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Organized primarily through Facebook, hundreds flocked to Central Park to participate in its annual Water Fight on the Great Lawn Saturday afternoon.
Drug addiction and prison time left Ronnie Goodman without a home. Now, sober for more than a decade, Goodman is training for the city’s marathon, setting out to conquer the same streets on which he sleeps.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled that laws in Washington, D.C., that prevent gun owners from carrying handguns outside the home are unconstitutional.
The automaker recalled more than 226,000 additional vehicles over potentially explosive air bags, which have prompted recalls from other carmakers.
The paper's editorial compared the federal ban on marijuana to the failed prohibition of alcohol, and said states should be free to decide the issue.
Joel Rios, the father of 18-year-old murder suspect Alex Rios, visited his son in jail on Saturday to find out "what was he thinking that night."
The rule would cover the more than 360 miles of Oregon's Pacific coast and follows a ban that took effect this year in state parks.
The picture was taken by a grateful California retiree after rookie cop Laura Perez helped recover his wife's phone. She was killed five days later.
The cabinet extended the cease-fire in Gaza through Sunday, even as militants in Gaza said they launched several dozen rockets at Israel.
The 36-year-old was cooking in an RV when the propane tank exploded and caught fire, leaving her with critical injuries.
Eric Garner's widow says her husband "was a quiet man," and demanded justice after Garner died in police custody after his arrest.
Krystal Berkowitz, 21, decided to walk home rather than ride with a drunk friend, but was run over when the driver tried to change her mind, cops say.
The lawsuit filed by a woman seen being beaten by the CHP officer says she pleaded with the cop, "I didn't do anything to you," during her arrest.
Officials say 49-year-old Richard Plotts killed fatally shot his caseworker and grazed a doctor before the physician fired back, wounding the suspect.
The officer was ordered to surrender his badge and gun while the department reviews the stomping incident that was caught on video.
Tyler Malmstrom had been on the run since July 10 after having escaped from a minimum-security correctional facility in Maine.