Austria inspects trucks for migrants, creates 18-mile backup

Austria checks trucks for migrants, creates huge traffic jam on main Budapest-Vienna highway

Suspect in Houston-area deputy's death had mental evaluation

Man charged in Houston-area deputy's death placed in mental hospital after 2012 arrest

Polish authorities seal off area believed to hide lost Nazi gold train

Gold fever has descended on southwestern Poland since a top culture official gave credence to the claim of two treasure hunters to have located a legendary Nazi train loaded with valuables in an abandoned mountain railroad tunnel.

Grenade explodes during Ukraine clashes; 1 officer killed

Grenade explodes outside Ukraine's parliament during nationalist protest; 1 officer killed


Walker's talk about Canadian border wall draws derision

Walker says he's not advocating a wall at Canadian border, rival calls the idea 'dumb'

So far, legal experts see no criminal trouble for Clinton

Unlike Petraeus, Berger, Deutch, Clinton's email woes unlikely to lead to criminal charges

Federal workers on track to get 1.3 percent pay hike in January

Federal employees are on track for a 1.3 percent pay raise in January, following a decision by President Obama to set that figure by default if Congress continues to follow its strategy of action by inaction on the raise.

Alaska-bound, Obama makes waves by renaming Mount McKinley

Alaska-bound, Obama makes waves by renaming Mount McKinley as traditional name Denali



Where are the Finizio lawn signs?

If lawn signs were a poll, the mayor would be way down in the Democratic primary.


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When the wells run dry: California neighbors cope in drought

When the wells run dry: California neighbors rally together as they struggle with drought

'Awakenings' author, neurologist Oliver Sacks dies at 82

'Awakenings' author Oliver Sacks, who wrote about workings of the brain, dies at 82