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Defense says Boston bombing suspect's friend was naive, but prosecutors call him a conspirator
Locally-grown food reaches larger markets and becomes a bigger business with government help
Person familiar with deal: Hornets agree to terms on 3-year deal with SG Lance Stephenson
Bank of America's income falls, takes $4 billion of litigation costs; Settles with AIG
Obama, Kerry discussing 'path forward' on Iran nuclear talks as deadline looms
Erin Andrews is on cloud 9. Earlier this week, news broke that she would be taking over the top spot on the sidelines for Fox, replacing Pam Oliver who is entering her 20th and final season with the network. Andrews told ABC News that the amazing opportunity is definitely "a dream come true" for the veteran sports reporter. Not to mention Andrews confirmed that she'll be back for "Dancing with the Stars" as co-host.
Alleged loot included a TV, but cops zeroed in on one vanilla-fudge cone.
A Colorado man who searched tirelessly for his lost dog was reunited with his beagle eight weeks later when the dog was hit by car 50 miles away from home.
Texas woman gets 18 years in prison for sending ricin-laced letters to Obama, Bloomberg
Cab drivers are hoping "charm school" lessons may give them a leg up against competition from startups like Lyft and Uber.
Israel launched a new round of airstrikes today, targeting senior Hamas officials in the enduring conflict with militants in Gaza.
Amid sharp budget cuts to fire departments across country, one Iowa fire department chief has gone on a hunger strike to make a public plea â€” his small town fire station is underfunded and needs help.
Arizona tea party candidate apologizes for his erroneous tweet.
BMW recalls 1.6M 3-Series cars to fix air bag problem that's affecting global auto industry
Jim Valvano's 1993 ESPYS speech is as powerful today as it was 21 years ago.
The alleged call girl accused of injecting a Google executive with a lethal dose of heroin aboard his yacht pleaded not guilty to manslaughter charges today.
Photos commemorating the life of JFK Jr.