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Convicted jihadist with California ties loses US citizenship

A federal judge has revoked the U.S. citizenship of a man who authorities say ran a communications hub for an Egyptian terrorist group out of his Northern California apartment.

5 killed after house fire breaks out in Queens

Five people — including three children — died in a Queens house fire Sunday.

New York reopens oldest surviving theater in Hudson

New York has renovated the state's oldest surviving theater.

Florida teen dons Black Lives Matter prom dress

A Florida teenager’s prom dress stood out from the rest Friday for its Black Lives Matter message.

Ex-soldier's parole for Louisiana murder yanked at last minute

Louisiana has rescinded a controversial parole granted to an ex-soldier sentenced to 71 years in prison for kidnapping, raping and killing a young woman, but who only served 20 years.

Small earthquake rattles California coast near Santa Barbara

A small earthquake has rattled parts of the Southern California coast.

Judge: Suspect in California school killings fit for trial

A California judge has decided that a defendant is mentally competent to stand trial for killing seven former classmates at a small Christian college in 2012.

Costs mount despite Waco motorcycle gang trials on hold

Costs are mounting for the Central Texas county where a fatal gunfight involving two motorcycle gangs and police led to the indictments of 155 bikers.

Remains of Illinois man killed at Pearl Harbor come home

An Illinois sailor has been laid to rest near the community where he grew up — more than 75 years after he was killed at Pearl Harbor.

Hunt on for missing 5-year-old California boy, father arrested

California cops continued to search Sunday for a missing 5-year-old boy whose father was found unconscious in a park.

Renewed Zika outbreak feared on Texas border

As warmer weather approaches and mosquito seasons takes flight, health professionals are warning that a Zika outbreak in the Rio Grande Valley at the southernmost tip on the Texas border with Mexico is just a matter of time.

Police: Officer shoots knife-wielding man Virginia

Police say an officer in Virginia shot a knife-wielding man who had earlier told dispatchers that he strangled his wife.

Ex-treasure hunter faces more charges over missing coins

A federal judge is warning an ex-treasure hunter that he could face another contempt-of-court charge if he doesn't reveal the location of 500 missing gold coins.

Arkansas firefighter captures moment 4-year-old girl falls out of bus

An Arkansas Volunteer firefighter comes to the rescue after a little girl falls out of the back of a bus. His dash camera, running the entire time.

Anti-Zionist Muslim activist Linda Sarsour to speak at NYC university

A Muslim woman who has referred to “Zionist trolls” and lauded the “courage” of rock-throwing Palestinians will deliver this year’s keynote address at the commencement ceremony of a New York City university.

Navy SEAL charged in child porn, assault cases

A U.S. Navy SEAL raped an unconscious woman in Virginia, kept images of child porn involving sex with animals on his phone and may have filmed his own sexual assault of a sleeping girl, authorities alleged in recently unsealed federal charges.

1st farmer lawsuit on deck against Syngenta over China trade

The first of tens of thousands of U.S. lawsuits is about to go to trial against Swiss agribusiness giant Syngenta over its decision to introduce a genetically engineered corn variety to the U.S. market before China approved it for imports.

California moves _ slowly _ toward resuming executions

California has long been what one expert calls "a symbolic death penalty state" — one of 12 that has a capital punishment law on the books but hasn't executed anyone in more than a decade.

Doctor's arrest brings attention to US female circumcisions

The case against a Michigan doctor accused of circumcising two 7-year-old girls highlights how the practice is alive and well in parts of the Western world where its adherents have migrated and formed communities.

North Carolina civil rights center faces conservative ire

A center founded at the University of North Carolina by a civil rights attorney to help the poor and disenfranchised is the latest institution to come under fire from conservatives seeking to leave their mark on the state's higher education system.

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