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WEST PALM BEACH, FL - MAY 18: Rebecca Boni (R) joins with other protesters in front of the West Palm Beach federal courthouse where a judge will hear arguments in a case involving a young child whose parents are fighting over his circumcision on May 18, 2015 in West Palm Beach, Florida. The case pits the father, Dennis Nebus, against his estranged wife, Heather Hironimus, over his desire to circumcise their 4-year-old son. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images ) Fla. mom jailed in son's circumcision case due before judge

A Florida woman who has been jailed for a week after fleeing with her son to keep him from being circumcised is due back in court.

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BIGGS, CA - MAY 8: Water flows in an irrigation canal on May 8, 2015 in Biggs, California. As California enters its fourth year of severe drought, farmers are struggling to keep crops watered as wells run dry and government water allocations have been reduced or terminated. Many have opted to leave acres of their fields fallow. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images )
California water cuts move to those with century-old rights
California farmers who hold rights to water that date as far back as the Gold Rush are bracing for their first state-ordered conservation in decades, as a record drought prompts some of the deepest cuts yet in the country's most productive agricultural state.
Detroit, Michigan (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
Whites moving to Detroit, city that epitomized white flight
Whites are moving back to the American city that came to epitomize white flight, even as blacks continue to leave for the suburbs and the city's overall population shrinks.
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DEA wrapping up 4-state southern prescription drug crackdown
The Drug Enforcement Administration is raiding pain clinics, pharmacies and other locations in four southern states as part of a crackdown on prescription pain drug abuse.
WACO, TEXAS - MAY 18: Waco Police Department Public Affairs Officer Sgt. Patrick Swanton gives a press conference in front of the Twin Peaks restaurant May 18, 2015 in Waco, Texas. A shootout between rival biker gangs began in the afternoon May 17, led to nine dead, many injured and 170 arrerested.  (Erich Schlegel/Getty Images)
Some see differences between perceptions of Waco, Baltimore
Some civil rights activists and media critics are wondering about the differences between public perceptions of the fatal violence in Waco, Texas, and protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, over police killings of black men.
In this photo illustration, a woman smokes an e-cigarette. (File) (Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images)
Michigan Senate again looks to ban e-cigarettes for minors
Michigan lawmakers will again move to ban minors from using e-cigarettes despite Gov. Rick Snyder's continued opposition to the legislation because it would exclude the products from being regulated as tobacco under state law.
WACO, TX - MAY 18: Law enforcement officials sit at the scene of a motorcyle gang shootout theTwin Peaks restaurant May 18, 2015 in Waco, Texas. A shootout between rival biker gangs began in the afternoon May 17, led to nine dead, many injured and 170 arrerested. (Erich Schlegel/Getty Images )
Wife of biker inmate: Some arrested in Texas are innocent
The wife of a biker arrested after a deadly weekend shootout between motorcycle gangs says her husband did nothing wrong.
Oregon to test pay-per-mile idea as replacement for gas tax
Oregon is about to embark on a first-in-the-nation program that aims to charge car owners not for the fuel they use, but for the miles they drive.
Former astronaut John Glenn looks on at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) on September 24, 2009 in New York City. (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
John Glenn: Evolution should be taught in schools
John Glenn says facts about scientific discovery should be taught in schools — and that includes evolution.
American Mattress Manufacturing is recalling about 1,500 mattresses because they fail to meet the mandatory federal open flame standard for mattresses, posing a fire hazard to consumers. (CPSC)
Man found under mattress in NYC hotel identified
New York City police have identified the man found fatally injured under a mattress at a hotel blocks from the Empire State Building.
Hillary Clinton delivers her final speech as Secretary of State at the Council on Foreign Relations on January 31, 2013 in Washington, DC.  (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
Clinton: GOP attempt to revamp Dodd-Frank law is 'cynical'
Hillary Rodham Clinton says Republican-backed legislation revamping a financial regulation law is a "cynical attempt to game the system for those at the top."

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