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(CENTENNIAL, Colo.) -- Colorado authorities confirmed a shooting incident at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. on Friday that left one student dead and two injured. The suspected gunman was found dead inside the school from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
(NEW YORK) -- After years of secrecy, the family of the former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran seven years ago, Robert Levinson, acknowledged Friday he was working as a "spy" for a rogue CIA operation and accused the CIA, FBI and the Obama administration of "betraying" him by not doing enough to gain his release.
(ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.) -- Just months ago, orphan Davion Only made an impassioned plea for a family that spawned more than 10,000 offers from around the world.
(DENVER) -- A large fight in a stadium parking lot after Thursday night's football game between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers left at least three people injured, according to police.
(WASHINGTON) -- Though many Republicans have sharply criticized the bipartisan budget deal, Senate Democrats are within reach of gaining enough support from Republicans to overcome a filibuster threat next week, placing them one step away from sending the bill to President Obama for his signature before Christmas.
(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have reached an agreement to end the session that began Wednesday afternoon, eliminating the need for a third overnight session Friday night and setting a date for two key votes – the budget deal and the defense authorization.
(NEW YORK) -- Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin came out in opposition to the bipartisan budget deal in an op-ed Thursday, adding fuel to a raging intra-party fight among Republicans.
(NEW YORK) -- Under pressure from Democrats in the state, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday accepted the resignation of his top staff appointee to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey after a controversy over whether several local lanes were shut down on the busy George Washington Bridge for political reasons.
(CHICAGO) -- Attorneys for former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich will try one more time to get his conviction overturned.