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The terminal at Denver International Airport was empty Tuesday after a
tornado touched down just east of the airport around 2 p.m. There were
no reports of injuries or damages.
The marriage rate is at its lowest point in more than a century, and the number of marriages across the USA fell more than 5% during the recession. But a new analysis projects that pent-up demand and the large population of marriage-eligible Millennials, ages 18-34, means more will be headed to the altar over the next two years.
A majority of Americans say the person responsible for leaking top-secret documents about U.S. surveillance of phone and Internet records should be criminally prosecuted, a new USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll finds, even as views are closely divided about the wisdom of the programs themselves.
Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores across Long Island and in Virginia were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan and the Philippines, in part by paying them using the stolen Social Security numbers of a child and three dead people while stealing most of their wages.
Syria's raging civil war was set to top the agenda at the Group of Eight
summit in Northern Ireland starting on Monday, with President Barack
Obama trying to get Russia's Vladimir Putin, Syria's most powerful ally,
to help bring Bashar Assad to the negotiating table.
Firefighters fighting the massive wildfires in Colorado got a surprise when fire retardant was dropped on them from the sky.
Theresa Strader has rescued thousands of dogs from puppy mills but after
the Black Forest wildfire destroyed her home, she's forced to live are
her animal rescue.
In a roundtable discussion, a trio of former National Security Agency whistle-blowers tell USA TODAY that Edward Snowden succeeded where they failed.
When the going gets tough, get a robot.
Paula Cooper was 16 when she was sentenced to death for
killing an elderly Bible study teacher.
Slater native Steve Lee understands the hesitation some folks have about
Google Glass. When he saw an early version of the concept, a pair of
augmented reality glasses users could wear to enhance their everyday
lives, he thought it was crazy.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings says as many as 3,500
prospective jurors will be summoned when the case goes to trial.
Gun violence flared over the Father's Day weekend in Chicago. At least seven people died and 30 others wounded in shootings across the city, authorities said.
A Pakistan native has been charged with bilking a wealthy Washington businessman out of $10 million, but it's the flashy way that prosecutors allege Haider Zafar spent the money that's also getting attention.
Police have arrested a man accused of walking into a Catholic church and shooting a man in the back of the head during Mass on Sunday in Ogden.
On Father's Day, President Obama opened up about growing up without really knowing his own father. He also says we need to do more to strengthen families, including gay couples raising children.
Former president George W. Bush is back in Dallas after his private jet had to make an emergency landing Saturday night in Louisville.
A top aide to President Obama said Sunday that U.S. policy in Syria has to be dictated in part by what happened in Iraq.
The Hong Kong government is investigating allegations made by a
whistle-blower that the U.S. National Security Agency hacked into its
Riot police reinforcements arrived in Istanbul on Sunday morning to
help quell demonstrations across the city, as protesters remained
defiant a day after police evicted activists from Gezi Park.
If there's one word we might use to describe modern fatherhood, it would be: busy.
Prosecutors say Geneva Case heard her spouse admit to killing a man two years ago and saw her clean blood out of the man's van and abandon it in Southern Indiana.
An early morning crash involving a bus and a 2001 Honda Civic shut down
Interstate 295 northbound just past Pritchard Road Tuesday morning.
Anthony Zerilli's lawyer says the former Detroit mobster just wants to set the record straight.
A woman in St. Johns County said she was horrified when she saw her neighbors horse stable.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is investigating a meth bust at the
Kings Inn in Arlington in reference to a strong odor coming from one of
The fast lane has become the slow lane according to some Jacksonville drivers, but that may change July 1 thanks to the "Left Lane Law".
Gregory Dunn bought that folder at a Goodwill store on Lenox Avenue for 50 cents. What he found inside sent him on a mission.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.--Tropical Depression Two continues to cooperate with the forecast and head west over Mexico and away from us. Meanwhile a cool front to our north is dropping south toward the First Coast. This will increase t-storms for us starting Wednesday.
Businesses asked not to participate in pub crawl
A man who believed he was going on a first date ended up being robbed and left naked in a cow pasture Friday night.
Kendrick Johnson was a three sport athlete who was found dead this past January in a high school gym inside a gym mat. His death and the circumstances surrounding it has the South Georgia city under a microscope.
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