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Texas executes ex-gang member for the 2000 shooting deaths of 3 rivals in San Antonio
Ladd scores 2, Little has 3 assists in Jets' 4-3 win over Islanders
Connecticut dad sues after daughter barred from school over fear she may have Ebola exposure
An unmanned space station supply rocket exploded tonight six seconds after launch from Wallops Island, Virginia. No one was injured at the launch facility but the rocket was totally destroyed.
Veterinarian's X-ray reveals sick tortoise in south Florida had swallowed small turtle pendant
Mississippi State, Florida State, Auburn, Ole Miss hold top 4 spots in 1st playoff rankings
Operators flying drones, model planes near stadiums could face up to a year in jail, FAA says
Los Angeles judge finalizes actress Jane Lynch's divorce from psychologist
Half-built hotel casino tower at the center of trial starting in Las Vegas
Sheriff: Manhunt catches suspected gunman after 2 shot outside North Carolina courthouse
The horrors of heroin have plagued the neighborhoods of St. Louis in recent years, spreading outside of the city into the manicured lawns of suburbia.
'House of Cards' actress Elizabeth Norment, who played Kevin Spacey's secretary on the hit Netflix show, has died. She was 61 years old.
Navajo president vetoes language-fluency changes in setback for candidate for tribe's top post
Judge sets date for New Jersey, sports leagues to argue sports betting temporary ban
All your 2014 questions answered.
North Dakota court ruling upholds 2011 law effectively making drug-induced abortions illegal
House Republicans are making liberal use of unpopular president in their late-campaign ads
Today, Marvel Studios held a big announcement at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood and the news was big! With the likes of "Avengers" director Joss Whedon in the audience, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige took the stage and said the company was announcing Phase 3 of the Marvel movies. That list is below. The big news came when the next two guys hit the stage. Later in the day, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans took the stage to announce "Captain America: Civil War," which will presumably feature the Cap and Iron Man facing off on May 6, 2016. "This is heartbreaking for me..." Evans said.
Bill Clinton holds 2nd rally for embattled Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in Colorado