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Russia: Ex-Marine held on spying charge gets prison visit


Hearing delayed on school shooting suspect's guard contact


Storm could set off mudslides in fire-scarred California


Fed survey finds businesses worried by political uncertainty


Michigan State president faces ouster amid Nassar fallout


Battles expected in many states over abortion-related bills


House Republicans question telecoms on location tracking


Barr seeks to assure senators he won't be a Pres. Trump loyalist


EPA nominee: Climate change huge issue, not greatest crisis


Kidnap suspect's lawyers: Confession problematic for defense


ACLU: Government mistakenly wanted to deport US veteran


YouTube revises policy, bans dangerous prank videos


Pres. Trump feels shutdown pressure from economists, Nancy Pelosi


Missouri boy's caregiver pleads not guilty in his death


IRS recalling 46,000 workers to handle taxes


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U.S. Catholic Church approaches a crossroad

With a Vatican summit on priestly abuse scheduled next month, the U.S. church is again being shaken by questions about two of its most prominent figures.

Cluster of California fentanyl overdoses alarms authorities

"Fentanyl deaths are up steadily year over year," a University of California, San Francisco medical doctor said.

Families sue doctor accused of ordering fatal doses of pain medications

"These kind of decisions are supposed to be left up to the family and the patient, and not unilaterally by the physician," a lawyer for a plaintiff said.

Center where woman in vegetative state gave birth ordered to hire outside manager

"Several significant concerns" have been raised about the center where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth Dec. 29, the state said.

Man arrested for allegedly planning to attack White House, other federal buildings

Authorities allege the 21-year-old man had become "radicalized," and began planning an attack in the U.S.