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Capital punishment, which states have it and what methods do they use?  11h23 18 février
David Aaro
Capital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is becoming a less frequent method used over time.
Driver injures two after crashing through window, interior wall of Florida dental office  10h03 18 février
David Aaro
A car injured two people -- one seriously -- after it crashed into a Florida dental office on Monday morning and continued through an additional wall inside, fire officials said.
Group petitions to join this state, blaming Oregon’s liberal Democrats  09h57 18 février
Jack Durschlag
A group of frustrated Oregon residents, who say they have tried everything from unsuccessfully voting out what they claim are too liberal Democrats in state government, recalling the state’s governor and appealing to their Washington representatives, announced they petitioned to leave the state -...
What are the 5 least populous US states?  09h46 18 février
Greg Norman
Which are the five least populous U.S. states?
Dershowitz: Obama asked FBI to investigate someone on behalf of Soros; Boys Scouts file for bankruptcy  09h19 18 février
David Aaro
This Day in History: Feb. 18  09h18 18 février
Vandana Rambaran
Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy after sex abuse lawsuits  08h16 18 février
Vandana Rambaran
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy early on Tuesday after decades of sexual abuse claims.
Maryland man dies at Rocks State Park after falling from Queen Seat formation, police say  04h51 18 février
Bradford Betz
A 22-year-old man fell to his death at the Rocks State Park in Hartford County, Maryland. on Monday, police said.
NYPD detective hangs himself in Queens home, latest in string of police suicides, source says  04h42 18 février
Louis Casiano
An NYPD detective killed himself at his home Monday, a police source confirmed to Fox News.
Faye Swetlik’s funeral expenses will be covered, SC funeral home announces  04h05 18 février
Bradford Betz
A South Carolina funeral home has offered to cover the funeral expenses of a 6-year-old girl who was found dead in a wooded area near her home last week.
Plymouth Rock vandalized with graffiti shortly before 400th anniversary celebration  02h43 18 février
Bradford Betz
Plymouth Rock and other landmarks were found vandalized Monday as the city of Plymouth, Mass., gears up to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the pilgrims’ arrival to the new world on the Mayflower.
Montana teens deliberately hit officer with car, police say  22h16 17 février
Louis Casiano
A police officer in Montana was seriously injured early Saturday after a car full of teenagers ran him over, police say.
California to apologize for state’s role in internment of Japanese Americans during WWII  21h12 17 février
Danielle Wallace
California lawmakers are expected to approve a resolution Thursday offering a formal apology for the state’s role in the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II.
Colorado pot shops sponsor highways to get around ad restrictions  20h56 17 février
Robert Gearty
Dozens of cannabis companies in Colorado are using Adopt a Highway roadside signs to get around the state’s strict limits on marijuana advertising.
Iowa’s DHS ignored more than a dozen child abuse complaints before 16-year-old Natalie Finn’s starvation death: report  20h42 17 février
Stephen Sorace
Nearly four years after 16-year-old Natalie Finn’s starvation death, a 160-page report published Monday blasted the Iowa Department of Human Services for failing to investigate more than a dozen complaints of child abuse at her adopted home after she left the foster care system.