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The seven women and five men of the Boston Marathon Bombing jury began to weigh 30 criminal counts against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
President Barack Obama will talk about it in an interview with Dr. Natalie Azar, an NBC News medical contributor.
Snoozing shoppers have reportedly become such an issue at the Ikea's Beijing location that the Swedish retailer is having to crack down.
Students named in the retracted Rolling Stone article focusing on UVA rape allegations respond to scathing new report on journalistic failings. Jenna Dagenhart reports.
Two supervisors have resigned from a Georgia prison after a young inmate was shown on Facebook beaten and with a leash around his neck.
The Justice Department urged a federal appeals court to reverse a judge's hold on President Barack Obama's immigration executive action.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says he was in a meeting with President Obama Tuesday when the complex lost power for a short time. Earnest tells reporters that Obama was not affected by the incident and did not notice any problems.
Videos published on social media show hail, rain and lightning, wreaking havoc in towns near St. Louis.
Palm Springs is a man-made oasis blanketed with more than 120 golf courses, and dotted by swimming pools, a water park and plenty of green lawns.
U.S. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf uses the flashlight on her cell phone to see reporters at Tuesday's press briefing. The power at the agency was out as Washington, D.C., experienced a large-scale power outage.
A man in Ellis County, Texas, filed the complaint March 31, stating that five fellow firefighters held him down and sexually assaulted him on Jan. 20.
Pesticide that sickened Delaware family at a Caribbean resort is still legally used today by some U.S. food growers, federal regulators say.
Utah artist says social media is contributing to an increase in vandalism of ancient petroglyphs. KSL's Geoff Liesick reports.
"That's OK, guys. Bees are good. They won't land on you. They won't sting you," the president told the children.
Bear breaks into Florida home to steal family's Easter candy...twice! WBBH's Bryan Anderson reports.
Florida spear fishermen lives to tell of a grisly bull shark attack that almost claimed his ear. WBBH's Brian Entin reports.
Bronx Science teen Juno Lee is engineering her way into robotics — and gender equality in STEM fields.