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Ingeborg Syllm-Rapoport gained her thesis at a ceremony at the University of Hamburg after being stopped by the Nazis because she was part Jewish.
A judge delivered the verdict Tuesday in the bench trial of detective Wojciech Braszczok, finding him not guilty of gang assault.
A new survey says many people, especially women, do not like the idea of their car making the decisions about steering, accelerating and braking.
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A South Korean couple's special day has become an unexpected symbol of the country's MERS health scare.
Perhaps 10,000 vehicles were damaged in recent floods, and experts worry that many of those could wind up back on the U.S. car market.
As Hastert prepares for his first court appearance, there are new questions about the money trail prosecutors say he used to cover up a dark secret.
Five passengers, including a baby, survived a light plane crash in the Bahamas and were rescued after drifting in a raft for almost three hours.
Walter Scott's brother says his family will not rest until the police officer who shot his brother in the back spends the rest of his life in jail.
A female patient with an extremely hard-to-treat form of tuberculosis is being treated at the National Institutes of Health outside Washington D.C.
The star forward says the surface being used in the Women's World Cup changes everything, including the way the ball bounces.
There has been no sign of Richard Matt and David Sweat since they were reported missing on Saturday.
A manhunt in upstate New York and scandal swirling around former House Speaker Dennis Hastert are among the stories making headlines.
A confrontation between the police and a California man that was and shows what the police chief described as "horrific" — although the man had allegedly just attacked his mother.