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U.S. Offers $50M Reward for Mexican Drug Suspects

The Department of State is offering up to $50 million for information leading to the arrests of 10 Mexican drug suspects accused of key roles in a violent organization estimated to have sold more than $1 billion worth of drugs in the United States.

Arab Christian Group Claims Freedom of Speech Violated

The leader of an Arab Christian evangelical group has filed suit against the city of Dearborn, Mich., claiming the city violated his First Amendment right to distribute literature on public property.

Reporter Catches D.C. Bus Driver Reading in Traffic

A reporter riding a D.C. Metro bus snapped a photo of the driver reading in traffic in the latest case of riders capturing Metro employees breaking the rules, MyFOXDC.com has reported.

Murder of Florida Couple Could've Been a Contract Hit

One of the eight suspects charged in the robbery and murder of a Florida couple told authorities he was paid between $20,000 and $50,000 to kill them, The Daily Beast reported.

Psychiatrist: Mom Couldn't Stop Herself From Killing Kid

A psychiatrist testified that a mother accused of the death of her 3-year-old daughter was so depressed she couldn't stop herself.

Report: Federal Documents Detail iPods Catching Fire

Apple iPods have burned users or caught fire more than dozen times, but neither company nor federal government has disclosed this, according to Seattle television station.