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Terror connection not ruled out in ax attack, police say
Terrorism is not being ruled out in Thursday’s hatchet attack on New York City police officers.
Michelle Obama apparently mixes up Colorado Senate candidates at campaign event
Obama spoke in Denver Thursday as part of a campaign event for Udall, who is engaged in a heated battle with his Republican opponent Rep. Cory Gardner.
Ebola fear an epidemic in US, official says
The fourth Ebola case in the U.S. was confirmed Thursday as Dr. Craig Spencer was diagnosed with the disease after preliminary tests at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.
‘My house is not for sale’: Indiana residents fight city’s home-seizure plan
Indiana residents are fighting to save their homes as their local government weighs a sweeping plan to demolish them to make way for new development, in a case critics are calling a “poster child” for the abuse of so-called eminent domain powers.
Halle Berry launching a lingerie line
What's in a bra? Femininity, sexiness and self-empowerment, says Halle Berry, who is launching a lingerie line she says will do it all.
‘Honey Boo Boo’ in limbo after sex offender report
The future of TLC’s hit reality series “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” is up in the air after reports surfaced that June Shannon, aka “Mama June,” is dating a convicted sex offender who served time for child molestation.
Decorated soldier from 'Black Hawk Down' battle in Somalia dies at 52
A decorated soldier who participated in the Somalia battle immortalized by Hollywood blockbuster “Black Hawk Down” was reportedly found dead in his Georgia home earlier this month.
Union demands send Japanese firm, jobs packing from California town
The California city of Palmdale was ready to roll out the red carpet when a Japanese company agreed to build a $60 million factory on a city-owned, vacant parcel on the southwest side of town, but now the company is taking its project out of state and critics say union greed is to blame. 
Jason Aldean's new album features 'honest' tunes
Jason Aldean revealed a new sound when he released 'Burnin' It Down' from his new album, and in a recent interview, the singer explains why the album release "formula" was different -- and necessary -- this time around.
Guide goes on a racist rant to tourists on a San Francisco Chinatown bus
This is one way to kill a career as a tour guide.
Alison Sweeney says goodbye to 'Days of Our Lives'
Grab a hanky, or 12. Soap superstar Alison Sweeney checks out of NBC's Days of Our Lives next week, nearly 22 years after she joined the show as stormy conniver Sami Brady.
Marty McFly’s hoverboard is finally real, and it’s on Kickstarter right now
Using an array of powerful electromagnets, the Hendo Hoverboard can levitate over practically any non-magnetic metal surface and provide a friction-free ride for the user. 
Kansas City lingerie shopowners in a twist after Homeland Security's panty raid
When two burly men walked into a Missouri women's underwear store Tuesday, the owners didn't think much of it -- until the pair flashed their Homeland Security badges and confiscated several dozen panties bearing the initials "KC" in honor of the Kansas City Royals.
Judge dismisses Tea Party group's lawsuit against IRS over targeting
Judge Reggie B. Walton said that the case was no longer relevant since the IRS eventually approved the tax-exempt status for the group in question, Texas-based True the Vote. 
'Duck Dynasty's' John Luke Robertson and fiancée: God guides our relationship
"Duck Dynasty's" John Luke Robertson tells FOX411 how Jesus helped him find true love.
Missouri police preparing for grand jury decision
Missouri police have been brushing up on constitutional rights and stocking up on riot gear to prepare for a grand jury's decision about whether to charge a white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old in suburban St. Louis.
Scary-good new car deals for Halloween
With the 2015 model year now well underway, there are some scary-good new-car deals available on some very decent leftover 2014s.
Police repeatedly mistake Pennsylvania man for suspected cop killer Eric Frein
Friends and strangers are rallying to help a man whom police have repeatedly mistaken for Eric Frein, the alleged cop killer and survivalist still on the loose in northeastern Pennsylvania.
GOP Takeover Panic: Why the left fears ‘insane’ Republicans running the Senate
For the GOP to control both houses of Congress for the last two years of the Obama presidency would indeed be kind of a big deal, but not as earth-shattering as some prognosticators believe.
1st Ebola case in W. African nation of Mali
Mali reported its first case of Ebola late Thursday, marking a major setback for West African efforts to contain the deadly virus that now has affected six countries in the region and left nearly 5,000 dead.
 
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