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A 24-year-old former Atlantic County man was arrested Monday night in connection with three year old charges in connection with a large-scale heroin distribution, according to U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has approved a lease agreement with Atlantic City Community Charter School in a move intended to allow the new school to open by September.
The White House says President Barack Obama believes journalists shouldn't be prosecuted for doing their jobs.
A federal court in San Francisco Tuesday struck down Arizona's ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
ESPN is cutting its workforce, the latest Disney division to reduce staff.
Defenders of New Hampshire's enviable role in presidential politics are paying tribute to the past while keeping an eye on the future.
A convicted sex offender suspected of abducting two girls from an Iowa bus stop has been found dead, and a massive search for one of the girls continues, authorities said Tuesday.
President Barack Obama, left, walks away from the podium after talking about the Oklahoma tornado and severe weather, Tuesday, May 21, 2013, in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington. Earlier, the president will met with his disaster response team to talk about the tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday. At right is Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Kyrgyzstan's president has reaffirmed that next year the Central Asian nation will evict the U.S. air base that supports military operations in nearby Afghanistan.
President Barack Obama, accompanied by, from left, Vice President Joe Biden, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino. talks about the Oklahoma tornado and severe weather, Tuesday, May 21, 2013, in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
President Barack Obama pledged urgent government help for Oklahoma Tuesday in the wake of "one of the most destructive" storms in the nation's history.
Hundreds of people living just outside Japan's Fukushima prefecture say they have been denied adequate compensation after the country's 2011 nuclear disaster despite suffering elevated radiation levels.
Oscar Pistorius' older brother cried tears of relief Tuesday as a magistrate acquitted him of culpable homicide and negligent driving for the death of a woman in a road accident.
The state medical examiner's office has revised the death toll from a tornado in an Oklahoma City suburb to 24 people, including seven children.
The following list represents the top streamed tracks on Spotify from Monday, May 13, to Sunday, May 19:
State police in Maine say a body found in the woods likely is that of a 15-year-old girl last seen more than a week ago.
Spotlights bore down on massive piles of shredded cinder block, insulation and metal as crews worked through the night early Tuesday lifting bricks and parts of collapsed walls where a monstrous tornado barreled through the Oklahoma City suburbs, demolishing an elementary school and reducing homes to piles of splintered wood. At least 51 people were killed, including at least 20 children, and those numbers were expected to climb, officials said.
The facts laid out by prosecutors are plain: In 2008, a U.S. government employee on assignment in Zimbabwe drove through the capital of Harare in his government-issued Toyota Land Cruiser and struck and killed a 34-year-old Zimbabwe man.
Oscar Goodman ran Las Vegas for 12 years with a showgirl on his arm and a martini in his fist.
His latest legislative achievements put him in the vanguard of his party's liberal base. He's been a top fundraiser for President Barack Obama. And he's ramping up his travel to help fellow Democrats around the country.
The decade-old law that transformed the battle against HIV and AIDS in developing countries is at a crossroads. The dream of future generations freed from epidemic is running up against an era of economic recovery and harsh budget cuts.
FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2012, file photo, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley speaks during Sen. Tom Harkin's annual fundraising steak fry in Indianola, Iowa. His latest legislative achievements put him on the vanguard of his party's liberal base. He was a top fundraiser for President Barack Obama. And he's ramping up his travel to help fellow Democrats around the country. Little-known outside his home state, O'Malley has methodically checked the necessary boxes toward earning the reputation of good Democratic soldier as he considers whether to run for president in 2016 _ a White House bid that would face long odds. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
FILE - In this Jan. 30, 2013, file photo, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley delivers his sState of the State address in Annapolis Md. His latest legislative achievements put him on the vanguard of his party's liberal base. He was a top fundraiser for President Barack Obama. And he's ramping up his travel to help fellow Democrats around the country. Little-known outside his home state, O'Malley has methodically checked the necessary boxes toward earning the reputation of good Democratic soldier as he considers whether to run for president in 2016 _ a White House bid that would face long odds. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)
FILE – In this Feb. 17, 2008, file photo President George W. Bush speaks at a joint news conference with Tanzanian President Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete at the State House in Dar es Salaam, while on a five-nation visit to Africa. The decade-old law that transformed the battle against HIV/AIDS in developing countries is at a crossroads, the dream of future generations freed from epidemic running up against an era of economic recovery and harsh budget cuts. The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief grew out of an unlikely partnership between Bush and lawmakers led by the Congressional Black Caucus, and has come to represent what Washington can do when it puts politics aside_and what America can do to make the world a better place. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak, File)
A court in Myanmar sentenced seven Muslims to terms ranging from life to two years in prison Tuesday for the killing of a Buddhist monk during sectarian violence that is posing a serious challenge to President Thein Sein's reformist government.
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