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Washington state prosecutors say former police officer murdered a prostitute in 1986, and may have killed more women he recorded sex acts with. KHQ's Cynthia Johnson reports.
Victim advocates say they should have called police right away, but at least one expert say the delay is understandable.
Usaamah Abdullah Rahim had no connections to ISIS and was under suspicion simply because he was a Muslim, his aunt said Thursday.
The National Institutes of Health has suspended all manufacturing of medical products after finding that some were contaminated with fungus.
At least 150 people were killed when a gas station in Ghana's capital blew up while many were sheltering there from a torrential rainfall.
At least 150 people were killed when a gas station in Ghana's capital blew up while many people were sheltering there from a torrential rainfall.
A new, low-cost, blood test can find just about every virus you ever caught in a single drop of blood.
Texas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment.
In subtle but obvious ways, the Republican Party has given a signal to Perry: he will not be getting a second chance.
There are lessons straight couples might learn from the process many same-sex couples use to divvy up household tasks.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says it has found no evidence that hydraulic fracking has "widespread, systemic impacts" on drinking water.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry kicked off his second presidential bid on Thursday with one distinction no other candidate in the field can claim: He's the only one running while under felony indictment.
Former Delaware attorney general Beau Biden's flag-draped casket is escorted by pallbearers into Delaware's state capital for a memorial service.
A judge has thrown out a lawsuit over $1.65 million in gambling debts against the owner of racehorse American Pharoah.
A Staten Island plumber who won a $136 million Powerball jackpot says he wants to keep working — but also plans to "relax a little more."
The top 10 places for jobs all are in cities dotting the western two-thirds of the country, according to a recent study conducted by WalletHub.com.
Barnard College has decided to admit people who identify as female, but who were born biologically male.