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Health groups in New York City say some HIV patients are purposely lowering their T-cell counts in order to qualify for housing and rental benefits.
The student code of conduct hearing involving Jameis Winston and the former FSU student who accused him of raping her is expected to begin at noon.
One year later, Ju Hong, the undocumented student who disrupted President Obama's speech, feels vindicated about the debate he helped to push forward.
Hospitals are making fewer mistakes, from giving patients the wrong medications to giving them infections, according to a government report.
The owner of a towing business killed four people at three locations before being found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.
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"We appreciate the president wanted to meet with us, but now he must deliver with meaningful policy," said one organizer.
Juan Demetrius McFarland, the Alabama pastor who confessed he'd had sex with congregants after he knew he had AIDS, said he has a lifetime contract.
Alois Brunner, the reputed top lieutenant of Nazi mastermind Adolf Eichmann, is believed to have died at least four years ago, a leading Nazi hunter said.
Voluntary evacuations are underway and a flash-flood watch was in effect in Southern California ahead of a powerful storm due to hit the area Tuesday morning.
The phrase, "Lame Duck," has been around since the 18th century. But how did it come to be the default term for a Congress at the end of its session?
One of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's wives and children has been arrested in Lebanon, the country's defense ministry confirmed to NBC News.
Shawnee County District Court Judge Larry Hendricks said he made an error when he initially blocked publication of the criminal investigation files.
One of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's wives and sons has been arrested in Lebanon, the country's defense ministry confirmed to NBC News.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges of threatening to kill and possession of drugs.
A West Virginia man who killed four people at three locations was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, state police told NBC News.
Beverly Hills police opened fire on a suspected bank robber in the lobby of a hotel on Rodeo Drive, officials said.
The St. Louis County police chief says a Rams VP called to apologize for players' tribute to Ferguson on Sunday. The Rams say there was no apology.