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Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in North America because a transmission problem could cause them to roll away unexpectedly. The recall covers Dodge Dart compact cars from 2013 through 2016 with six-speed automatic transmissions.

300K Dodge Vehicles Recalled Due to 'Roll Away' Risk


Storms Blast South

Mueller Report Says Trump Sought to Seize Control of Russia Probe

Commission: New NAFTA Would Deliver Modest Economic Gains for US

Update: Short-circuit 'Likely Caused' Notre Dame Fire

3 Climbers Presumed Dead after Banff Avalanche

Trump Welcomes Wounded Warriors to White House

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Kremlin Says Kim Jong Un will Visit Russia this Month


Colombine "Obsessed" Woman Found Dead in Colorado Mountains


Fed Survey Finds Economy Expanding at Moderate Pace

US Trade Deficit Narrows to $49.4 Billion in February

Widow of US Soldier Deported to Mexico, Then Allowed Back

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Bishop: Notre Dame Cathedral Will be Closed Up to 6 Years
Arson Ruled Out in Notre Dame Fire for Now
Foxconn Head Says He's Stepping Back from Daily Operations
San Francisco Eyes Limits on Famed Crooked Street
Mexico Human Rights Commission: 8,800 Migrants in South
Iran's Parliament Labels Entire US Army as Terrorist
Sheriff: 3 Die in Small Plane Crash in Northern Mississippi
Study Finds Diabetes Drug May Prevent, Slow Kidney Disease

Mueller Report Says Trump Sought to Seize Control of Russia Probe

Minn., Wis. Lawmakers React to Mueller Report

Marijuana Advocates Trying Again for Wisconsin Legalization

Family: Boy Thrown from Mall of America Balcony Recovering


2 Top Deputies Resign from Chicago Prosecutor's Office

Feds Seek 180 Years for Iowa Coach who Exploited 400 Boys

Mich. Woman Gets Jail for Running over Son in School Parking Lot

Legislature Passes Bill Funding Minot, Fargo Flood Projects

Baby, Toddler, Man Found Dead in NE Wisconsin Home

AP: Failures Caused Toxic Gas Leak at Iowa Police Academy

Partner of Accused Cop Says He Feared Ambush

Man Fatally Shot by Law Enforcement in Suburban Twin Cities

Bankers Survey: March Floods in Midwest Hitting Farmers Hard

Officials Use New Tech to Study Midwest Flood Impacts

Foxconn Says It's Committed to Wisconsin Job Creation

Canadian Sentenced to Life in Flint Airport Attack

Mudslides Close Highway 169 near Mankato

Evers Says 13,000 Foxconn Jobs is 'Unrealistic'

FDA OKs 1st Generic Nasal Spray of Overdose Reversal Drug
Researchers: Virus Linked to Polio-Like Illness
Brands Roll with Stoner 'Holiday' as Pot Legalization Grows
Honda Cutting Accord, Civic Production as Buyers Shift to SUVs
UMD Grad, Entrepreneur Develops App Aimed to Tackle 'Loneliness Epidemic'
'All in the Family,' 'Jeffersons' Rebooted for Live ABC Special

World & National

American Airlines Cancels Max Flights Through Mid-August


GOP States Discover a Tax Hike They Have to Like: For Roads


Sending Migrants to Sanctuary Cities Not Top Choice for Trump


FIFA Head wants Refs to End Soccer Games if Racism Persists


Trump Wields Presidential Power on Pipeline, Energy Projects


Migrants Break Border Gate, Force Their Way into Mexico


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Tips Sought on Northern Wis. Dog Poisonings

This poison was recovered at the scene of a dog death in northern Wisconsin.

Canada Lynx Caught in Michigan's Thumb Moved to UP

With a cautious glance, a female Canada lynx walks free from a wildlife carrier into a Schoolcraft County forest.

Crow Wing Co. Farm Closes under Deal to Contain Deer Disease

Crow Wing Co. Farm Closes under Deal to Contain Deer Disease

Wis. Outdoor Enthusiasts Support CWD Bounties Program

Wis. Outdoor Enthusiasts Support CWD Bounties Program

Fake Eggs are Spying on Whooping Cranes to Boost Survival

Fake Eggs are Spying on Whooping Cranes to Boost Survival

New Fishing Season, Regulations Take Effect in Michigan

New Fishing Season, Regulations Take Effect in Michigan

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