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The last time anyone saw Eric Pracht was just before midnight on July 22.
What happens when an Ohio ladies' club that never talks politics has a frank conversation about the candidates.
The image was striking. A black man with his fists raised in the air, his arms crossed like an X. It was even more striking given that this man was st
WNBC sent surveys to more than 500 convicted burglars to learn how to potential victims could avoid being targeted.
Elaine Heyl served in the Air Force but ended up homeless, addicted and now dead after a suspected drunk driver crashed into her wheelchair.
Registration and poll access are incredibly easy, yet the state lags behind the national average in voter participation.
State trooper Jermaine Saunders shot Daniel Harris to death after what the North Carolina Bureau of Investigation described as 'an encounter.'
Lawyers for death row inmate Romell Broom argue a second execution attempt would amount to cruel and unusual punishment and double jeopardy.
Police said there were no significant injuries in the rescue, which was made necessary when winds blew an annual unlicensed rafting parade off-course.
The cause of the Chimney Fire in northern California is still under investigation.
Marinovich, 47, was a star at Southern California and the Raiders' first draft pick in 1991, but drug problems drove him from the NFL after two years.
The manifestos, which were handwritten, were found in Roof's car and jail cell, court documents say.
11-year-old altar boy Landon LaChance will soon receive a blessing from Pope Francis thanks to the Make-A-Wish foundation. WNYT's Dan Levy reports.
The State Department said Monday that they will be releasing a portion of 14,900 Clinton emails discovered by the FBI.
Over a month after 'Serial' podcast star Adnan Syed was granted a new trial, witnesses have come forward calling into question his key alibi.
Shaun Miller wasn't arrested until an alert officer noticed something suspicious about his eyes — and the $10,000 he had on him.
More than 80 percent of U.S. mothers breastfeed their newborns, a new survey finds, but fewer than a third keep doing so for the recommended one year.
Volunteers pick up about 16 tons of perishable food a week from grocery stores and corporate cafeterias, and meals that could have gone to waste are distributed to people in need.
In flooded neighborhoods across Louisiana, the water levels are beginning to go down, but the losses are piling up for residents who are returning to devastated homes.