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One of Michael Bloomberg's gun-control groups will begin pressuring Kroger, the nation's largest supermarket operator, to dissuade individuals from openly carrying weapons in its stores.
A Staten Island rally for a man who died in an apparent police chokehold will include protests over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri, as civil-rights leaders begin linking the two deaths
Greek traditions and culture might be changed significantly, as the Dartmouth community awaits recommendations due this fall aimed at addressing campus social life, which is now largely centered on fraternity row.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Sunday he did nothing wrong in trying to oust a Democratic district attorney, an action that led to the Republican governor's indictment Friday for abuse of power.
Two Union Pacific freight trains carrying toxic chemicals collided head-on early Sunday in northeast Arkansas, killing two train crew members and injuring two others.
Keywords: One problem with police departments' body-mounted cameras has been the cost. Expenses can mount in the storage and management of the data they generate.
Some Kentucky Democrats would like Alison Lundergan Grimes to pitch herself more forcefully to voters in her Senate campaign, which so far has been almost entirely a referendum on Sen. Mitch McConnell.