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From questions into the execution of an Arizona inmate to a missing Algerian plane over Africa, see the stories we're following.
Meriam Ibrahim was sentenced to death and 100 lashes after she refused to renounce Christianity when given the opportunity in a Sudanese court.
Do women want to see bondage and sex while sitting in a public movie theater? You bet, say the experts.
Aviation authorities reportedly lost contact with an Air Algerie aircraft that had been chartered by Spain's Swiftair about 50 minutes after takeoff.
Reggie McKinnon is using his fatal mistake four years ago to educate others on the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.
With deadly fighting raging next door in the Gaza Strip, Israeli towns along the border have turned into mini army bases as most residents have fled.
The U.S. government spent millions of dollars trying to force Afghans to grow and eat soybeans. Guess what happened.
Indictment alleges that the women sent monthly payments to al-Shabaab fighters.
U.S. confirms that Nikolai Kozitsyn, leader of the Don Cossacks, spoke of "plane carrying spies" in phone call intercepted after jet was shot down.
The 16-day conflict has claimed the lives of 718 Palestinians, most of them civilians, officials say. Israel has lost 32 soldiers and two civilians.
The mom who married an American and was spared the death penalty for converting to Christianity, was finally leaving Sudan Thursday – bound for Italy.
Australian PM Tony Abbott has accused Russian-backed rebels who control the crash site of tampering with evidence on "an industrial scale"
The children weren't injured but were taken into protective custody, according to police.
The high temperature the day of "tragic event" was only 84 degrees, according to police.
Almost 20 years after the body of a 17-year-old was discovered behind a shopping plaza, police have identified her and charged her father with murder.
The NYPD retrieved the bleached American flags on Tuesday. They also found large aluminum pans affixed over the flag lights, secured with zip ties.
When the war began, Hassan Al Hallaq did what any sensible parent would do, he moved his family to what he thought was the safest part of the city.
The FAA said it made the decision after reviewing steps the Israeli government was taking to mitigate risks to civilian aircraft.
You'd think with a sound economy, good restaurants and great entertainment, people living there would be in a fine mood, but no, a new study says.