MIAMI (AP) — More than 190 criminal and civil actions have been brought across the country over the past two years to combat the rising problem of timeshare retail fraud involving shady telemarketing operations, federal and state officials
The Iowa Board of Social Work is accusing a Geneva social worker of falsifying patient visits.
ROBBINSDALE, Minn. (AP) — Hennepin County is seeing a dramatic rise in heroin deaths and emergency room admissions for overdoses.
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BOSTON (AP) — Federal transportation regulators ordered a discount bus service between Boston and New York to shut down Thursday, saying its vehicles and drivers were a threat to public safety and that it once dispatched a bus
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — With fresh momentum from the capture of a strategic town in western Syria, President Bashar Assad’s forces have turned their sights to driving rebel fighters from the country’s densely populated heartland, including the cities
HOUSTON (AP) — An ex-Houston police officer has told jurors he used physical force against a black teenage burglary suspect only because he thought the teen might have a gun.
Drew Ryser testified in his Houston trial Thursday
HAM LAKE, Minn. (AP) — Authorities have released the names of two people killed in a fiery crash in Ham Lake.
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MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Military commanders promised a tour of this northeast Nigeria city, the birthplace of the nation’s Islamic extremist insurgency, to show the busy streets and people selling fruits from wheelbarrows pressed right up against the
NEW YORK (AP) — On a radio show they hosted called “The Pursuit of Happiness,” John Littig and Lynne Rosen urged listeners to embrace spontaneity.
“So much about life is about impulse,” Littig said on a broadcast this
NEW YORK (AP) — Authorities say a New York City couple who hosted a self-help radio show called “The Pursuit of Happiness” have taken their own lives.
A medical examiner spokeswoman said Thursday that autopsies found that John