting himself, police said. | Video

05 Feb 2016

U.S. judge grants injunction against anti-abortion activists

SAN FRANCISCO A U.S. judge on Friday granted a preliminary injunction stopping the distribution of surreptitious videos taken by anti-abortion activists who alleged Planned Parenthood staff discussed the illegal sale of aborted fetal tissue.

06 Feb 2016

Michigan governor: solve Flint water crisis instead of laying blame

DETROIT Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said on Friday he wants officials to focus on solving problems around lead-contaminated drinking water in the city of Flint instead of laying blame as he said some have been doing.

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