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Faith Lennox had part of her arm amputated at an early age, but is able to surf, swim, and bike a lot easier thanks to some incredible technology.
Floyd Dent sought out a polygraph test in an effort to clear his name after police claimed he threatened to kill officers.
Prosecutors say Jaylen Fryberg's father knew an order of protection barred him from owning firearms.
Get a look at the glow of the aurora, the darkness of a solar eclipse, the launch of a yearlong space mission and other highlights from March 2015.
Williams, 20, has admitted firing a gun earlier this month during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri, but claims he did not mean to hit the officers.
America, both young and old, still needs to try harder not to avoid talking about death - and one's wishes in the final days, a bioethicist asserts.
A day after South African comedian Trevor Noah was announced as Jon Stewart's successor on 'The Daily Show,' he ran into a backlash about his tweets.
The prime minister announced "the liberation of Tikrit" but commanders said troops are still around 300 yards from the center of the city.
Two of the people who died in the fire were identified as William E. Schmidt, 63, and his granddaughter, the 10-year-old suspected rape victim.
The FBI said the driver, Ricky Shawatza Hall, 27, died at the scene, and his passenger remained hospitalized.
GOP says the move is necessary because Clinton declined the committee's request to turn her personal email server over to a third party.
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev's defense team rested its case after trying to show that his older brother did most of the planning.
Brutus got frostbite as a puppy and was left without paws and with misaligned legs, which made it difficult for him to walk.
Talks on an Iranian nuclear deal have made enough progress to continue past Tuesday night's deadline, the U.S. said.
Christian Englander, 30, was charged with battery and disorderly conduct after the incident Monday night, Santa Fe police said.
Ten years ago today, after a long legal battle between her husband and her parents, Terri Schiavo died two weeks after her feeding tube was removed. It was a spike in the debate about the right to die that persists to this day.
The governor says people have "smeared" the law by claiming that it sanctions discrimination against gays or anyone else.