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N.Y. attorney general suing Trump's school for fraud

New York's attorney general accused Donald Trump in a lawsuit Saturday of defrauding students who studied at the billionaire mogul's investment institute, though Trump's representative said a large majority of the school's alumn

Powell questions Zimmerman verdict; suggests case will be forgotten

A jury's decision in July to acquit George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin represented "questionable judgment," former Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview aired Sunday.

A heavy toll for the victims of human trafficking

Their descent into prostitution followed different paths but ended up in the same nightmare: abuse, drugs and fear.

One-time Senate candidate in Tennessee accused of trying to have uncle killed

 A former U.S. Senate candidate from Tennessee was arrested after allegedly trying to hire a hit man to kill his uncle, CNN affiliate WJHL reports.

3 dead, 2 injured after Florida shooting spree

A man shot four co-workers -- two of them fatally -- in northern Florida on Saturday before shooting and killing himself, said a law enforcement authority with detailed knowledge of the case.

Arias attorneys want no live TV coverage of penalty retrial

Jodi Arias' attorneys have filed a motion to limit or ban live TV coverage of her upcoming penalty-phase retrial.

Obama's 'Schoolhouse Rock' lesson for Congress

 President Barack Obama invoked a beloved children's cartoon to try to educate Congress on how to pass a budget.

Obama: Law school should be two years

President Barack Obama argued Friday that the amount of time it takes to obtain a law degree should be shortened as a way for students to save money.

China's oldest living woman will celebrate her 116 birthday Sunday

China's oldest living woman will be celebrating her birthday this Sunday, August 25. State run television station CCTV reports the woman, Fu Suquing, turned 116 years old last month, but is celebrating her birthday Sunday.