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Veteran tombstones used for patio were discards from landfill
The rural Missouri homeowner whose patio made from military headstones sparked anger among veterans “used poor judgment,” but did nothing illegal — or malicious — when he scavenged discarded defective... ... more

Greece appoints first female prime minister
ATHENS, Greece ? Greece’s first female prime minister, a top judge, was sworn in Thursday to head a caretaker government ahead of early elections next month in the bailout-dependent country.... ... more

Trump: I swear my hair is real
GREENVILLE, S.C. ? Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says his trademark hairdo is for real. He told 1,800 people in South Carolina Thursday: “It’s my hair … I swear.” The... ... more

Trump?s unconventional campaign lacks fundraiser, pollster or media consultant
Not only is Donald Trump an unconventional candidate, he’s got a campaign operation that turns the conventional wisdom of electoral politics on its head. While Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton... ... more

Two killed in California shooting near Social Security building
SAN FRANCISCO — Two people were killed and two more were wounded on Thursday morning when a gunman opened fire in a parking lot near a US Social Security Administration... ... more

Family of on-air killer: ?Our prayers are with the victims? families?
The family of the gunman who killed two local media members on live television Wednesday morning issued a statement expressing their ?deepest condolences? to the loved ones of the dead.... ... more

Church to limit visitors at Jimmy Carter?s Sunday school
ATLANTA ? The Georgia church where Jimmy Carter teaches Sunday school said it would limit visitors starting this weekend to deal with crowds hoping to see the former US president,... ... more

Jurors begin deliberations in prep school rape trial
CONCORD, N.H. ? Jurors in the trial of a prep school graduate charged with raping a freshman were left to decide Thursday who was more credible: the defendant who said... ... more

FBI warns US art dealers about ISIS selling looted artifacts
The FBI on Wednesday urged art dealers in the United States to be careful when buying antiquities from the Middle East, saying there is evidence collectors have recently been offered... ... more

Tropical Storm Erika soaks Caribbean, headed for US East Coast
MIAMI ? Tropical Storm Erika continued to strengthen as it dumped torrential rainfall on islands in the Eastern Caribbean and appeared to be headed for the US East Coast early next... ... more

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