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At least 16 people are dead after the ventilation grate they were standing on collapsed at an outdoor pop concert in South Korea today. Several others are injured.
"The tabloids are at me; my mother's at me," Portia de Rossi said.
The four men arrested in London on terrorism charges allegedly had a silenced weapon and had conducted "hostile reconnaissance" of a police station and an army barracks, local police said today.
Trooper wounded in Pennsylvania barracks ambush leaves hospital, still faces long recovery
Florida man gets life in prison without parole for teen's killing in dispute over loud music
Oscar Pistorius should be sent to prison for at least 10 years for shooting his girlfriend, a prosecutor said today while Pistorius' lawyer invoked the spirit of Ubuntu, an African term that includes compassion.
Lawmakers are pushing the Obama administration to take bold new steps on Ebola
Another comeback for Richard Nixon in Harry Shearer's series based on the White House tapes
Republican National Committee borrows $5M to send cash to Senate, House campaign committees
Nigeria government and Boko Haram extremists agree to immediate cease-fire, defense chief says
A Utah man accused of shooting his wife to death after a night of drinking and watching the TV show "Dexter" is expected back on the stand this morning to face questioning from prosecutors.
Unseasonable storms kill at least 20 people at height of trekking season.