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Richard Rosario could have left court with his murder case dismissed.
Lead levels in kids' blood shot up just after Flint, Michigan changed its water supply and didn't fall until months later, the CDC says.
Those who were burned sustained injuries to their feet and lower extremities from walking across the burning coals, officials said.
A teenage boy told his ex-girlfriend he would shoot up her home, school and her mother's workplace, according to D.C. police.
Police chased a stolen car in Melbourne, Florida and arrested the suspect. WESH's Dan Billow reports.
A state of emergency is issued in several West Virginia counties after heavy rains dumped seven inches of rain on parts of the state. NBC's Dan Scheneman reports.
Two New York City artists are living as cyborgs...augmenting their bodies with living technology. NBC's Brian Mooar reports.
He and his rivals have talked about four Chapter 11 filings, but there were actually six.
Four people were killed and a toddler remained missing after powerful flash floods swamped West Virginia on Thursday night.
Soaring numbers of overdose deaths mean bodies pile up in medical examiners' offices.
The Obama administration is preparing to announce that it believes around 100 civilians have died in nearly 500 U.S. drone strikes since 2009.
Forty-four counties were under a state of emergency Thursday night in West Virginia, where almost 500,000 customers were without power.
Authorities estimate 50 to 60 homes have been lost in a wildfire in Kern County, California.
Ralph Stanley, widely considered the godfather of bluegrass, didn't win his first Grammy until he was 73, but by then he was already a legend.
But the compromise amendment, sponsored by a Republican, at the moment lacks the number of votes it would need to pass.
Democrats made it clear that their 26-hour sit-in on the House floor was aimed at rallying voters for Election Day.
Freddie Gray died last year of severe spinal and head injuries sustained while riding in the back of a police van.
Officials in West Virginia say houses were washed off their foundations as thunderstorms blew through the area.
A grand jury Thursday decided not to indict Eric Casebolt, who pushed the girl to the ground following a party last June at a community pool.
Ivanka Trump is being sued by an Italian shoe company that claims the fashion line carrying her name is selling a knockoff of one of its designs.