A Pennsylvania teenager accused of killing a man she met on Craigslist has confessed to the slaying — and to killing more than 20 other people after joining a satanic cult at age 13, according to an interview she gave to a local newspaper.
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WASHINGTON – Congress completed work last week on a long-stalled farm bill, sending to President Obama a measure that authorizes $956 billion over the next 10 years on nutrition aid to the poor, and crop subsidies and insurance for agribusiness.
HACKENSACK, N.J. — Federal prosecutors investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures have demanded documents from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s office, he said Monday, a development that puts him at the opposite end from the kind of probe he once led as the state’s hard-charging U.S. attorney.
TRENTON, N.J. — It was billed as the first mass- transit Super Bowl, with 400,000 tourists gliding to the game in New Jersey by bus and train.
ATLANTA — Bad times brought out some of the best people.
CAMBRIDGE, Md. — After President Barack Obama outlined his goals for what he said should be a “year of action” for the American people, House Republicans are sending a message back: We’ve already done some of the heavy lifting.
WASHINGTON — There were no ruffles and flourishes accompanying President Barack Obama’s fifth State of the Union address. In its apparent realism about the state of his presidency and the state of American politics, Obama’s speech highlighted both the broad ambitions he still harbors and the limited means he now has to convert them into achievements.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama looked to revive his second term in a sweeping speech to the nation Tuesday, outlining an agenda that calls for creating jobs and addressing the widening gap between rich and poor.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama, leading up to Tuesday’s State of the Union speech, has vowed to make 2014 a “year of action.”
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will order companies that do business with the federal government to pay their workers a minimum wage of $10.10 per hour as part of his effort to advance his agenda without cooperation from Congress.