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A former Georgetown University student accused of making ricin in his dorm room pleaded guilty Monday.
One in five parents of young children admits “bending the rules” when carpooling, letting children ride without car seats and even seatbelts.
President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later Tuesday.
CoverGirl recently debuted a series of advertisements encouraging female fans to "Get Your Face On" with makeup matching their favorite team's colors.
Belgian murderer and rapist serving a life sentence is to be allowed to have doctors end his life following a ground-breaking ruling.
An astronaut-led group has launched a contest to give away trips to space in return for the impact those who go can make to the world.
Week 2 of Monday Night Football kicks off with a match-up between the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts.
Army Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins, 80, and Army Spc. Donald P. Sloat, who died in combat were awarded the Medal of Honor Monday.
The league has put a female executive in charge of "social responsibility" and hired three women who are domestic violence and sexual assault experts.
The NFL is scrambling for good-news daylight like a frantic quarterback, but as a brand, America’s game appears indestructible, experts agree.
Close to one in five men admits he has hit, slapped, kicked or otherwise attacked a wife or girlfriend, researchers say.
Los Angeles Police Department officials believe that an officer who handcuffed Daniele Watts did the right thing, sources told NBC News.
Seismologists say no one should be surprised if a magnitude-9 megaquake crops up almost anywhere around the Pacific Ocean's "Ring of Fire."
In the latest installment of will-she-or-won't-she run for president, Hillary Clinton's visit to Iowa this weekend is stirring 2016 speculation.
Michael Bell, the head of the New Devices Group at Intel, is trying to shake things up at the semiconductor behemoth. Surprisingly, he's doing that by encouraging the researchers to address public needs, even if they're silly.
A judge has ruled that a Florida woman can pursue her lawsuit alleging the government invaded her privacy in the scandal over David Petraeus.
Popes rarely preside over public marriage ceremonies, but when they do, they tend to be linked to moments when the Church is trying to make a bigger point.
Ultimate Frisbee might be the one of the last things Jahson Marryshow does as a free man for a long time.