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If prosecutors plan to argue former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez was the one who fired seven rounds into Odin Lloyd, they won't able to show the alleged murder weapon to make their case.
Former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren says Israel will respond to the death of three Israeli teenagers.
The three teens -- Eyal Yifrach, 19, Gilad Shaar, 16, and Naftali Frenkel, 16 -- disappeared June 12 or June 13 from the Jewish settlement of Gush Etzion in the West Bank, the Israeli military says.
Anthony Sullivan was a young Australian with Robert Redford looks. Richard Adams emigrated from the Philippines as a child and became an American citizen. The two met in Los Angeles, fell in love and got married in Boulder, Colorado -- long before any state legalized same-sex marriage.
It's time to get beyond the question of who's to blame for the crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border, where tens of thousands of children -- three-fourths of them from Honduras, Guatemala, or El Salvador -- are streaming into the United States and overwhelming our border enforcement apparatus.
North Korea on Monday proposed that "all hostile military activities" with South Korea "come to a complete halt" this week, but it attached a number of conditions that Seoul is likely to reject.
Here is some background about the modern country of Israel, founded in 1948. It borders the Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, the Red Sea, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon in the Middle East. Since its founding, Israel has experienced conflict with its neighbors, mainly Arab and Muslim countries, and Palestinians living in Israeli-occupied territories.
Luis Suarez has promised never to bite a player again after the Uruguayan issued an apology to Italy's Giorgio Chiellini.
A jaywalking rarely makes national news, but the arrest of Arizona professor Ersula Ore has done just that.
The trial of Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius resumes in South Africa Monday after being halted for a month-long psychiatric assessment of the athlete.
After months of being beat up by the media about his "Bridgegate" scandal in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie is still standing. And there is even some evidence that he might finally be regaining ground.
The death toll in two building collapses in different cities in India over the weekend has climbed to at least 27, with more victims still trapped in the rubble, officials said.
The Supreme Court has narrowly limited the power of labor unions to collect dues. CNN's Jeffrey Toobin has more.
Aaron David Miller says Obama can't solve the problems of Iraq, but the U.S. must try to shape the outcome by helping the military there and working with Iraq's neighbors -- even Syria.
Former Auburn football player Philip Lutzenkirchen was killed in a car wreck. CNN affiliate WTVM reports.