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At trial of former al-Qaida spokesman, American testifies he met bin Laden before 9/11 attacks
Massachusetts sheriff: Complaint sought against former NFL star Hernandez in jail fight
WFAA-TV reporter Gloria Campos is retiring after 30 years on the job.
Leaders held second phone call since tensions have escalated in Ukraine.
Automotive students and faculty at a community college in Washington are distraught, after learning that the schools beloved 1992, one of a kind, $250,000 Dodge Viper, has been ordered to be destroyed by the cars manufacture, Chrysler.
Official: Groping accusation leveled against Army lawyer who trains prosecutors in sex cases
Massachusetts lawmakers OK bill outlawing 'upskirt' photos after court says photos not illegal
Obama orders Russia sanctions, declares US won't let Russia carve up Ukraine; EU more cautious
Humans have long used animals as means to wage war. Historians at the University of Pennsylvania recently uncovered illustrations from the 1500s that show cats and doves with some kind of jetpacks strapped to their backs. The pictures were accompanied by instructions to use the cats to set fire to a castle or city.
Cuban defector Jose Abreu homers for White Sox in 6-6 tie with Royals
Texas Giant roller coaster manufacturer blames Six Flags for woman's death last year
Derek Jeter ends 0-for-10 slide at start of spring training as Yankees beat Phils 4-3
Girl Scout cookies may be pricier than store-bought baked goods, but they shouldn't be 20 times the cost of what you intend to pay.
The victim died from his burns 13 years later.
Hubble Space Telescope captures shattering asteroid, at least 10 pieces seen in photos
Some legendary singers visited Michelle Obama in Washington.
Will Conflict in the Ukraine Impact Chemical Weapons Removal in Syria?
Woman's mummified body found inside garage of foreclosed Detroit-area home
Senators say government too slow to write safety rules after freight, commuter train crashes