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With no known will, clarifying how Prince wanted his considerable assets distributed has proven complex, and the process has only just begun.
A bit of bright news accompanied Monday's sun in wet West Virginia: two people who officials thought had been swept away were found alive.
Pepsi is creating a new diet beverage for fans of aspartame less than a year after pulling the artificial sweetener as part of a marketing move.
The Supreme Court's decision rejected the federal government's view of how broadly federal bribery laws can reach.
A man accused of killing his girlfriend Sunday by shooting her through the chest with a crossbow had a history of domestic violence, police said.
A victory for Texas would boost efforts in at least a dozen other states to seek similar limits
A record 43 million Americans are expected to travel this Independence Day weekend, with the overwhelming majority driving, according to AAA.
Participants said the 30 or so people who were treated, most of them at the scene, were a tiny fraction of the 7,000 who took part in last week's Firewalk.
Ann LePage, wife of Maine Gov. Paul LePage, has taken a summer job to supplement the couple's income. She hopes to use the extra cash to buy a car.
A Red Cross Hospital signboard that carried a "super racist" message about swim safety guidelines for children prompted an apology from the hospital.
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One of the migrants said the trip to Hollywood Beach, Florida, took eight days and they spent four of those days without food nor water.
Rapper Tyriece Travon Watson, who was known as "Lor Scoota," has been fatally shot.
Nearly 10 inches of rain fell in just 12 hours late last week, causing devastating flash flooding. More heavy rain is expected Monday.
Since the law was passed, the number of clinics providing abortion services in Texas dropped to 19 from 42 — and could fall to ten if the state wins.
At New York's gay pride parade, the largest in the country, there was a moment of silence for the victims of the Orlando attack on a gay nightclub.
Traditionally, the industry has taken a go-slow approach to technology, typically waiting for new government rules and regulations.
The US Supreme Court's ruling could have an impact on reproductive rights nationwide.
An estimated 8 million AR-style guns have been sold since they were first introduced to the public in the 1960s.
A county in Maryland plans to round up geese that have been creating safety issues in its parks, euthanize them and use the meat for state food banks.