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Two convicted in New York City kidnap-rape-killing plot
A retired New York high school librarian and a New Jersey auto mechanic have been convicted of scheming to carry out gruesome fantasies of kidnapping, raping, torturing and killing women and girls.
Suspect in deadly South By Southwest crash charged
The man police say killed two people when he smashed his car through a barrier and into a street full of attendees at the South By Southwest festival has been charged with capital murder.
Man killed by authorities was 'Into the wild' hunter
According to a relative, a man who was shot to death by Alaskan authorities last weekend was a moose hunter -- who also found the body of a young wanderer, whose story was featured in the movie "Into the Wild."
US stands by charges against Boston bomb suspect
Prosecutors on Friday said that they oppose a motion by Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers to dismiss some charges against the Boston Marathon bombing suspect.
American Airlines jet turns back after bird strike
A flight from Tulsa to Dallas/Fort Worth was forced to turn around and return to the airport on Friday after the plane apparently struck some birds, officials said.
Missing transponder is key question in Malaysian jet mystery
As the search continues for a missing Malaysian Airlines flight, a key question that remains is regarding what happened to the Boeing 777's transponder.
Alabama man again faces death penalty for children's deaths
An Alabama man is again facing the death penalty for throwing four children off a bridge, as the state supreme court ruled Friday that a lower court's decision to overturn his conviction was wrong.
Retrial set for Florida man in shooting over teens' loud music
A Florida man who was convicted of attempted murder in a confrontation with teenagers over their loud music won't be sentenced until after his retrial on a murder charge.
WWII sailor in famous Times Square kissing photo dies
A man who became famous for a photo taken by a Life magazine photographer of him kissing a woman in Times Square after World War II ended has died at the age of 86.
Man charged with threatening Kentucky governor, family
A Kentucky man has been officially charged with threatening to kill Governor Steve Beshear, his wife and their family in a series of Facebook postings.
State Department offers $3 million bounties for terror leaders
Oregon man afraid to return to US, lawyer says
Border agent kidnapped, attacked Honduran women, FBI says
San Diego Zoo performs first-ever C-section on gorilla
LA airport union wants emergency training for workers
Indian diplomat re-indicted in US visa fraud case
Enough have enrolled for stable health care, Obama says
New health insurance rights for same-sex couples
Malaysian plane may have been hijacked, US official says
Former NYC mayor gives Couric first interview since leaving office
Fugitive on the run for over 30 years captured in Florida
Passengers from crippled plane say experience was frightening
California man arrested for biting nose off infant
No charges against man who mistook son for home intruder
Man who threatened shooting for retweets arrested
South Carolina capital city unveils civil rights markers
Eighth body pulled from wreckage of NYC apartment buildings
Former Fiesta Bowl chief executive sentenced to prison
Police say hockey player killed himself by asphyxiation
Mormon missionary dies after fall in Micronesia
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