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Judge peppers Arpaio with questions about investigationFederal judge peppers Arizona sheriff with tough questions about secret investigation
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Satellite images show scale of NKorea's anniversary paradeSatellite imagery shows tent city, hundreds of vehicles assembled for NKorea military parade
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This Oct. 5, 2015 aerial photo shows the Columbia Water Treatment plant in Columbia, S.C., Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. Officials in Collumbia are rushing to protect one of the area’s main sources of drinking water following a massive rainstorm and widespread flooding over the weekend. The storm caused a canal that serves as the area’s main source of drinking water for about half of the Columbia water system’s 375,000 customers has collapsed in two places. Officials are scrambling to build a rock dam to plug the holes. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
After the flood, a rush to preserve drinking waterAfter the flood, a rush to preserve drinking water in South Carolina's capital city
The Associated Press14 minutes ago
In this still frame from pool video, police and FBI officials carry a container and bag with part of more than $500,000 stolen in an armored car heist after digging the cash up in the backyard of a home in Fontana, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. Authorities say it's part of about $1 million that was taken from an armored truck in Los Angeles in 2014. The truck's two drivers pleaded guilty to conducting the heist. (KNBC via AP, Pool)
Agents unearth $600,000 in backyard of armored truck driverBuried booty: Agents unearth $600,000 cash from backyard of convicted armored truck driver
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
FILE - In this July 29, 2010, file photo, a worker monitors water in Talmadge Creek in Marshall Township, Mich., near the Kalamazoo River as oil from a ruptured pipeline, owned by Enbridge Inc., is trapped by booms.  The suit filed Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 by the National Wildlife Federation says the federal Oil Pollution Act prohibits operators from handling, storing or transporting oil until their spill response plans get federal approval. The plans are supposed to make sure enough resources are available to contain and remove spilled oil and limit environmental damage. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
Lawsuit wants plans mandated for dealing with big oil spillsEnvironmental group sues US government, demanding it mandate plans to deal with big oil spills
The Associated Press19 minutes ago

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