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Sex-toy company alleges 'sexism' and 'censorship' in lawsuit over blocked NYC subway ads

By Danielle Wallace

A startup company that manufactures sex toys for women filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the operator of New York City's subway system, accusing the state-run Metropolitan Transportation Authority of sexism and illegal censorship for refusing to run its ads since November.

PG&E to pay $1 billion to local governments for catastrophic wildfires

By Louis Casiano

California utility Pacific Gas and Electric has agreed to pay $1 billion to 14 local governments for igniting several devastating wildfires that destroyed thousands of homes and nearly wiped out one town. 

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Prosecutors: Suspect made album art with church arson photos

Federal prosecutors say the suspect in three Louisiana church arsons took photos and videos of the fires while they were burning and shared them with his friends.

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California warehouse fire defendant: No one was in charge

By DAISY NGUYEN

One of two men blamed for a warehouse fire that killed 36 people in the San Francisco Bay Area two years ago will get a chance to testify in court.

Weather Service confirms 9 tornadoes in central Indiana

The National Weather Service says at least nine tornadoes struck Indiana, damaging a school and other buildings and downing trees.

1 of 2 blamed in deadly California warehouse fire to testify

One of two men blamed for a warehouse fire that killed 36 people in the San Francisco Bay Area two years ago will get a chance to testify in court.

California farmers furious over delayed payments for land seized in high-speed rail push

By Andrew O'Reilly

Farmers up and down California’s Central Valley are up in arms over the state seizing their land to build its long-awaited high-speed railway and then failing to pay the hundreds of thousands of dollars owed them for years.

California farmers furious over delayed payments for land seized in high-speed rail push

By Andrew O'Reilly

Farmers up and down California’s Central Valley are up in arms over the state seizing their land to build its long-awaited high-speed railway and then failing to pay the hundreds of thousands of dollars owed them for years.

Delaware: Police officer indicted in fatal 5-car pileup

A police officer in Delaware has been indicted on criminal charges for a deadly five-car crash that resulted in a woman's death last year.

Hero teen, toddler he tried to save die of injuries from Bronx fire

A 3-year-old girl and the hero teen who ran back into a burning Bronx apartment building to save the child earlier this week have both died, a family member and officials said Wednesday.

Federal hate crime charges filed in black church fires

By KEVIN McGILL

The U.S. Justice Department says it's filing federal hate crime charges against a Louisiana man in connection with three fires that destroyed African American churches earlier this year.

Family: Chicago woman's death due to lack of police training

By DON BABWIN

An 84-year-old woman's death in a traffic collision involving two Chicago police vehicles last month was a direct result of both a lack of officer training and "recklessly" speeding along city streets, relatives of the woman said Tuesday.

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