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A massive storm, spawning tornadoes wreaked havoc across the Deep South on Sunday, killing at least 14 people in south Georgia and raising the weekend’s weather-related death toll to 18. US storms: At least 18 dead in
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An officer in Spokane, Wash., smashed a driver’s window and pulled her from her burning vehicle.
At least 19 people have died over the last 48 hours due to tornadoes, as a violent system of storms made its way across the South from Mississippi to the Florida Panhandle and parts of Alabama and
Severe storms that have killed at least 18 across the South, caused damage in north Georgia and at least one county to close schools Monday
Police say three people wielding a machete and knives attacked a man in New York City, slashing him and cutting off one of his fingers
A former executive with Pittsburgh-based health care giant UPMC has admitted he stole nearly $850,000 from the company by arranging to hire his wife and a friend as ghost workers
State troopers say eight people, including three children, were hurt when an SUV crashed into two Amish buggies in northeast Ohio
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