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Dream Florida beach house turns into nightmare when owners learn it's built on wrong lot
Trump casinos seek bankruptcy judge's approval to end union contact for Taj Mahal workers
Long a supporting player, J.K. Simmons moves to head of the class in 'Whiplash'
WTO rules in favor of US farmers in dispute with India over meat and egg exports
White House says Obama plans to wait until after the midterm to nominate an attorney general
Another American injured in gas station shooting.
Singer and "Two Broke Girls" star make first public appearance as a couple.
Clinton takes a "pot" shot at Colorado's marijuana law.
The Ebola epidemic could get dramatically worse with the rate of infection soaring to 10,000 new cases every week unless drastic measures are not taken within the next two months, the World Health Organization said today.
The sun gets freaky ahead of Halloween.
The actor watched a World Cup game, took in a show -- and drank a ton.
Protesters smashed windows and set fire to a government building in southern Mexico Monday, expressing fury over the disappearance of 43 young people believed abducted by local police linked to a drug cartel.
Police: Man dressed as Santa zombie enters strangers' St. Paul home, terrifies teenagers
Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola while treating a Liberian patient who died of the disease, received a potentially life-saving transfusion from Dr. Kent Brantly, the missionary doctor who beat the virus two months ago, ABC News has learned.
Protesters demand Philippine custody of US Marine suspected in killing of Filipino
Blockbuster London exhibition argues that Rembrandt, like wine, improved with age
Yemen Shiite rebels take Red Sea port, province near capital in new blitz to seize land
Supreme Court won't hear Iowa state senator's appeal in defamation case against rival
Supreme Court rejects appeal from group seeking release of government memo on phone records