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Oklahoma dentist let unlicensed staffers give IVs, state official says

A Tulsa dentist who health investigators say may have exposed thousands of patients to HIV and hepatitis because of unsanitary practices also allowed "unauthorized, unlicensed" employees to perform intravenous sedation of patients, Su

City commissioner arrested in baby shooting investigation

A Brunswick, Georgia, city commissioner is accused of influencing a witness and obstructing law enforcement in the investigation into the shooting death of a 13-month-old boy, the Glynn County Sheriff's Office said Friday.

Powerball winner wanted for child support

The New Jersey man who won $338 million in the Powerball lottery last weekend is wanted on charges of unpaid child support, according to the Passaic County Sheriff's Office.

White House budget coming April 10

The White House will release its budget for the 2014 fiscal year on April 10th, Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest announced at Thursday's White House briefing, more than two months after the February deadline.

Documents reveal new details about Sandy Hook shootings, but no motive

It took fewer than five minutes for Adam Lanza to squeeze off 154 rounds, upending life in Newtown, Connecticut, and triggering a renewed flurry of debate over gun control.

Samsung Galaxy S4 pre-orders start April 16 for $250

If you've been waiting eagerly to buy Samsung's Galaxy S4, you'll have to wait at least another month.

New documents to be released in Sandy Hook shooting

Relatives of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings have been briefed about documents to be released Thursday in the case, but the new information may not reveal what led Adam Lanza to go on a shooting spree last December, po

George Zimmerman's brother apologizes for offensive tweets

Robert Zimmerman Jr., the brother of the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, apologized for his controversial and offensive tweets.

Woman arrested for allegedly buying weapon used to kill Colorado prison chief

A 22-year-old woman is accused of buying the weapon used to kill Colorado prison chief Tom Clements last week and funneling the weapon to the alleged gunman.