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Body of 2-year-old Boy in Alligator Attack Found

The toddler was attacked at a Disney theme park in Florida

Ruling Leaves Puerto Rico at Congress’ Mercy

The island is struggling to overcome a decade old financial crisis

NYC Husband Beats Would-Be Rapist to Death

The man fought his wife's attacker before killing him

Fed Charges for Ex-North Charleston Cop

Michael Slager could face federal prison time for the shooting death of Walter Scott

Employers Add Fewest Jobs in 7 Months

The U.S. unemployment rate remained at about 5 percent

Mississippi Gov. Signs ‘Religious Freedom’ Law, Despite Opposition

Many say the new law amounts to allowing people to discriminate against LGBTs

Activists Set Sights on $15 Minimum Wage

Illinois, Michigan and others are targeted for efforts to increase pay

Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles Goes Bankrupt?

The famous restaurant chain is experiencing some challenges

Fidel Castro Bashes Obama in Letter

The Cuban leader took to state-controlled media to criticize the U.S. president

Terror Scare at University in Kenya

Students were alarmed by screams they mistook for an extremist attack

President Obama Tangos, Critics Pounce

The POTUS tangoed in Argentina, but his detractors had their say

Rob Ford, Embattled Toronto Mayor, Dies

The politician, who admitted crack use, succumbed to cancer

Trump Cancels Chicago Rally for Fear of Violence

Jubilant crowds celebrated when plans for the event were halted.

Police Investigate Knife from Former O.J. Simpson Home

The knife, police say, was found years ago during the home's demolition

MD High Court Hears Appeals in Freddie Gray Case

Attorneys made arguments to judges over one officer possibly testifying against the five others

Teen Shot By Salt Lake City Cops Stabilizing

Residents are questioning why the shooting of the 17-year-old took place

Judge Orders Killers of Black Man to Pay $840K

The four men were convicted in the death of James Craig Anderson

Police Release Klan Members Arrested at Rally

Officials say they acted in self-defense in bloody brawl with counter-protestors

Salt Lake City Police Shooting Spurs Protests

The teenager was shot after police were called to break up a fight

Obama Bans Imports of Slave-Produced Goods

The ban closes a loophole in a poorly enforced tariff law

Jocelerme Privert Elected Haiti Interim President

The provisional president will fill the gap left at the end of the former chief's term