Obama, Hollande pledge solidarity against ISIS
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pledging solidarity after the Paris attacks, President Barack Obama promised Tuesday to work with France and other allies to intensify the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State, saying America would not be cowed by the scourge of terrorism. To this point, Obama said, Russia is an "outlier" in the fight....
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Tunisia declares state of emergency after bus blast kills 12
The Latest: Tunisia's Islamist party denounces bus attack
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) -- The latest on an explosion that targeted a bus carrying Tunisian presidential guards in the capital. All times local....
Turkey downs Russian jet it says violated its territory
Judicial board to soon decide whether to charge justice
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- The body that investigates misconduct allegations against Pennsylvania judges says it'll soon decide whether charges are warranted against state Supreme Court Justice Michael Eakin....
The Latest: Cops identify trooper shot in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The latest on the shooting of a Pennsylvania state trooper in Philadelphia (all times local):...
Philadelphia traffic stop ends in bloodshed, burning bus
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A man in a car that was stopped for an expired car registration sticker traded gunfire with police during a Tuesday morning highway chase that ended with a fiery crash involving a school bus and a trooper with a gunshot wound, police said....
Lawmaker seeks support in House for Kane impeachment memo
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A state lawmaker asked his colleagues Tuesday to support an investigation into whether Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane should be removed from office....
Judge weighing juvenile court for teen in mass stabbing
GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A teen who stabbed 20 classmates and a security guard at his high school "believed he was being controlled from hell" by the two boys who perpetrated the Columbine High School massacre, a psychiatrist testified Tuesday....
Pennsylvania police chief apologizes for emailed racial slur
FARRELL, Pa. (AP) -- A Pennsylvania police chief is apologizing for using a racial slur in a fundraising email....
Pittsburgh man gets up to 20 years for 2013 jitney shooting
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A western Pennsylvania man convicted of attempted homicide in the shooting of a 92-year-old jitney driver was sentenced to serve between 10 and 20 years in prison for the crime....
Small-town Pennsylvania mayor misses Senate filing deadline
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- The U.S. Senate says it has no financial disclosure filing from the mayor of a small town near Pittsburgh who is campaigning for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican incumbent Pat Toomey....
Man accused of forcing woman to chug vodka, assaulting her
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -- A northeastern Pennsylvania man is accused of forcing a woman to drink almost a whole bottle of vodka until she passed out and then assaulting her when she came to....
Man accused of shooting wife in bed arrested in Puerto Rico
READING, Pa. (AP) -- A man accused of kicking in the door to his estranged wife's bedroom and opening fire on her as she lay in bed with their daughter has been arrested....
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll found that Americans strongly disapprove of how President Barack Obama is handling ISIS and the threat of terror broadly. The poll also shows Americans trust Hillary Clinton to handle the threat of terrorism more than any of the leading Republican candidates for president in the wake of the Paris attacks.
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