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Orlando shooter's wife charged in relation to attack
The widow of Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen was formally charged Tuesday with a terror-related offense and obstruction of justice in connection with the attack. The two-count indictment states that Noor Salman, who was arrested Monday in northern California, aided and abetted her husband's attempt to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, namely the Islamic State group. The 30-year-old is also charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly misleading local police in Florida and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on information relating to the attack.
Texas, 13 other states sue to block Obama coal mining ruleTexas and 13 other states have asked a federal court to block final rules from President Barack Obama's administration designed to reduce coal mining's impact on streams. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton ...
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Police: Kids taken 3 decades ago are found, mom is arrested
SCITUATE, R.I. (AP) ? Two sisters who disappeared from Rhode Island with their mother in 1985 have been located in the Houston area, and their mother was charged with snatching them, police announced Tuesday.
1 Marine killed, 1 injured in exercise at California baseTWENTYNINE PALMS, California (AP) ? The Marine Corps says one Marine was killed and another was injured during a live-fire training exercise at a California desert base.
Deutsche Bank signs $7.2 billion deal with U.S. over risky mortgages
By Karen Freifeld NEW YORK (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank finalized a $7.2 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over its sale of toxic mortgage securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis, the government agency said on Tuesday. Deutsche's agreement represents the largest resolution for the conduct of a single entity in misleading investors in residential mortgage-backed securities, the department said in a statement. The settlement was higher than the $7 billion paid by Citigroup to federal and state authorities in 2014.
University of California's Napolitano in hospital for cancer
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? University of California President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland Security secretary, has been undergoing cancer treatment for five months and has been hospitalized after suffering complications, the school system said Tuesday.
Wal-Mart, General Motors reaffirm jobs long planned, Trump says thanks
Wal-Mart will add 10,000 jobs this year while GM announced $1 billion in investment that would create 1,500 U.S. jobs. Trump, who takes office on Friday, has repeatedly singled out and criticized U.S. companies across industries for not doing more to keep jobs in the United States and has put pressure on them to hire more U.S. workers.