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Police officers among those killed in multiple shootings across country

At least 15 people caught in Kansas City violence were being treated at area hospitals, with three listed in critical condition.

The Super Bowl is set: 49ers face Chiefs after dominating conference championship games

Kansas City will face San Francisco in pro football's title game on Feb. 2 in Miami.

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There are alternatives to heartburn relief — including a doctor-approved bedtime trick.

What to know before Virginia's gun rights rally

Gov. Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency amid fears that Monday's demonstration in Richmond will turn violent.

Brutal cold across much of the U.S. after major winter storm

Ice is a big concern for much of the country, with first responders in Connecticut battling treacherous conditions to rescue a driver who flipped their SUV. The cold is coming down from Canada, where a bomb cyclone created snow drifts as high as 15 feet.