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A man with a hammer but not much of a plan got stuck in a basketball hoop at a Seattle park on May Day — occasionally dangling from his foot.
Clinton's unfavorable rating has ticked up six points, and the percentage giving her high marks for being honest has declined 13 points.
Baltimore police say a suspect dropped his gun and it discharged, but no one was injured. Initial reports that the police shot him raised tension in the neighborhood where last week's riot started.
President Barack Obama announced a new-non profit foundation designed to serve as an offshoot of his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative on Monday — a move that signals the type of work the president might become involved in after he leaves the Oval Office.
Megan Smith left a job at Google, one of the most technologically innovative places in the country, to be part of something that has been chronically unimaginative -- the federal government.
Clinton's attorney says she is "ready and willing" to testify publicly as soon as the week of May 18.
R&B crooner Chris Brown was summoned Monday by Las Vegas police after an alleged fight during a pickup basketball game.
"We have never before encountered what we saw in parts of St. Louis County," the study author found.
Katrina Pierson, a participant in the event, said there was "no panic, no chaos," even as police stormed the building.
A school security guard was injured when the two gunmen opened fire on Sunday night at the inaugural Muhammad Art Exhibit.
The Obama administration's plan to reduce carbon dioxide from power plants will save about 3,500 lives a year, according to an independent study.
Police confirmed that four people, including a gunman, were killed after the suspect opened fire in Menasha, Wisconsin.
The NYPD officer who was shot in the head while sitting in an unmarked patrol car in Queens over the weekend has died.
The first espresso machine to go into orbit is now fully armed and operational aboard the International Space Station.
The amount was more than 10 times what's normally seized in a full year in Berlin.
One of the relatives of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev who'd hoped to attend his death penalty trial was turned away at the airport for being uncooperative.
The men face six counts including conspiracy, extortion and soliciting bribes, according to a criminal complaint unsealed in federal court Monday.
A new NBC/WSJ poll finds that 43 percent of Democrats want the party to find a candidate to challenge Hillary Clinton.