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Poll: You don't want U.S. aid dollars in Egypt

More than half of all Americans say the U.S. should cut off military aid to Egypt, according to a new poll.

New Jersey outlaws gay conversion therapy for minors

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- New Jersey became the second state to forbid gay conversion therapy for minors when Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation into law Monday banning the highly controversial practice.

President Obama meets with financial regulators Monday

President Barack Obama met Monday afternoon with "independent financial regulators" to discuss reforms to the banking industry and improvements in the housing market.

Andrea Sneiderman guilty of perjury, hindering apprehension of a criminal

A jury found Andrea Sneiderman, a Georgia widow charged in connection with her husband's 2010 murder, guilty Monday of nine of the 13 counts against her. Jurors had been deliberating the case since Thursday afternoon.

Air Force bomber crashes in Montana

An American B-1B bomber crashed in Montana on Monday during a routine training mission, the Air Force said in a statement. The crew of four ejected and injuries were reported although further details were not available.

Jury selection begins in Brunswick baby killing

(CNN) -- The almost unimaginable crime made national headlines when it happened. Two teen boys allegedly walked up to a mother demanding money, then shot her 13-month-old boy in the face in his stroller.

From 300 pounds to 175-pound 'ninja'

(CNN) -- All that stood between Tim McCarty and the thrill-promising roller coaster was a seat belt. If he could just buckle it, he and his children would zoom to 53 miles an hour in the first three seconds.

'Swamp People' star causes major wreck, injuring one in downtown Shreveport

Troy Broussard of “Swamp People," on The History Channel, caused a major accident, injuring one, in downtown Shreveport, Monday morning.

Plan to convert roads to gravel begins despite pushback

A Cairo criminal court acquitted former President Hosni Mubarak of one of the many cases for which he is detained, Egyptian state TV reported Monday.

Alaska hunter mauled by bear survives 36 hours in wilderness

A hunter mauled by a bear in Alaska survived 36 hours in the remote wilderness before rescuers using night-vision goggles found him, the Alaska National Guard said.