National: Breaking US stories from Fox News

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Here is the latest US News from Fox News.

Police officer charged after allegedly punching woman during traffic stop
A Pennsylvania police officer lied about the reason behind a traffic stop, then smashed the motorist’s cellphone and punched her in the face after pulling her over without sufficient cause, prosecutors said.

US says Iraqi forces have retaken southwestern town of Rutba
U.S. military officials say Iraqi forces have retaken the southwestern town of Rutba after Islamic State fighters who had occupied the town fled or put up only light resistance.

Veteran returns lost Purple Heart, dog tags to fellow vet
A Vietnam veteran was reunited with his missing Purple Heart and dog tags thanks to the kindness of another veteran.

Psychiatrist dubbed ‘Dr. Death’ accused of murder in pain pill overdoses
A Georgia psychiatrist has been indicted on three counts of felony murder and 59 counts of unauthorized distribution of pain medicine prescriptions after at least 12 of his patients died of overdoses.

Michigan man charged after allegedly using fake $100 bill to pay stripper
A Michigan man is facing charges after a stripper was paid with a counterfeit $100 bill following a lap dance.

Key hearing next for man charged with killing 6 in Michigan
A judge is holding a key hearing to determine whether a Michigan man will go to trial for random shootings that killed six people and injured two more.

Jury selection to begin in Peterson murder-for-hire trial
Jury selection is set to begin in the murder-for-hire trial of a former suburban Chicago police officer accused of plotting to kill the prosecutor who put him behind bars in his third wife’s death.

Woman accused of assaulting 97-year-old in wheelchair
A Massachusetts woman is accused of assaulting a 97-year-old woman in a wheelchair at a supermarket in Connecticut.

The last of Hawaii’s wild donkeys to be prepped for adoption
The last 50 wild donkeys of a herd on Hawaii’s Big Island will be rounded up to mark the final step in a six-year effort to get them in adoptive homes.

Hearing set for suspect in killing of former Saints star
The suspect in the April shooting death of retired New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith is set for a Friday court hearing.

Hearing set for 2 students charged in Virginia teen’s death
Two former Virginia Tech students charged in the disappearance and death of a 13-year-old girl are due in court for a preliminary hearing.

Man accused of shooting ex-girlfriend near hospital dies
Baltimore County police say a man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend outside a hospital has died after he shot himself when police tried to arrest him.

Rope burn to neck of black girl, 12, ignites dispute
A rope burn a 12-year-old black Waco girl received around her neck during an overnight school campout has left the girl’s mother asking if her daughter was victimized by racially motivated bullying by sixth-grade classmates.

Texas city sells church patch of park surrounding cross
A Southeast Texas city has sold a local church a 20-by-20-foot patch of a city park surrounding a cross that has been at the center of a First Amendment argument.

Parents accept diploma for Californian slain in Paris attack
The parents of a Southern California woman killed in the November terror attacks in Paris have accepted the diploma she never lived to receive.

Texas girl’s neck burn from school outing ignites dispute
A Texas school has come under fire after a black 12-year-old girl came home from an overnight school campout with a rope burn around her neck.

Ohio father, son accused of keeping 13-year-old girl shackled in basement
A former Toledo, Ohio firefighter and his son were arraigned Thursday for allegedly kidnapping a 13-year-old relative and keeping her chained up in a basement for as long as a year.

San Francisco’s police chief resigns amid racial issues
San Francisco’s police chief resigned Thursday at the request of the mayor hours after an officer fatally shot a young black woman driving a stolen car — the culmination of several racially charged incidents in the past year.

Buddy Cianci’s family sorts through what he left behind
When former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci (see-AN’-see) died unexpectedly in January, he left behind several charitable and business ventures, including his self-branded pasta sauce, a scholarship fund and plans for a library to house 40 years’ worth of memorabilia.

Social media posts may affect sentence in fatal NY drag race
A suburban New York teenager who participated in a 2014 drag race that killed five other teens may have hurt his chances for leniency with a series of insensitive social media posts including one that disparaged police.

Grand jury report criticizes Oklahoma officials over botched executions
A grand jury investigating three botched executions in Oklahoma found that state officials in charge of the process were “careless, cavalier and in some circumstances dismissive of established procedures,” but did not hand down any indictments.

The Latest: 2 charged in slaying of 6 Chicago family members
The Latest on the arrests in the Chicago deaths of six family members (all times local): 5:30 p.m.

Group says wounded Idaho veteran climbs Mount Everest
A group that helps wounded veterans says a 30-year-old Idaho native has become the first combat wounded veteran to climb Mount Everest.

3 Ways to Make Progress on a Significant Goal — Today
Finding time is futile, creating it is necessary. Use these three steps to create the time to achieve your goals.

Charges dropped against 2 reporters covering Ferguson unrest
Prosecutors have dropped charges of trespassing and interference with police officers against two reporters arrested while covering the 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri.

FBI adds LA and Chicago area suspects to 10 Most Wanted list
The FBI added two men to its 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list Thursday: A Chicago-area man suspected in a teenager’s 2009 killing and a Los Angeles man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend last month.

San Francisco’s police chief resigns amid racial issues
San Francisco’s police chief resigned Thursday at the request of the mayor hours after an officer fatally shot a young black woman driving a stolen car — the culmination of several racially charged incidents in the past year.

Police: 2 charged in killings of 6 family members in Chicago
Police announced charges Thursday in the February slayings of six family members found in a Chicago home, alleging that a cousin and his girlfriend committed the “unspeakable act” in what started as a robbery.

Colorado theater not to blame for shooting, jury says
A verdict saying a Colorado movie theater could not have safeguarded against a shooting that left 12 people dead likely prevented a major shift in how people go to the movies by keeping the onus on the killer, rather than the public venue he chose to attack.

Suspects arrested in slayings of 6 family members in Chicago
Chicago police say they’ve arrested two suspects in the slayings of six family members whose bodies were found in a house in February.

7 Ways to Get Your Customers to Actively Promote Your Brand
Brand loyalty is all well and good. But what you want is brand evangelism.

Section of bridge collapses on Oklahoma City expressway after struck by truck
A section of a bridge collapsed onto an expressway in Oklahoma City Thursday after it was struck by a semi-truck, officials said.

The Still-Not-Here-Yet Paperless Office
Going paperless is an investment that has proven its worth.

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