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Brazil driver runs over 15 people as they left church; At least 2 in grave condition
2 Mark Rothko paintings owned by Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon star at New York art auction
China uses meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders to boost regional role with trade, finance pacts
Google will use NASA site in Bay Area for space, aviation, robotics projects
Continental Resources chairman ordered to pay ex-wife nearly $1 billion in divorce settlement
The whistles were part of its Happy Meal giveaway.
The prosecutor in Middlesex County, N.J., will not seek to have any of the seven defendants in the Sayreville High School hazing case tried in adult court, sources told ABC News.
On the heels of a net neutrality ruling, President Obama released a video today supporting a free and open Internet.
Dolphins' Albert out for season with right knee injury; rookie replaces him at left tackle
Former CEO of failed Missouri artificial sweetener plant sentenced to 7 years for theft, fraud
Rockies, Upper Midwest get blast of wintry weather, as frigid air pushes into several states
First lady Michelle Obama honors educators, youth in community arts and humanities programs
Chicago's Jose Abreu unanimous pick as AL Rookie of the Year; Mets' deGrom wins NL honor
Dr. Craig Spencer was diagnosed after treating Ebola patients in Guinea.
A rare c-section complication stopped this mother's heart, but she survived.
Armed man who took hostages at Oklahoma workplace surrenders peacefully; no injuries reported
A private jet carrying a prominent Bahamian pastor and eight others en route to a religious conference crashed at a shipyard recycling facility less than five miles away from the airport where they were scheduled to land.
15 hikers from California church group were tired, waited overnight in wilderness for rescue
The man investigators say was behind an expansive phony debt collection scheme highlighted in an ABC News investigation has pleaded guilty to four charges of fraud.
President Obama waded into the controversial issue known as net neutrality today, expressing his opposition against proposed measures he said would "end the Internet as we know it," by allowing service providers to create fast and slow lanes.