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Fracking in Carnamah: WA shire outlines minimum standards for mining...

Records reveal divide on Ferguson police tactics

Booze, smokes on agenda for quirky gov't group

Energy experts say drilling can be made cleaner

Ranchers split over US border security plan

FIFA warns of 'long' fight against match-fixing

SC chief seeks more security for riskiest prisons

EU pilots, cabin crew call for fatigue protection

Obama picks former prosecutor to head SEC

US names drone testing sites

Microsoft hands user data to Aust govt

Promise of price cut on hospital bills is in limbo

NSA leaker charged with espionage, theft

Internet privacy advocates demand data surveillance transparency from...

Obama's ATF nominee gets Senate hearing

NSA head says spy programs thwarted terror attacks

NSA debate pits far left, right against the middle

NYC Council passes plans for new police oversight

New NRA-backed Kansas law seeks to limit lobbying

Cause of deadly Philly collapse sought suit filed

Tea party groups call IRS process 'nightmare'

Police clash with protesters in Ukrainian capital

Correction: In Cold Blood-Records story

Drugs stored in carpet cleaner bottles seized

Welfare changes move through NC General Assembly

Officials: Dead bomber name in terrorism database

Local police grapple with response to cybercrimes

Official testifying on Ohio fracking oversight

World grapples with rise in cyber crime

From a young age, no one could tame Evan Ebel

Women's security raised by American Indian leader

Review: Joe Pickett returns in 'Breaking Point'

States' rights bills surge in GOP states

Prosecutor: Maine man knew of Zumba prostitution

US military expands its drug war in Latin America

Sochi a point of national pride for Putin's Russia

Tackling match-fixing puts pressure on Singapore

Activists seek Ohio fracking wastewater review

US to crack down on ivory to protect elephants

Vodafone admits phones on its global networks are tapped

'How can we make Charlotte proud?'

US police forces 'dangerously' militarized, rights group says

Calls for troops at border echo previous pushes

Obama prods Republicans on border issue

China, U.S. to boost security ties, but no breakthroughs

Hard to justify Britain's data collection law - U.N.'s Pillay

Drought won't stop fireworks in dry western states

UN launches first global environmental assembly

US to seek data protection for EU citizens

Armed citizen groups seek recruits to secure US border

Ukraine scrambles jets above rebel positions as attack resumes

Rideshare vs. taxi: the war flares up in the Big Apple