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Atlanta, other cities eye test tracks for…

A bustling city street filled with cars, buses, bicyclists and college students in the heart of Atlanta is being eyed as a real-world proving ground for self-driving vehicles

Flood fears renewed as California braces for…

Some Northern California residents are preparing for another powerful Pacific storm by patrolling levees for signs of danger, reviewing evacuation plans and filling hundreds of sand bags

Possible tornado tears through Texas

Dozens of homes destroyed in San Antonio

75 Years Ago: An Executive Order Sent 120,000…

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the executive order. The government has since apologized, calling it "a grave injustice."

APNewsBreak: New York pays $3M to family of molested boy

New York state is paying $3 million to the family of a developmentally disabled boy who was repeatedly molested while in state care

Americans on Presidents Day: Admiration, fear…

The United States is marking Presidents Day, a day that's taking on a new meaning for some Americans this year as President Donald Trump upends traditional notions of the office

Immigration rallies held around US to support…

Demonstrations were held in cities around the U.S. this weekend to support Muslim Americans and to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies

Small plane crashes, narrowly misses gas station

Pilot injured but expected to be okay

'Roe' of Roe v. Wade, Norma McCorvey, Dies At 69

She became an anti-abortion activist later in life.

Strong storms cause minor injuries, damage in San Antonio

A severe storm system spawned a possible tornado that caused minor injuries and damaged more than 150 homes in the San Antonia area late Sunday night and early Monday

Tribes hope Trump's 'America first' helps first…

Native Americans are hoping President Donald Trump doesn't forget America's first inhabitants as he promises to put "America first"

Toughening penalties if pets are harmed during…

A New York measure seeks to toughen the penalties if pets are harmed during the commission of a crime

President Trump could reveal new immigration…

Kelly Wright reports

It's 2017, And 1 In 10 US Bridges Still Need…

A review of U.S. bridges found that more than 55,000 have a structural deficiency.

Boston, patrolmen's union agree to 4-year, $68 million deal

Boston's mayor and the city's largest police union have agreed to a four-year, $68 million contract for its 1,500 patrol officers

Small plane crashes in neighborhood, injuring…

Authorities say a small plane has crashed in a New Jersey neighborhood, injuring the pilot

Police: Man in photos now 'main suspect' in 2…

Indiana State Police say a man photographed walking along a trail system around the time two teenage girls later found slain were dropped off by a relative is now considered "the main suspect" in their killings

Officials watchful of Oroville Dam as heavy rains…

Damaged spillway poses risk for area

Flint Water Might've Made People Sick Again, But…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found the first genetic link between Legionnaires' disease and Flint River water.

10 sites in US named 'proving grounds' for driverless cars

In January, the U.S. Department of Transportation designated 10 "proving grounds" to encourage testing of automated vehicle technologies

2 dams illustrate challenge of maintaining older…

The destruction inflicted by Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast compelled federal engineers 2,000 miles away in California to remake a 1950s-era dam by constructing a massive steel-and-concrete gutter

The fiduciary rule and you

The "fiduciary rule," a measure proposed to protect retirement account investors, has been delayed, but here's what you need to know about it now

Farmer speaks out about ridiculous EPA regulation

Martha Boneta was fined $2 million over a birthday party

The 'Weather Bomb' Is A Blessing And A Curse For…

The strongest storm to hit California in years battered the coast with heavy rains and high winds.