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Police in Ocala City, Fla., arrest woman for allegedly stealing a box of wine.
Search warrant shows police believe school stabbing suspect behind phone threats to 2 students
Who in Silicon Valley doesn't have their own fleet of drones?
Oops. They shouldn't have let that one fly.
Only about one percent of taxpayers was audited last year, and this year the number is expected to be lower due to budget cuts at the IRS, Commissioner John Koskinen told the Associated Press this week.
Lawyer who defended bin Laden son-in-law pleads guilty to impeding IRS, faces up to 18 months
Google buys Titan Aerospace, maker of atmospheric satellites
SpaceX delays launch of space station supply ship less than 2 hours before planned liftoff
Mrs. Obama, 'first dogs' visits military families, share gifts at early Easter celebration
The WWE legend died days after induction into hall of fame.
New clothing and jewelry in time for next week's race.
The link between marital discord and hunger pangs.
The soon-to-be "Jersey Shore" mother is not happy about her pregnancy!
Chatter among terror groups suggests future threats.
As Boston prepares to hold its 2014 marathon a year after the attacks, security planning has been “on steroids,” with new preparations — both visible and less apparent — that draw on lessons learned last year, Gov. Deval Patrick said. “We’ve had every conceivable asset...
intro: Spoiler Alerts Below!!! "Game of Thrones" fans were shocked Sunday night when King Joffrey was killed off in epic fashion. Joffrey choked to death at his own wedding. What the what!! Some fans rejoiced that the evil king is now gone, while others will miss their favorite "GoT" character. "I knew from Day 1. When I got the part, I read the first book. And before that, I Googled the character summaries," Jack Gleeson, who plays Joffrey told EW. Here are some other TV deaths that had fans up in arms.
Bail set at $100,000 for man accused in Florida day care crash that killed 4-year-old girl
He seems to relish the fact -- even though he isn't totally committed.
A mentally ill man in Ohio spent five months shooting at drivers in 2003.