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Judge blocks Texas troopers from stopping migrant transports

A federal judge has ordered Texas to not allow state troopers to stop vehicles suspected of carrying migrants on the grounds that they may spread COVID-19.

Missouri governor pardons gun-waving St. Louis lawyer couple

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has made good on his promise to pardon a couple who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators as they marched past the couples home last year.

Spirit cancels half its flights; American also struggling

Its another difficult travel day for passengers booked on Spirit Airlines

Report: Deadly Crash Began When Tractor-trailer Hit Vehicles

A crash that killed 10 people including nine children on a rainslicked Alabama interstate happened after a tractortrailer truck slammed into vehicles that...

Man stomped by police glad for bodycam, honest officer

A South Carolina man who was stomped in the head last week by a police officer says he is thankful for body camera footage

US Will Review Oil And Gas Leasing Program In Alaska Refuge

The Bureau of Land Management is moving ahead with a new environmental review of oil and gas leasing in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge after the...

Dodgers fans finally get to let the Astros know how they feel

Dodgers fans at sounded off at Dodger Stadium on the Houston Astros cheating scandal during the game on Tuesday.

Titanic Museum ice wall collapse injures three in Tennessee

A wall of ice at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Tennessee collapsed and injured three guests, the museums owners said.

Matthew Stafford's thumb is fine, returns to Rams' practice

X-rays on Matthew Stafford's injured thumb are negative, and the quarterback returns to Rams practice Tuesday.

UN chief: Threat to global peace from Islamic State rising

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says in a new report that the threat to international peace and security from the Islamic State extremist group is rising