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'Freewheeling Militia Violence' Caused Libya Embassy Shutdown
Staff was moved to neighboring Tunisia.
Family Forgives Man Accused of Plotting a Hit on Own Mother
Matthew Campbell was sentenced to five years in federal prison.
5 Diseases Doctors Often Get Wrong
Some conditions are notoriously difficult to pin down.
In Gaza Lull, Residents Return to Destroyed Areas
Residents stock up on supplies, survey devastation.
How Israel's Ground Offensive in Gaza Could Impact Syria
Attention shifts from Syria to Gaza.
Hospital Shooting Suspect Had History of Violence
Suspect allegedly killed caseworker and grazed his psychiatrist during shooting.
Deterrence a Goal and Challenge at Texas Border
Texas border surge aims to deter smuggling, but officials say hard to be everywhere at once
Passengers Delayed Again After Seeing SWAT Team Rush First Plane
Second flight delayed after passenger fainted.
UN Finds Second Black Box of Air Algerie Jet
UN finds second black box of Air Algerie jet among scattered debris in northern Mali
Russia: EU Sanctions Weaken Anti-Terrorism Efforts
Russia says new EU sanctions will weaken fight against international terrorism
2 Carjackers Who Killed 3 Kids Still on the Run
2 carjackers still on the run after ramming stolen SUV into family, killing 3 young siblings
Air Algerie Plane Wreckage Found in Mali
More than 50 French passengers were among the victims.
Man, 80, Kills Burglar Who Said She Was Pregnant
Prosecutors waiting for results of police investigation.
Man Who Killed Neighbor Over Tree-Trimming Feud Has No Regrets
Michael Vilkin said it was self-defense when he shot his neighbor John Upton.
Who Thinks President Obama Will Be Impeached?
Senior White House Adviser Dan Pfeiffer says not to write off the possibility.
Holy Month of Ramadan Is a Big Boon for Retailers
Game shows, sales and fast-breaking feasts: Holy month of Ramadan is a boon for retailers
Why Amazon's Profits Since '97 Are Less Than Facebook's in 2 Years
A tale of two tech giants and how their bottom lines stack up.
Son: Joe Paterno Feared Wrongly Accusing Sandusky
In new book, Joe Paterno's son says famed coach didn't want to leap to judgment about Sandusky
The Drought Is So Bad in Calif. That People Are Painting Lawns Green
Keep the pool but turn off the sprinklers with this "pigment" technology.
Mark Hamill Reveals Secrets from the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Set
He also updates fans on the status of Harrison Ford's injury.
Should You See Scarlett Johansson's New Film 'Lucy'?
Get all the details of the thriller.
Ukraine Launches Offensive to Retake Donetsk
Ukraine prepares offensive in hopes of retaking rebel stronghold of Donetsk
Bombing Kills 4 Afghan Civilians; Vote Count Halts
Bomb kills 4 civilians in southern Afghanistan; presidential vote recount halts before holiday
Promises of Easier Nuclear Construction Fall Short
Promises of easier nuclear power plant construction fall short in new round of building
California Can't Say If It's Meeting Drought Goal
Government in parched California can't say if it's meeting goal to cut water use by 20 percent
Widow: Man Who Died in NYPD Custody Wasn't Violent
Widow says man who died in NYC police custody was quiet but is 'making a lot of noise now'
Baseball HOF Cuts Election Eligibility to 10 Years
Baseball Hall of Fame reduces years player is eligible for election from 15 to 10
Slideshows
Superheroes and Villains Descend on Comic-Con
Superheroes come out for this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Matthew McConaughey Hits Comic-Con
This month's hottest celebrity pictures.
Pregnant Chelsea Clinton Reaches Out to NYC Kids
Plus, more expecting stars on the town.
129 Years of the Brooklyn Bridge
A Look Back at the 129 Years of the Brooklyn Bridge
This Week in Pictures: July 19- July 25
The latest news photos from around the globe