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A South Carolina transgender teen has won the right to wear makeup in her driver's license photo as part of a settlement with the state's Department of Motor Vehicles announced on Wednesday.
A woman stole a New York City fashion executive's identity, withdrawing thousands of dollars from her bank account as she was dying in the hospital, police said.
Lyvette Crespo pleaded not guilty to voluntary manslaughter. She shot and killed huer husband, Bell Gardens mayor Daniel Crespo, on Sept. 30.
Mary Doyle Keefe, the telephone operator whom Norman Rockwell beefed up for iconic Saturday Evening Post cover in 1943, has died at 92.
Farmers argue law requiring them to turn over portion of their crop to U.S. government is unconstitutional. KSEE's Raquel Cervantes reports.
Robert Bates, the reserve deputy who shot and killed an unarmed man, was investigated in 2009 for uncompleted training and other violations.
Members of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's family arrived in the U.S. as prosecutors rested in the penalty phase of the Boston Marathon bomber's trial.
Both men and women soldiers undergo grueling physical training as part of the Army's Ranger Course at Fort Benning, Georgia
Dr. Warren Weinstein died during a drone strike, along with Italian hostage Giovanni Lo Porto. American al Qaeda, Adam Gadahn, died in another strike.
Since 2007, photographer Ben Huff has roamed Alaska's Dalton Highway, one of the most isolated roads in the United States.
The former CIA director whose shining career in public service came crashing down after an affair was sentenced Thursday for leaking military secrets.
The Dr. Oz Show is actually "not a medical show" but will no longer use words like "miracle," Dr. Mehmet Oz told NBC News in an exclusive interview.
During an exclusive interview with NBC's Stephanie Gosk, Dr. Mehmet Oz responds to some of the critiques made against him and segments of his popular television program.
A transgender teen told to take off her makeup for license photo is credited with changing South Carolina policies. WYFF's Myra Ruiz reports.
After months of delays, Lynch will replace Eric Holder to become the first African American woman to serve as Attorney General.
If confirmed, Lynch would be the first African-American woman to hold the nation's top law enforcement post.
Police save a Florida woman after her husband douses her with gasoline, then attempts to drown her on her 50th birthday. WESH's Chris Hush reports.
Retired four-star general David Petraeus pleaded guilty to giving his mistress and biographer classified information.
President Obama makes a joke about "Deflategate" during the Patriots' visit to the White House Thursday, prompting New England Head Coach Bill Belichick to offer Obama a thumbs down.