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The New England Patriots, no strangers to controversy, are under investigation for possibly deflating the AFC championship game footballs.
Brown University says two fraternities were sanctioned for hosting unregistered parties, creating environments that "facilitated" sexual misconduct.
A two-trailer truck on the New Jersey Turnpike heads straight for motorists and crosses into oncoming traffic after hitting a patch of black ice.
Two women who created a photography business geared toward shooting family portraits with fatally ill newborns say the images helped themselves heal.
A new study says one in five kids eat pizza daily - adding extra fat, calories and salt to their diet and significantly contributing to childhood obesity.
Smart, who denies that she lured her teenage lover into a plot to shoot her husband, got a life sentence with no opportunity for parole.
Six family members are unaccounted for after a 16,000-square-foot mansion was destroyed by a four-alarm fire Monday morning.
"American Sniper" now holds the record for the biggest January opening in film history, topping $100 million.
Dangerous weather and icy conditions triggered massive pileups on highways from coast to coast over the weekend.
In addition to Philadelphia, Pope Francis confirmed that he will also visit New York and Washington on his first trip to the U.S. as pope.
A plan to use Duke's iconic chapel tower to broadcast a Muslim call to prayer was cancelled Friday as the university faced mounting controversy.
Nearly 50 years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. and thousands of activities marched from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, for the right to vote.
Most of the 51 people linked to the latest measles outbreak were not vaccinated, but medical experts insist the vaccine has virtually no side effects.
President Obama will unveil a series of new proposals aimed at helping the middle class in his annual State of the Union address.
NBC News has confirmed that the NSA breached North Korea's network four years ago, but officials say the U.S. did not see the Sony attack coming.
Seahawks fans leave early with their team down, only to hear stadium erupt during comeback. Josh Green reports.
Marchers throughout the U.S. honored civil-rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and mission of change through non-violence.
A city law department spokesman said the case was evaluated, and it was determined a settlement was in the city's best interests.
18-year-old Dalton Hayes confirmed his identity before a county judge, waived his right to an extradition hearing and agreed to return voluntarily to Kentucky.