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Extreme athlete Dean Potter and another man have died in a BASE jumping accident in Yosemite National Park, an official said Sunday.
At least 500 people have been killed in Ramadi while around 8,000 have fled, a spokesman for the governor of Anbar told NBC News.
The federal government will no longer provide heavy military equipment like tanks and grenade launchers to local cops, President Barack Obama will announce Monday.
Investigators haven't ruled out that the locomotive might have been hit by another object before derailing Tuesday.
The deadly brawl and shootout at a Waco sports bar involving the Bandidos is the latest bloody chapter for a group with a history steeped in violence.
Investigators believe more than one person was involved in the shocking murders of a married couple, their 10-year-old son and their housekeeper.
Card designer Emily McDowell struck a chord with people who are tired of platitudes and false cheer.
The State Department confirmed Monday that the two women who were taken following the raid that killed senior ISIS leader Abu Sayyaf in eastern Syria over the weekend are being held and debriefed for intelligence.
Manhattan's top prosecutor said Monday he plans to re-try the Etan Patz murder case, which ended in a mistrial earlier this month.
Katie Shipley was born with a rare chromosome disorder and has a form of dementia — she wasn't even supposed to live to see her 18th birthday.
Funeral Masses were held for two of the eight victims of last week's Amtrak crash, Laura Finamore, 47, and Bob Gildersleeve, 45.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called for strengthening U.S. intelligence gathering capabilities and downplayed privacy concerns expressed by some of his Republican colleagues during a foreign policy address Monday.
A Texas grand jury will not indict a police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed Mexican man which has made headlines in the U.S. and Mexico.
The hearing will determine whether automaker Fiat Chrysler failed to fix safety defects required in 20 recalls.
Indonesia's military chief has defended invasive virginity tests for female recruits as "a good thing" and the only way to judge their morality.
Texas-based restaurant chain Twin Peaks issued a statement saying they revoked the franchise status of the Waco location after a bizarre shootout.
A 102-year-old who was denied a Ph.D. by the Nazi regime in the 1930s is to finally receive the honor following the successful defense of her thesis.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the violent attack and robbery aboard a Brooklyn subway.