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More than two years after a New York man's dog disappeared from his home, the pooch mysteriously turned up in Florida.
More than 10,000 Southern Californians were without power Tuesday night as a scorching heat wave fueled record-breaking energy demand, officials said.
The NFL's handling of Ray Rice had brought new focus to its record on domestic violence, which includes many players who remain on the field.
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck 25 miles northwest of Guam in the Pacific Ocean on Wednesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
South Korean border guards arrested an American man who they believe was attempting to swim across a river into rival North Korea, an official said.
A new study by personal finance social network WalletHub found the U.S. cities with the most and least educated people.
The bill would make it harder for people to use welfare payments to buy pot in states where the drug is legal. It has little chance of becoming law.
A device developed at MIT uses a drop of blood or saliva to diagnose some of the world's most devastating diseases. KPRC's Rachel McNeill reports.
GM Victim Compensation Fund has made its first payment to families of victims who were injured or killed in accidents traced to faulty ignition switches. NBC's Mark Barger reports.
The prosecutor said allegations against Joseph A. Oberhansley were so gruesome they were like nothing he'd ever seen in a quarter-century in office.
An Indiana man accused of killing his girlfriend and eating parts of her body puts on a show outside of courtroom. WAVE's Katie Bauer reports.
Protesters seeking the immediate arrest of the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old disrupted a government meeting Tuesday.
Even before a drop of rain had fallen, flash flood watches were in effect for all of southern Arizona stretching into late Thursday afternoon.
The couple welcomed daughter Alexandra Copley Watling, whose middle name commemorates Copley Square — the site of the Boston Marathon finish line.
Investigators were scouring a Virginia property in connection with the mysterious case of two sisters who vanished while at a shopping mall in 1975.
Two hundred Georgia Guardsmen returned home Tuesday from a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes' suggests that HBO Go could become available on online-only streaming platforms.
President Obama has insisted that there will be no boots on the ground in the fight against ISIS militants in Iraq.