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What We Know: 52 inmates killed in prison riot in Mexico
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What We Know: 52 inmates killed in prison riot in Mexico
What We Know: Prison riot in northern Mexico kills 52 inmates and injures 12 others in one of the deadliest such melees in years

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Family awarded $53M in Kyle Field deadly demolition accident
Relatives of a demolition worker have been awarded $53 million over his 2013 death after he fell four stories during renovations of Texas A&M's Kyle Field
Man convicted in death of officer hit by another driver
Man convicted in death of officer hit by another driver
A suburban New York man has been found guilty of vehicular manslaughter and other charges in the death of a police officer even though the officer was struck and killed by another driver
AP Top News at 3:49 p.m. EST
AP Top News at 3:49 p.m. EST
Last hours of armed standoff play out online for listeners
Last hours of armed standoff play out online for listeners
The last armed occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge shouted, laughed and prayed for tens of thousands to hear online as they negotiated with authorities and spoke with supporters
AP Top U.S. News at 3:41 p.m. EST
AP Top U.S. News at 3:41 p.m. EST
Riot at prison in northern Mexico leaves 52 inmates dead
Riot at prison in northern Mexico leaves 52 inmates dead
The governor of Nuevo Leon state says 52 inmates were killed and 12 injured in a brawl between rival factions at a prison in northern Mexico
The Latest: Slain deputy served in Army from 1991-1999
The Latest: Slain deputy served in Army from 1991-1999
Senior Deputy Mark Logsdon, one of two Harford County sheriff's deputies who was shot and killed in a shootout on Wednesday in Abingdon, served in the Army and the National Guard
Colorado gun shop owner charged with illegally selling guns
A Colorado gun shop owner featured with his family on the reality show "American Guns" is accused of selling firearms after losing his federal license
Virginia school district nixes video on race after criticism
A school district in Virginia has decided not to use a video about race and affirmative action after it drew criticism from parents and made some students uncomfortable
US airstrikes target Islamic State in Afghanistan
U.S. officials say there have been about 20 airstrikes against Islamic State militants in eastern Afghanistan in the past three weeks, as the U.S. expands its fight against the insurgent group beyond Iraq and Syria
Breakthrough: Scientists detect Einstein's gravity ripples
Breakthrough: Scientists detect Einstein's gravity ripples
In a blockbuster announcement, scientists say they have finally detected gravitational waves _ the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago
Slain Maryland deputies were fathers, veterans of the force
Slain Maryland deputies were fathers, veterans of the force
In an emotional address, the Harford County sheriff Thursday identified two deputies who were fatally shot in the line of duty, marking the first such tragedy in the small suburban county since 1899
US markets trim losses in late trading
US markets trim losses in late trading
US stocks recovered somewhat from sharp losses after having followed global shares lower earlier in the day
Ex-Olympian to argue self-defense in domestic violence case
A lawyer for Olympic gold-medalist skier Picabo Street says she will be cleared of domestic violence and assault charges because she was defending herself a December fight with her father
Virginia school district nixes video on race after criticism
A school district in Virginia has decided not to use a video about race and affirmative action after it drew criticism from parents made some students uncomfortable
Rubio launches new attacks in jumbled South Carolina primary
Rubio launches new attacks in jumbled South Carolina primary
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio has launched new lines of attack on several of his rivals, questioning the foreign policy experience of Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump
Cruz app data collection helps campaign read minds of voters
Cruz app data collection helps campaign read minds of voters
Protecting the privacy of law-abiding citizens from the government is a pillar of Ted Cruz's Republican presidential candidacy, but his campaign is testing the limits of siphoning personal data from supporters
Water stations along Mexico border vandalized, shot
A humanitarian group in southern Arizona says six of its eight water stations for migrants in the Sonoran Desert have been vandalized, including one that was shot at and had the carcass of a coyote next to it
Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI
Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI
The last occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge have surrendered after a 41-day standoff
Man on trial charged with abducting teen he later married
Neighbors saw Isidro Garcia as a doting father who liked to host parties at his home with the wife he adored
Fargo police say officer shot during standoff won't survive
Fargo police say officer shot during standoff won't survive
A North Dakota police officer was near death Thursday after being hit by a gunshot while responding to a domestic disturbance
Clinton, Sanders to debate after splitting contests
Clinton, Sanders to debate after splitting contests
After splitting the first two voting contests, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders take their increasingly heated fight for the Democratic presidential nomination back to the debate stage Thursday
CDC ships Zika test for pregnant women; Puerto Rico at risk
CDC ships Zika test for pregnant women; Puerto Rico at risk
The government is shipping Zika virus tests for pregnant women to health departments around the country, but warning there could be temporary shortages, as travelers try to tell if they returned with an infection that could put a developing baby at risk
Campaign signs get new life to help people with disabilities
The huge Carly Fiorina signs along New Hampshire's Route 4 weren't enough to keep her campaign alive past Tuesday's presidential primary, but they could end up helping people with disabilities live more independently
Plane lands safely in Los Angeles after declaring emergency
An American Airlines plane with a mechanical problem landed safely Thursday after declaring an emergency and diverting to Los Angeles International Airport