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ISIS Bombs, Mines Pose 'Unprecedented' Threat in Liberated Mosul, Iraq 
Near MOSUL, Iraq — Hamid Merza Zorab throws his hands up in desperation as he surveys the ruins of his home, occupied by ISIS for more than two years and destroyed in the battle against the militants. A crater in the ground is all that remains of the ...

10 More Victims Named in Oakland Warehouse Fire That Killed 36 
Oakland city officials identified 10 more victims of the deadly warehouse that is being blamed for 36 deaths. The victims identified Monday night range in age from 21 to 35 and hailed mostly from the Bay Area. Authorities are not expecting the death toll ...

Driving on 5 hours of sleep is like driving drunk 
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found the risk of a crash for sleep-deprived drivers increased steadily as sleep time decreased. USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Drivers who skimp on just a couple of hours of sleep nearly double the risk of a crash, making ...

Iran vows not to let Trump destroy nuclear deal 
Iran vows not to let President-elect Donald Trump to rip up its nuclear agreement that was signed with world powers, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tuesday. "(Trump) wants to do many things, but none of his actions would affect us ... Do you think ...

United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes on Carrier Deal: I'm No Fool — 10 Percent of Revenue Comes from Gov't 
United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes said there's a cost to keeping Carrier's Indiana plant open in a deal with President-elect Donald Trump, but he expected that the move will pay off in the long-term. "I was born at night, but it wasn't last night," Hayes ...

Carson Is New Sign Trump Plans to Govern From the Right 
WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump is moving to repudiate vast parts of President Obama’s domestic agenda as he fills his cabinet with conservatives who have long records opposing the current administration on social programs, wages, public ...

Exclusive: Tony Blair sees dangerous times ahead for Western democracies 
Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair speaks with USA TODAY Washington bureau chief Susan Page about the current political climate of many Western democracies. Video by Jasper Colt, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Former British prime minister Tony Blair warns ...

Off-duty San Antonio deputy dies after vehicle plunges into sinkhole 
An off-duty sheriff’s deputy died and two other people were injured when two vehicles plunged into a water-filled sinkhole in San Antonio on Sunday, authorities said. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said Monday that the victim was 69-year-old Deputy ...

Other Than ISIS: Half of U.S. Terror Suspects Support ISIS Rival Groups, New Report Details 
Almost half of the suspects charged with terrorism offenses in the U.S. since the Syrian civil war began five years ago have not associated themselves with ISIS but with the group's bitter rivals such as al-Qaeda or embraced the broader jihadist ideology ...

DNA helps nab Greenwich Village mugger who knocked down 90-year-old woman 
A DNA sample helped cops find a mugger who knocked a 90-year-old woman to the ground and tried to steal her duffel bag in Greenwich Village, police said Monday. Police arrested Lillian Muduro, 49, charging her with the Sept. 27 robbery try. Muduro crept up ...

Lawyers argue honest mistakes versus lies in police perjury trial 
Were they honest mistakes? Or were they lies? The perjury trial of three Chicagoland police officers that began Monday hinges on that question in a case that reopens the community's wounds about judicial fairness and trust in law enforcement. And, as often ...

Joe Biden Reveals His Plans to Run for President for the Third Time in the 2020 Election 
Third times a charm! Joe Biden has revealed his plans to run for the White House in the 2020 election. On Monday, December 5, just 27-days after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, the Vice President, 74, told reporters after a senate ...

Walter Scott Case Proves There Are No Smoking Guns In Police Shooting Trials 
For days after Michael Slager fatally shot Walter Scott in April 2015, authorities maintained that the former North Charleston, South Carolina, police officer had done everything by the book. Slager, then 33, pulled over Scott, 50, for a broken tail light.

Ex-Nets star Jayson Williams says he was 'coward' after 2002 limo driver shooting 
Ex-New Jersey Nets star Jayson Williams says that he was “a coward” the night he fatally shot a limo driver and tried to cover up his crime. The New York native served a year and a half in prison for aggravated assault after the shotgun he was holding ...

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