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The president of Ukraine and the leader of the anti-government movement have agreed to a "truce" and "negotiations" aimed at bringing an end to the violence that has torn the country apart.
The second floor of a Mississippi church facility collapsed Wednesday night, injuring at least 20 youths, authorities told NBC News.
Harmani Osbi still holds her three front baby teeth in her hand after they came out on Tuesday. There’s only one problem. They weren’t supposed to come out anytime soon. According to the girl’s mother, they were yanked out by a worker at her school.
Two days after one compounding pharmacy said it would not sell the drug needed for a Missouri execution, state officials revealed in court papers Wednesday that they have found another supplier for the lethal injection.
To no surprise (based on the content of the Ted Wells report), the Dolphins have fired offensive line coach Jim Turner.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday it is "worth noting" Russia's role in the violent civil unrest in both Ukraine and Syria.
California Governor Jerry Brown on Wednesday revealed a spending package of $687 million in relief for drought-stricken communities throughout the state.
Here's a look at the compelling events, athletes and storylines of the Sochi Olympics on Thursday, Feb. 20.
The winning numbers for Wednesday night's $425 million Powerball jackpot are 1, 17, 35, 49 and 54, with a Powerball of 34.The jackpot jumped to $425.3 million after no one hit pay dirt during Saturday's drawing — making it the sixth-largest in U.S. lottery history. The multiplier was 3.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case on Wednesday ordered new psychiatric exams for James Holmes, who is accused of massacring 12 movie-goers at a Batman movie premiere in 2012.
Facebook announced Wednesday that it is buying WhatsApp, the company and app that offers unlimited messaging on mobile devices for 99 cents a year. And anyone might blink at the price being paid: cash and stock amounting to about $16 billion, plus another potential $3 billion in restricted stock.
The University of Maryland released a statement stating that over 300,000 University member names, social security numbers, and dates of birth have been compromised in a data breach taking place on Tuesday evening.
Jennifer Welter was tackled for a one-yard loss on her first carry as a running back for the Texas Revolution on Saturday, but she had still made history: The Revolution play in the Indoor Football League, and Welter is believed to be the first woman to play a position other than kicker or holder in any football league for adult men.
An aerial view of central Kiev shows Independence Square (seen on the left) as smoke billows from clashes between anti-government protestors and police.
A former soldier likely committed suicide in prison where he was serving several life terms for gunning down four members of an Iraqi family while he was deployed to their country.The case was the first prosecuted under a new law governing military cases in civilian courts.