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US Attorney General intends to expand circumstances to allow civil forfeiture


American Civil Liberties Union fights 24-hour abortion wait law


New law allows victims to sue on basis of being a victim of terror


Two suspects arrested in local church burglary; one remains at large


Freeport shipyard's Department of Homeland Security project sails smoothly


Governing Board of the Northwest Florida Water Management District re-appointments


Florida insurance companies in court


Bill filed to cap student loan interest rate


Car chase ends after suspect runs out of gas


Smishing: the latest scam


Factors outside of classroom affect students grades


State holds nearly $2 billion worth in unclaimed property


Attorney sues state for banning smoking medical marijuana


Seminole tribe's right to offer banked card games extended


Man sues state for failing to allow terminally ill patients to smoke cannabis


Florida man fights death sentence


Recent changes to Stand Your Ground law ruled unconstitutional


Cottondale woman's erratic driving leads to drug arrest


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Spike in 'Horrific' Acid Attacks Leaves Britons Shaken

British authorities are worried at the indiscriminate nature of the recent surge in horrific acid-based crimes.

A Date With Death: Inmates Given Cold-Case Calendars to Solve Crimes

The cold-case calendars will feature a photograph of a murder victim or missing person, as well as details about the case, for each week of the year.

Frozen in Time: What Glaciers Have Entombed Over the Years

The frozen bodies of a couple who went missing 75 years ago found in the Alps this week is just one of many secrets glaciers have revealed as they melted.

Errant U.S. Airstrike Kills 12 Afghan Police, Official Says

Twelve Afghan National Police officers were killed in an errant U.S. airstrike in Helmand province during operations against the Taliban, the police chief said.

Intelligence Chief: Agencies Agree Russia Meddled

Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, tells NBC's Lester Holt there is no dissent among U.S. spy agencies that Russia meddled in the election.