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Police: Teacher charged with cutting student's hair kept tufts in purse, bathroom drawer

Police: Teacher charged with cutting student's hair kept tufts in purse, bathroom drawer

More details have emerged about the "disturbing" events that unfolded inside a Visalia high school classroom.
Police consider charges against Camp Fire cleanup worker who posted 'reprehensible' photos

Police consider charges against Camp Fire cleanup worker who posted 'reprehensible' photos

Paradise police are seeking criminal charges against a Camp Fire cleanup worker who lost his job after posting 'disrespectful' photos to social media.
Two beagles recovering after being thrown out moving vehicle on New York interstate

Two beagles recovering after being thrown out moving vehicle on New York interstate

The dogs, now named Trooper and Adam, are in the care of the Humane Society. Trooper's injury was so severe that one of his legs had to be amputated.
Mick Mulvaney, new chief of staff, once called Trump 'terrible human being'

Mick Mulvaney, new chief of staff, once called Trump 'terrible human being'

Mick Mulvaney was tapped this week to replace Gen. John Kelly as acting chief of staff. As a congressman, he wasn't a fan of Donald Trump.

Wreaths Across America Day

Wreaths Across America was started in 1992 at Arlington National Cemetery by Maine businessman Morrill Worcester.
New Jersey becomes first state to ban wild animal circus acts

New Jersey becomes first state to ban wild animal circus acts

New Jersey has become the first state in the nation to bar circuses, carnivals and fairs from featuring elephants, tigers and other exotic animals.
'May it rest in peace' Trump celebrates end of Weekly Standard, a critical GOP magazine

'May it rest in peace' Trump celebrates end of Weekly Standard, a critical GOP magazine

The Weekly Standard, a once influential conservative magazine that’s been sharply critical of President Trump, will publish its final issue Dec. 17.
Ryan Zinke: The controversies that defined his tenure as Trump's Interior Secretary

Ryan Zinke: The controversies that defined his tenure as Trump's Interior Secretary

A helicopter trip to catch a horseback ride. Proposed cuts to national parks. Here are some of the bigger issues during Ryan Zinke's two-year tenure.
Peter Jackson says he understands 'R' rating for WWI doc

Peter Jackson says he understands 'R' rating for WWI doc

Peter Jackson's new WWI doc tells stories of boys who were on the front lines when they were just 14, 15 or 16 years old. But viewers that age won't be able to see the film without a parent when it's
Court quotes Dr. Seuss, pulls permit for pipeline that would cross national forests

Court quotes Dr. Seuss, pulls permit for pipeline that would cross national forests

A federal court opinion that vacated an environmental permit for The Atlantic Coast Pipeline quotes Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, saying: "We trust the United States Forest Service to 'speak for the trees,
Federal judge rules Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, but appeal will leave coverage intact for now

Federal judge rules Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, but appeal will leave coverage intact for now

A federal judge in Texas ruled late Friday that core aspects of the Affordable Care Act are unconstitutional, but an appeal will leave coverage intact.
American student's stabbing death in the Netherlands prompts outpouring of condolences

American student's stabbing death in the Netherlands prompts outpouring of condolences

The death of a 21-year-old Foothill High School graduate has captured national and international headlines and saddened the hearts of many.
Jackson says he understands 'R' rating for WWI doc

Jackson says he understands 'R' rating for WWI doc

Peter Jackson's new WWI doc tells stories of boys who were on the front lines when they were just 14, 15 or 16 years old. But viewers that age won't be able to see the film without a parent when it's
'Justice for Michael': 18 years later, Florida woman found guilty in plot to kill husband

'Justice for Michael': 18 years later, Florida woman found guilty in plot to kill husband

Denise Williams faces life in prison for for masterminding and concealing a plot to free her from the marriage and collect nearly $2 million in insurance.
Binghamton University in New York set to kill up to 50 deer on campus in bowhunt

Binghamton University in New York set to kill up to 50 deer on campus in bowhunt

Binghamton University will close its Nature Preserve for a controlled bowhunt of deer on campus Dec. 16-18.
Federal judge rules that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional

Federal judge rules that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas ruled late Friday that core aspects of the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional, a win for Republicans and the Trump administration that is sure to leave those insured
Michigan couple: Priest, 'bully' coach ruined our son's funeral

Michigan couple: Priest, 'bully' coach ruined our son's funeral

When a youth dies by suicide, can it get any worse for mom and dad? This couple says it can.
Toni Braxton talks music, TV roles and Beyonce

Toni Braxton talks music, TV roles and Beyonce

Seven-time Grammy winner Toni Braxton is stepping behind the camera to learn the business of TV movies. But with three new Grammy nominations, she says she'll always choose music "over anything"
Alfonso Cuaron wishes box office success was irrelevant

Alfonso Cuaron wishes box office success was irrelevant

"Roma" director Alfonso Cuaron says he's seen changes in how the U.S. film academy treats foreign films. Releasing his critically-hailed film on Netflix and in theatres, he says measuring a film's
Analysis: Trump changed his stories on Michael Cohen

Analysis: Trump changed his stories on Michael Cohen

The Associated Press's White House reporter Jonathan Lemire describes how President Donald Trump changed his opinion and reaction to the Michael Cohen matter. (Dec. 14)