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Federal workers take on odd jobs to make ends meet

Other government workers are driving for Uber, relying on word of mouth and social networks to find handyman work and looking for traditional temp gigs to help pay the bills during the longest shutdown in US history

Suspect's father: 'All I care about' is Jayme's family

The father of a man suspected of kidnapping Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs and killing her parents says he wants to get a note to the Closs family expressing his sympathy

Northern California braces for heavy rain, snow…

Light rain fell in some parts of Northern California Wednesday ahead of a Pacific storm expected to bring heavy rain and strong winds that could unleash mudslides at the site of the deadliest wildfire in state history

School board sues over decision blocking armed staffers

A Virginia county school board is suing the state after the superintendent was denied a designation allowing him to carry guns on school property _ part of a plan to allow armed staffers at schools

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Trump uses ‘exaggeration like a salesman’

People probably did not take the idea of Mexico paying for border wall literally, says 2020 adviser.

President Kenyatta Says Gunmen in Nairobi Attack…

enya’s security forces have killed the Islamic extremist gunmen whose assault on a luxury hotel and shopping complex took 14 “innocent lives,” the country’s president said Wednesday.

Get the Shell Outta Here! Fashionable Tortoise…

Staff at the Bristol Zoo Gardens in the UK have just saved the life of one fashionable tortoise. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

US military says American troops killed in Syria blast

U.S. military says a number of service members have been killed in an explosion while conducting a routine patrol in Syria

ACLU: Government mistakenly wanted to deport US veteran

Lawyers say a U.S.-born Marine veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder was held for three days for possible deportation after pleading guilty to a disturbance at a western Michigan hospital

Gillibrand announces White House run

Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced in Troy, New York Wednesday that she is running for U.S. president. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Man sues police officer who shot him in videotaped incident

A white police officer seen on body camera video shooting a black suspect in the back as he tried to run away is being sued by the teen

Snap to lose chief financial officer, its 2nd in…

Snap Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone plans to leave the camera company

Robert Durst murder trial set for September in…

New York real estate heir Robert Durst has been scheduled to go on trial in late summer on charges of killing a friend in Los Angeles nearly two decades ago

Judge dismisses felony in officer's beating of…

A judge has dismissed a felony charge against a Detroit police corporal in the beating of a naked, combative woman who prosecutors say was having a mental breakdown inside an emergency room triage unit

Cardinal on Sex Abuse Allegations: They Slipped…

Cardinal Donald Wuerl says there's a reason why he hasn't been completely forthcoming about abuse allegations against Theodore McCarrick, the man who held the post before him: He forgot he knew about them, or at least some of them, per the Washington Post . That's the story the DC archbishop—whose...

Kentucky coroner: Wrong-way driver in fatal crash was drunk

A Kentucky official says the wrong-way driver who crashed into a family from Michigan on Interstate 75 killing them as they headed home from vacation had a blood-alcohol content of more than three times the legal limit

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Cameron: I don't regret calling referendum

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron says he backs Theresa May's efforts to secure a Brexit deal with the EU, but insists he does not regret calling the referendum.

Congress prepares to skip planned recess if…

Congress is planning to skip next week's planned recess if the partial government shutdown continues.