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The homeless teenager accused of murdering a University of Texas freshman was quoted in a high school magazine describing an abusive home.
A state agency said a patient that walked off from an escorted trip is not connected to the escape of two other patients, including an alleged killer.
Haruka Weiser, an 18-year-old dance and theater major, was last seen alive on the Austin campus Sunday night before she was reported missing Monday.
Nearly 16,000 people have signed the petition, but the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has already rebuffed efforts to have a star removed.
A man who lost much of his throat to a bad infection grew a replacement on a mesh tube usually used to prop open clogged arteries.
The law, championed by Gov. Scott Walker, prohibit companies from reaching deals requiring all workers to pay union dues.
The new legislation requires citizens to use restrooms that match the gender listed on their birth certificate.
The suit arguing Cruz does not meet the Constitution's requirement that a candidate has to be a "natural born" citizen is not likely to go anywhere.
It's an everyday infection that affects nearly all American women, and it ruined the first U.S. uterus transplant.
The race for president saw drama on both sides this week, while some overseas leaders scrambled to defend themselves after a damning documents leak.
A former sailor who spent more than half his life behind bars for a rape and murder he did not commit was freed from a VIrginia prison.
The Food and Drug Administration proposed banning an antibiotic used to fatten up pigs for slaughter, saying the company that makes it hasn't proved i
A camera captures Florida paddle boarder's shocking encounter with a large shark. WPTV's Chris Stewart reports.
Secretary of State John Kerry will become the highest ranking U.S. official to pay his respects at the sight of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima.
Anthony Garver, 28, is accused of fatally stabbing a woman 24 times. He and another patient escaped from a psychiatric facility Wednesday.
As the University of Texas at Austin community gathers to make sense of a young female student's killing, officials are urging caution.
Opposition from top Senate Democrats on Thursday stalled two of President Barack Obama's picks for the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The medical community is now saying there are benefits to fasting, beyond losing weight, despite criticized but now gaining scientific endorsement.