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Venezuela investigates Chilean's shooting death; authorities clear barricades in western state
Pa. woman abandoned in Burger King bathroom as a newborn uses Facebook to seek birth mom
And how will they keep their energy up?
Roy Ortiz knows he is lucky to be alive after spending two hours in a submerged car, but the Colorado man said divers should have been faster to free him.
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Police report: Mom blamed husband for abuse after she drove kids into ocean off Florida beach
Mark Adamsson died in Dominican Republic.
Lawsuit seeks to stop visitors center at site of Vanderbilt's Breakers mansion in Rhode Island
Natural gas drillers have drummed up new demand, but haven't shown they can deliver supplies
Travel agents questioned on stolen passports linked to missing Malaysia Airlines jet
US lawmakers want an end to 'presumptive ban' on devout Sikhs serving in military
EBay rejects Carl Icahn's director nominees, urges reelection of its 4 directors
This past Sunday at the South By Southwest (SXSW) music, film and interactive conference in Austin, Texas, filmmaker Davis Guggenheim previewed his latest documentary, "Spent: Looking for Change".
Looks like things are heating up again for on again, off again couple Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. While in town for South by Southwest, Gomez and Bieber had a private breakfast/lunch together at Don Pepe's McAllen Mexican restaurant on Friday. Don Pepe's manager Raul Mares said the couple's people called around 10:30 a.m. that day sking for a private meal. After at first saying "No," Mares called his restaurant's owner and they said it was okay, so the duo came in aroun 11 a.m. "It was Selena, Justin, his bodyguards and two other people," he said. "One looked like a friend and the other maybe a manager, someon who pays the bills."
Critics say the proposed limit violates the First Amendment.
The animal lover died shortly after he was attacked by a stingray.
Putting your spouse before your children is key.
"March Madness" not only refers to the single-elimination NCAA basketball finals but also gas prices in the U.S.
The man convicted of perpetrating one of the most gruesome and notorious mass killings in Chicago area history has been awarded nearly a half million dollars in a civil lawsuit against a prison guard accused of punching him in the face.
Elisabeth Moss, 31, bares her body and thoughts for the March 10 issue of New York Magazine. Moss is all smiles on the cover of the magazine, but she tells the magazine that her short-lived nuptial to Fred Armisen, 47, was anything but happy. The...