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Jazmine Reeves said her retirement was "bittersweet."
Blizzard reveals new shoot-'em-up video game 'Overwatch' at fan-centric BlizzCon expo
LOLcats, nude photos and murder _ is 4chan the Web's underbelly?
No women allowed: LA adventure club votes to continue as a men-only institution
Records: Woman who fell to death in Colorado national park had $.4.5 million in life insurance
'Obamacare' heading back to Supreme Court: Case challenges the health law's crucial subsidies
Burglars hit home of family grieving Hawaii man's death, steal widow's wedding ring
Two Colorado cops went above and beyond the call of duty after an 86-year-old great-grandmother was robbed while grocery shopping, police said.
The CIA has been having their own version of a 'Flashback Friday' on Twitter as they used the 35th anniversary of the Iran hostage crisis as a way to dispell some of the exaggerations in the Academy Award-winning film Argo.
A massive storm is expected to batter the entire western half of Alaska late today and Saturday, with wave heights close to 50 feet in the Aleutian Islands.
In front of all their friends and their 10-year-old son, Clark and Valerie Tate came together for a special ceremony on a California beach. But this couple wasn't renewing their vows. They were ???uncoupling.???
A nude beach had a false Ebola alarm when a boat of West Africans showed up.
Alabama high-stakes dog fighting organizer sentenced to 8 years, 4 times longer than Vick
Study finds people mistakenly think they're allergic.
Ukraine accuses Russia of sending in dozens of tanks, other heavy weapons into rebel-held east
Delvin Barnes, the man suspected of abducting a woman in Philadelphia and a teenager in Virginia, was put on a suicide watch in a Virginia jail today.
Ford replaces European chief executive amid widening losses
Chimpanzee at Albuquerque, New Mexico, zoo gives birth to healthy twins
Indiana: Devin Davis expected to be released from hospital after recovering from head injury
Obama authorizes US military to send up to 1,500 more troops to Iraq