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BART may have to spend up to $200M to replace turnstiles in attempt to curb fare cheaters

A widespread fare evasion problem costing the Bay Area Rapid Transit system tens of millions of dollars each year may end up requiring the agency to spend even more money to stem the tide of 22,000 people who jump the turnstiles each day.

Mollie Tibbetts, missing Iowa student, found dead, her father says

The body of missing college student Mollie Tibbetts was found Tuesday, her father and two sources told Fox News, bringing an end to an intensive search that lasted more than a month and captured national headlines.

Counterprotester who used flamethrower during Charlottesville rally appeals conviction

A black counterprotester is appealing his conviction for using an improvised flamethrower during the 2017 white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Kayaker, 24, tied large rock to her ankles with extension cord to drown herself, officials say

A 24-year-old kayaker who vanished during a family camping trip in Georgia had tied a rock to her ankles with an extension cord in an apparent intentional drowning, police said on Monday.

Texas officer accused of sexually assaulting 4-year-old girl dies of apparent suicide in prison

A Texas deputy who was accused of sexually assaulting a young girl whose mother is undocumented has died of an apparent suicide while in prison, authorities have said.

Top UNC leaders condemn Confederate statue toppling

The controversial "Silent Sam" statue on the campus of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has been toppled by protesters.

Bernie Sanders supporter protesting right-wing rally with American flag beaten up by Antifa, video shows

A registered Democrat and Bernie Sanders supporter protesting a right-wing rally in Oregon earlier this month says he was viciously beaten by militant members of his own movement because he possessed a "fascist symbol" -- an American flag.

1959 racial slaying of Mississippi teen could get fresh look

Eberlene King remembers her 15-year-old brother as he lay dying, after white teenagers cruised through their black neighborhood in a pickup on Halloween night 1959 and shot him in the face.

Prosecutor's death penalty stance offends Vatican official

A Vatican official has encouraged an Ohio prosecutor to go to confession after defying the Catholic Church's new policy that the death penalty is never acceptable.

Arkansas toddlers survive alone without food or water for days after car wreck kills mother

Police are saying it’s a “miracle” that two young boys were able to survive for days in the Arkansas heat – without food or water – after their mother was killed in a car wreck.

Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing teen boys has disappeared, church says

A Catholic priest in Dallas who has been accused of molesting young boys and stealing from the parish has disappeared, church officials have said.

Mollie Tibbetts, University of Iowa student, found dead: A timeline of events

The search for missing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts has entered its third week, as investigators comb through evidence and tips related to the 20-year-old Iowa resident's disappearance.

Chicago pit bull takes a bite out of crime epidemic, officials say

A pit bull took a literal bite out of crime in Chicago on Friday when the dog's owner unleashed the canine on an armed man trying to rob someone in a gated community, officials said.

The Latest: UNC leaders condemn Confederate statue toppling

The Latest on the toppling of a Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (all times local): 10:55 The top officials of the University of North Carolina system say the toppling of a Confederate statue on the Chapel Hill campus was "unacceptable, dangerous and incomprehensible."

Pentagon identifies US soldier killed in Iraq

The Pentagon has identified a U.S. soldier who died of injuries from a helicopter crash in Iraq.

Chicago police chief blames city violence on lenient judges and prosecutors

The superintendent of Chicago's beleaguered police department shifted the blame for the city's gun violence epidemic from the cops to the courts, blaming judges and prosecutors who refuse to jail repeat offenders arrested with illegal firearms.

Fatal shooting reignites 'Stand Your Ground' law debate in Florida

Florida’s stand your ground self-defense law is once again in the spotlight, igniting calls for action by civil rights activists and politicians to abolish the hotly-debated statute for good.

NARAL offers abortion-themed ice cream

A Portland-based ice cream shop partnered with NARAL to create a controversial abortion-inspired ice cream flavor to “save Roe” from President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

Catholic school scrubs bishops' names from campus buildings

A Roman Catholic university in Pennsylvania says it is acting in solidarity with victims of child sexual abuse and is removing the names of three bishops from campus buildings.

UNC calls out protesters' 'unlawful and dangerous' actions after Silent Sam statue taken down

The destruction of a Confederate statue in the heart of North Carolina’s flagship university by hundreds of protesters on Monday night was “unlawful and dangerous,” university leaders said.

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