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UN chief warns of consequences if no meeting is held on nuclear-weapons-free Mideast
Warren Buffettâ€™s Berkshire Hathaway stock hit a new milestone today, closing above $200,000 for the first time ever. What exactly is the Oracle of Omaha doing with his money?
Robin Williams' wife, Susan Schneider, has released a very telling statement a few days after his apparent suicide. Williams was found dead in his California home on Monday at the age of 63 and until now, statements from family and his rep have only said that the comedic legend was battling depression.
The Secret Service says it is "aware" of a photo that appeared to show an image of an ISIS (also known as ISIL or Islamic State) flag in front of the White House. If authentic, the photo show a hand holding up an image of an ISIS flag, displayed on a smartphone, on Pennsylvania Ave. in front of the White House fence. That area, closed off to street traffic, is frequented by thousands of tourists every day.
The 19-year-old American woman arrested in Bali in connection to her motherâ€™s gruesome murder has obtained a lawyer and remains in police custody on the island.
Meet the parents (and siblings, cousins and more!) of your favorite celebs.
Prosecutors rest corruption case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife
For Obama, addressing intersection of race and the law carries pitfalls and power
Protests continue five days after the shooting death of an unarmed teen.
The Florida college student accused of killing his friend out of jealousy over an ex-girlfriend had searched the Internet for information about unsolved murders, chloroform, sleeping pills and alibis, he said in court today.
Missouri state troopers are taking over security in the town of Ferguson, which has been roiled by riots and tough police response since the shooting of an unarmed teenager last week.
In the search for two missing Amish girls, authorities in upstate New York face a barrier unlike any other they have encountered before: They don't have photographs of the two girls.
Al Qaeda issued another, more urgent public plea Wednesday to the family of American hostage Warren Weinstein to pressure Washington to negotiate for his release, but his wife told ABC News she feels "powerless" to help free him after three years.