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A single mom who'd sought the identity of a handsome man she'd kissed while running the Boston Marathon has tracked him down, with help from his wife.
The maternal grandmother of Nadir Soofi said her grandson wasn't a terrorist and had to have been under the spell of his roommate.
Nearly 20 women have approached the lawyer of a St. Louis woman who was reunited with her daughter 49 years after a nurse told her the child was dead. The lawyer filed court papers for records on Monday.
27-year-old Evan Grant allegedly stole a twin engine plane and made another confession to Air Traffic Control while in flight. KSNV's Fatima Rahmatullah reports.
Denver Zoo was mourning the death on Monday of Bertie, who was its longest resident and the oldest hippo accredited to a North American zoo.
The family of Elton Simpson said they're "heartbroken" and mystified as to he would have opened fire on a contest for drawings of Muhammad.
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts will apologize to three Los Angeles police officers who she suggested racially profiled her last year.
A female former FBI agent is charged with impeding a police officer — and also has been accused of a series of violent threats against CIA officers.
A federal judge said Abreham Zemedagegehu can sue the Arlington, Va., sheriff for failing to provide him with a sign language interpreter for six weeks.
A school security guard was injured when the two gunmen opened fire on Sunday night at the inaugural Muhammad Art Exhibit.
Police say several cats have been sliced in half with a machete or ax in one East Naples neighborhood. Sophie Nielsen-Kolding reports.
Texas police shot dead two gunmen who opened fire outside of a "Draw Muhammad" contest organized in the town of Garland on Sunday. Here's a look at what we know about the incident.
Nearly 100 Kansas City Zoo visitors left dangling above exhibits when chair lift breaks down. KSHB's Amy Hawley reports.
Pamela Geller told NBC News that there "must be other events like" the 'Draw Muhammad' contest to stand up for free speech.
President Barack Obama will name Marine Commandant Joseph Dunford as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Tuesday, senior defense officials say.
David Goldberg, chief executive of SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, died after collapsing in a Mexican resort's gym.
The grieving relatives of Freddie Gray, who died after a fatal spinal cord injury in police custody, spoke to NBC News in an exclusive interview.
Relatives of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev traveled thousands of miles to help persuade a jury not to sentence him to death for the Boston Marathon bombing.
Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon turned conservative star, has confirmed that he will seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.