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The FIFA bribery and corruption scandal involved FIFA's decisions on who should host at least two World Cups, according to federal court documents.
Madison, Wisconsin Police Officer Matthew Kenny didn't violate departmental policies when he killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson, an internal probe said.
A flight attendant involved in a kerfuffle over a can of Diet Coke will no longer serve customers, United Airlines said in an apology.
Certain provisions of the Patriot act expired last week and this week the USA Freedom act was signed into law. Here are some things that have and have not changed from one law to the other.
Usually any talk of hawks in Washington D.C. involves heated discussions over arcane bits of policy and political machinations.
Residents of Phoenix's Roosevelt Row neighborhood say they want to help the dozens of cats that have taken up residence in a humane manner. KPNX's Monique Griego reports.
The family of an American tourist who was attacked and killed by a lion in South Africa has posted a moving tribute to her online.
The man was taken into custody Tuesday night, hours after another man under investigation was killed after allegedly threatening police with a knife.
The State Department and the New York Times are in a Twitter fight over a report about Iran's nuclear fuel stockpile.
In the ghost town of Bridal Veil, Oregon, stands a small post office with a highly sought after postmark.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work provides an update on the investigation into suspected shipments of live Anthrax samples to numerous labs. Work says 51 labs in 17 states and 3 countries may have received live Anthrax spores.
Three people died and at least 13 were hurt in a crash between a bus carrying Italian tourists and a tractor-trailer in the Pocono Mountain region.
Department of Defense joint press briefing with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the DoD Anthrax shipment investigation.
In the wake of the police shooting of Usaamah Rahim, who had been under surveillance by the Joint Terrorism Task Force, Boston police are using surveillance video of the incident to calm the community's fears that the killing wasn't justified. NBC News justice correspondent Pete Williams reports from Boston.
The suspects were each arraigned in Decatur County court Wednesday in Bobo's 2011 murder. They pleaded not guilty.
The House voted on several pro-pot amendments on Wednesday aimed at tackling conflicts between the feds and state and local marijuana laws.
America's response the 9/11 terror attacks was an "overreaction," incoming Oxford Vice-Chancellor Dr. Louise Richardson said.