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Senate to vote on proposed Internet sales tax law

The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on a long-debated Internet sales tax law Monday, paving the way for millions of consumers to start paying sales tax on online purchases.

9/11 museum admission fee plan angers some victims families

Some families of 9/11 victims are outraged over the National September 11 Memorial Museum's decision to charge admission for visitors.

Limo erupts in flames; 5 women die

A limousine carrying nine women burst into flames on a bridge over the San Francisco Bay on Saturday night, leaving five of them dead and the rest hospitalized, California Highway Patrol officials said.

Referee punched in face by teen player dies

A referee for a recreational soccer league who was punched in the face by a teenager has died, police in Salt Lake City said.

My First Rifle: The business of selling guns for kids

The shooting of a two-year-old girl by her five-year-old brother has put a spotlight on smaller guns designed for children.

Temple Police investigating a bank robbery and need your help

Temple Police are asking for the public's help in finding a vehicle suspected of being involved in a bank robbery.

Coast Guard helps baby from a disabled boat

Coast Guard helps an 18 month old baby from a disabled boat near Annapolils, Maryland. The Coast Guard helped the family by taking them off a disabled boat about 500 yards off shore from Sherwood Forest.

Today is Cinco De Mayo

It's Cinco De Mayo a day of celebration for people across the United States and parts of Mexico. Singing, dancing, margaritas, and guacamole are just some of the traditions used to mark the fifth day of may.

Witness names released for Benghazi hearing

A senior Republican has released names of witnesses for a Wednesday congressional hearing on the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, including two characterized by Republicans as whistleblowers.