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FDA panel backs experimental new insomnia drug
A federal panel of medical experts says that an experimental insomnia drug from Merck & Co Inc. appears safe and effective, despite evidence from company trials that the pill can cause daytime sleepiness and difficulty driving.
US Navy's unmanned ocean jet makes first flight
An unmanned jet built for the U.S. Navy's high-altitude maritime surveillance missions made its first flight on Wednesday, officials said.
Judge sorry for delay in case of gov't information leak
A federal judge is apologizing for an 18-month delay in unsealing documents in a case involving an alleged leak of classified information by a government employee to a television news reporter.
US soldier secretly photographed women, Army says
A U.S. Army soldier has been charged with secretly photographing and videotaping women at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point -- including in a bathroom, officials said Wednesday.
Four Americans with terror ties killed since 2009
U.S. Attorney General and chief law enforcement official Eric Holder said that a total of four American citizens -- who are suspected to be involved in terrorist activities -- have been killed in military drone strikes since 2009.
Man who knew Boston suspect killed during FBI visit
The FBI said Wednesday that a man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was shot to death when he allegedly lunged at an FBI agent with a knife.
Six still unaccounted for in Oklahoma aftermath
Authorities still are working to find six adults who haven't been accounted for since the devastating tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City area earlier this week, officials said Wednesday.
Charges likely for couple after second child dies
A couple who believe in faith healing and who were on probation for their son's pneumonia death will likely face new criminal charges over the death of a second child, an attorney said Wednesday.
Appeals court allows retrial of capital murder suspect
A federal appeals court will allow a capital murder case to proceed against an accused drug kingpin from northern Virginia.
Ft. Hood murder suspect wants to fire lawyers, represent self
The Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas said Wednesday that he has decided to represent himself at his upcoming trial.
Children bitten by fox at Georgia elementary school
Judge orders divided jury to determine fate of Jodi Arias
Colorado governor delays execution of convicted killer
Police investigate video of man jumping on manatee
Father stands by 'hitchhiker' son accused of murder
IRS targeting may have included more groups
Palestinians have little faith in US peace effort
Investigators searched Holmes' bank records, iPod
Connecticut rail service returns to normal
IRS official says she did 'nothing wrong'
Infants among 10 kids killed during Oklahoma tornado
US test-launches intercontinental missile
Complaint accuses Exxon Mobil of anti-gay bias
Boston church official faces racketeering charges
US opens inspection into shuttered nuke plant
Pentagon wants $450M for Guantanamo prison
US Coast Guardsman admits desertion
Oklahoma twister a top-of-the-scale EF-5, officials say
Central, North Texas under tornado watch Tuesday evening
Fort Jackson commander faces adultery charges
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