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(Expletives) and h.e. double hockey sticks! Ohio’s rep as the cussiest of all states is spreading. The Atlantic magazine declares Ohio the “Sweariest State in the Union” in an article published yesterday on its website. (Expletive)! This (expletive) should prompt those (expletives) down at that (expletive) state house to come ...
A wildfire burning on the Clayton side of Mt. Diablo State Park has grown to almost 4,000 acres as of Monday evening. Take a look at photos of the blaze submitted by viewers.
Firefighters from the Bay Area, across the state and from other states have battle a brave battle trying to tame a massive Sierra wildfire. Here are some dramatic new photos of what they are up against.
A memorial was held Thursday, April 25, 2013, in Waco for victims of the West fertilizer plant explosion.
Photos from the Bush Presidential Center dedication ceremony in Dallas on April 25, 2013.
Photos from the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, on April 17, 2013.
People pray during worship services at Assumption Catholic Church and First Baptist Church in West on Sunday April 21, 2013, days after a fertilizer plant explosion killed 14 people.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's investigative reporters broke the story about widespread cheating on tests in Atlanta Public Schools in December, 2008, and we've continued digging ever since.
The roommate of a University of Central Florida student who police said plotted to go on a deadly rampage on campus spoke out in an interview with WFTV Tuesday. Arobo Babakhani, who goes by "B-K," said he lived with James Oliver Seevakumaran, 30, since last semester. "I've never had a ...
When Wrestlemania came to South Florida last spring, the staged smackdown generated more than $100 million for the local economy, organizers said Monday. World Wrestling Entertainment released an economic-impact study the Connecticut company commissioned to detail how much spending the five-day event attracted. The total claimed: $103 million, roughly 22 ...