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Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 6:41pm

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Computer virus threatens online access this summer

UNDATED — Tens or even hundreds of thousands of computer users could be unable to get online this summer.

Justices to hear Arizona's appeal over controversial immigration law

PHOENIX -- The Supreme Court is poised to decide whether Arizona can enforce its controversial immigration law over the strong objections of the Obama administration. Oral arguments will be held Wednesday.

Biden says Democrats have chance in Arizona

Arizona has voted for only one Democratic presidential candidate in 60 years, but Vice President Joe Biden sounded a confident note in the state Thursday, telling a crowd at a fundraising event in Phoenix there was a chance to turn the state bl

Giuliani endorses Romney, downplays being running mate

One-time Mitt Romney rival Rudi Giuliani endorsed the all-but-certain Republican presidential nominee for president on Monday. And the former New York City mayor downplayed any chance he would be considered a running mate on the GOP ticket.

Gas survey reports its first price drop of the year

Average U.S. gasoline prices have dropped more than a nickel over the past two weeks, marking their first dip since December, according to a nationwide survey published Sunday.

Zimmerman to be released on bond; Apologizes to Trayvon Martin's family

CNN — George Zimmerman is to be released on $150,000 bond, a Florida judge ruled Friday.

Obama pushes to keep low student loan rates

WASHINGTON -- President Obama will use his bully pulpit to urge lawmakers to prevent a doubling of interest rates on federally subsidized student loans.

Zimmerman to be released on bond; Apologizes to Trayvon Martin's family

CNN — George Zimmerman is to be released on $150,000 bond, a Florida judge ruled Friday.

McDonald's employee spits in customer's tea

A South Carolina McDonald's employee is charged with unlawful and malicious tampering with food after customers reported finding phlegm in their tea, deputies said.

Search under way for body of first "milk carton child"

NEW YORK -- More than three decades after a 6-year-old boy disappeared on his way to a bus stop in New York City, police and federal investigators relaunched their search for him Thursday, scouring the basement of a commercial building in Lower