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According to the CDC, weather is responsible for 2,000 Americans deaths every year.
The director of the United Nation's development agency in Gaza condemned Israel for an overnight attack on a UN school in an interview with NBC News
A real-life "Octomom" off the coast of California has been declared a champion of parenting — and patience — in the animal world.
Rhode Island woman has close call when an axe strikes her car window. NECN’s Kathryn Sotnik reports.
New research says a sharp rise in the length of the work week in recent years may be preventing more women from earning the same as men.
The girl, identified only as Cheyenne, could be charged with felony arson for her alleged role in a fire that torched nearly 40 homes in San Marcos.
The millions of gallons of water that gushed from a city pipe near UCLA is now lost to L.A.'s drought-stricken drinking supply, an expert says.
Questions remain about whether the widow of a slain sniper will have to pay some of the $1.8 million for Ventura's defamation verdict.
PETA is presenting 10 Detroit residents with a unique offer: Eat vegan for one month, and that overdue water bill will get paid.
On Monday, President Christian Rudder disclosed in a blog post that OkCupid had conducted experiments on its users.
Passengers in a car traveling through Topsfield, Massachusetts, on Wednesday morning had a frightening ordeal when an ax became lodged in their windshield.
Tuesday's rupture sent up to 10 million gallons flooding into the campus as well as parts of Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, stranding some motorists.
A possible Ebola scare briefly closed a Charlotte area emergency room, but health workers have a long list of infections to watch for.
Racing against time, a Japanese group is combing a New York museum's WWII records for information they hope will lead to graves of GIs on Saipan.
New report by U.S. watchdog agency says Kabul lacks revenue base to maintain army, other projects funded by $104 billion reconstruction effort
Former IRS official Lois Lerner once slammed some right-wing conservatives as 'crazies' and 'A**holes,' according to newly released emails.
A fire broke out at England's Eastbourne Pier on Wednesday, engulfing the pier as more than 60 firefighters battled the flames.