Real estate investors have paid a $2.9 million settlement to two women who were seriously injured when a deck on a rental house collapsed during a birthday barbecue, dropping 11 people about seven feet, according to the plaintiffs' attorney.
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A defiant county clerk went to jail Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, but five of her deputies agreed to comply with the law, ending a two-month church-state standoff in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Tom Brady learned Thursday he will start the season on the field after a judge lifted the league's four-game suspension of the star quarterback for a scandal over deflated footballs, saying he was treated unfairly by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The league quickly appealed.