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Genetically-modified food giant Monsanto said it will pay about $350,000 to settle class action lawsuits brought by farmers in seven states.
The jury in accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's terror trial viewed jihadist related material taken from his computer.
Police launched an internal investigation after the arrest of a University of Virginia student sparked protests and prompted concern from officials.
A pregnant woman who had her fetus cut from her womb desperately pleaded for help with police in a chilling new 911 call released by authorities.
Move over, Andrew Jackson: a new national campaign aims to replace the former president with a fresh face on the $20 bill.
A New York state judge has refused to release secret grand jury testimony concerning the death of Eric Garner.
Ryan Giroux, the ex-con charged with a deadly shooting spree in Mesa, Arizona, appeared in court as authorities documented the prior day's carnage.
Anderson stepped in and shot two men during a fight Tuesday night in Port St. Lucie. Police say he won't be charged because it was self-defense.
A campaign to put a woman on the $20 bill by 2020, 100 years after women gained the right to vote in the U.S., is picking up steam.
A Utah community is banding together to support a local mother of triplets with special needs who is now battling breast cancer.
Texas' prison agency is scrambling replenish its inventory of execution drugs, which will be used up after two lethal injections scheduled this month.
Pi Kappa Alpha placed the chapter under "administrative suspension" after the 18-year-old was found dead at a downtown Columbia residence.
The National Urban League releases the 2015 State of Black America report with the civil rights group's chief President Marc Morial declaring that "Black America is in crisis."
Guests and staff at Lake Tahoe's Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge are upset after someone stole the iconic moose head that once hung over the fireplace. KRNV's Van Tieu reports.
Administrators apologized after the morning pledge was read in Arabic at Pine Bush High School, where some students complained it was anti-veteran.
University of Washington professor bakes 1,400 cookies as treat for students taking final exam. KING's Eric Wilkinson reports.