Butler County Times Gazette
Updated at 4:05 AM

TELOLOAPAN, Mexico (AP) " Carlos Sanchez lay in the backseat of a Honda sedan with his head in his wife's lap, an oxygen tube in his nose, IV in his arm and three bullets in his body. The 36-year-old taco vendor cried out in pain at every bump on the pitch-dark highway to the city of Iguala.

Updated at 3:55 AM

BANGKOK (AP) " A military court in Thailand on Tuesday indicted two men police say carried out a deadly August bombing at a central Bangkok shrine that left 20 people dead and more than 120 injured.

Updated at 3:39 AM

IRVING, Texas (AP) " Attorneys for a 14-year-old Muslim boy arrested after the homemade clock he took to his Dallas-area school was mistaken for a possible bomb said Monday he was publicly mistreated and deserves $15 million.

Updated at 3:35 AM

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) " Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the U.S. should engage in much more aggressive interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects as he continues to push a hard line on national security after the Paris attacks.

Updated at 3:24 AM

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Monday's episode ofCastle. Read at your own risk.] Christmas came a little early for

Updated at 3:05 AM

RENO, Nev. (AP) " Hard-line stances against admitting refugees to the United States are a mistake because they hurt law enforcement's ability to build ties within Muslim communities, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said on...

Updated at 3:00 AM

[WARNING: The following includes spoilers from Monday's winter finale of Blindspot. Read at your own risk!] The

Updated at 2:53 AM

[Warning: The following contains spoilers for Monday's episode of Jane The Virgin. Read at your own risk!]

Updated at 2:37 AM

They're systematic, hydromatic, ultramatic...why, they're Grease-d lightning! We've finally seen the first images of the cast of Fox's

Updated at 2:26 AM

Here we are: Bindi Irwin and the boys have made it all the way to Part 1 of the

Updated at 2:02 AM

NEW YORK (AP) " The U.S. government can keep secret various memos related to its legal justification for using drones to kill citizens suspected of terrorism overseas, a federal appeals court said in a decision unsealed Monday.

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