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Sarah Palin: Hillary Clinton ill-suited for president

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she would be "disappointed" in the American electorate if Hillary Clinton becomes a serious candidate for president in 2016.

Ariel Castro's son describes personal torment after father's crimes

Grappling with the fact that his father was a convicted rapist and kidnapper was difficult enough.

Deputy sold pot from squad car, feds say

An undercover sting operation nabbed an Atlanta-area sheriff's deputy who was selling marijuana out of his patrol car and in uniform, federal authorities say.

Stocks: Government shutdown, Fed timing looms large

Uncertainty continues to loom large over the stock market.

Warden describes search, capture of escaped Angola inmates

Louisiana State Penitentiary officials say two inmates tried to escape Angola Sunday morning.

Livingston Parish Sheriff's Deputies respond to possible drowning in Denham Springs

Livingston Parish Sheriff's Deputies investigated the possible drowning of a 16-month-old boy in Denham Springs.

Oak Grove Community Center closing for construction

Ascension Parish President Tommy Martinez announced Thursday Oak Grove Community Center and Park will close on Monday, Sept.

Website offers bounty for iPhone 5S hack

Nothing tempts hackers quite like a high-profile new target.

Study: Vitamin B may lower stroke risk

New evidence suggests taking vitamin B supplements may help reduce the risk of stroke.

Beanie Babies creator pinched for tax evasion

The creator of Beanie Babies is set to plead guilty to tax evasion after hiding millions of dollars in a secret Swiss bank account, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.