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Mom lies to protect pit bull that bit child’s face

On Sunday, two-year-old Gabrielle Looney was bitten on the face by her mother’s boyfriend’s pit bull. The couple took the injured little girl to the hospital, where her mother did the unthinkable. She lied to doctors and police about what happened to protect the dog.

College hires exotic dancers to recruit students in fraud scheme

A for-profit Florida college used exotic dancers as admissions officers, falsified documents and coached students to lie on financial forms as it fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in federal money, according to a federal lawsuit filed in Miami.

Sports Betting Spotlight: NFL Week 14

Matt Youmans, Kelly Stewart and Golden Nugget sports book director Tony Miller preview the college football and NFL weekend by offering 12 plays.

House declares Obama’s immigration action ‘null and void’

Emboldened House Republicans issued a stern but symbolic rebuke to President Barack Obama over immigration Thursday, passing a bill declaring his executive actions to curb deportations “null and void and without legal effect.”

Veteran told service dog not allowed on flight

A veteran and her service dog had no trouble flying to Nashville for Thanksgiving, but on her return trip, she was told her service dog wasn’t allowed on board.

Here’s what you need to see for more ‘Frozen’

Walt Disney Studios announced that its “Frozen”-inspired short film, “Frozen Fever,” will bow in theaters next year in front of its live-action version of a Disney classic.

Silicon Valley homeless camp cleared out

Police and social-workers on Thursday began clearing away one of the nation’s largest homeless encampments, a cluster of flimsy tents and plywood shelters that once housed more than 200 people in the heart of wealthy Silicon Valley.

CDC: Flu vaccine may not be good match for most common flu strain

A sampling of flu cases so far this season suggests the current flu vaccine may not be a good match for the most common seasonal flu strain currently circulating in the United States, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Wednesday.