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Girl, 13, Stabbed to Death in West Bank Was US National
The teen was stabbed in her sleep by a 17-year-old Palestinian.
Pentagon Lifts Ban on Transgender Service Members
The Pentagon announced the repeal of its ban on transgender service members.
Tesla's Autopilot Under Investigation After Fatal Crash
Federal investigators have opened preliminary investigation after the crash.
Death Toll Climbs to 44 in Istanbul Airport Attack
The attackers lived in an Istanbul neighborhood before the attack.
Adnan Syed of 'Serial' Granted New Trial
Syed gained international fame after he became the subject of podcast "Serial."
Amid FBI Email Probe, Attorney General Meets With Bill Clinton
The meeting was a chance encounter at an airport in Phoenix.
Chris Christie Being Vetted as Potential VP Pick for Trump
Christie endorsed Trump for president just weeks after suspending his campaign.
The Busiest Airports This July 4 Weekend
About 11 million people will travel by airplane this holiday weekend.
250 ISIS Militants Killed in US Airstrikes, Officials Say
Large convoys of ISIS fighters targeted as they fled Fallujah and Ramadi.
Travel Security Heightened for 4th of July
Security will be heightened at airports across the country.
Joint Base Andrews Lockdown Lifted
The lockdown was reported at 9:15 a.m.; all-clear was given over an hour later.
Appeals Court Nixes $7.25B Credit Card Swipe Fee Settlement
An appeals court has rejected a $7.25 billion settlement between merchants and Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. over credit card...
Marine Instructors Investigated After Muslim Recruit's Apparent Suicide
15 drill instructors being investigated for hazing, abuse.
Chechen Leader Launches 'Apprentice'-Style Search for Assistant
“The Team” will be broadcast on Russia’s main state TV channel starting today.
'Guacamole-Thick' Algae Causes Crisis on Florida Coastline
A smelly, "guacamole-thick" muck is fouling a stretch of beaches promoted as Florida's "Treasure Coast," and lawmakers and...
Official: Suicide Attack on Afghan Police Convoy Kills 37
An Afghan official says that a suicide bomber has attacked a bus carrying police trainees, killing 37 people
Manziel Suspended 4 Games Over NFL's Substance-Abuse Policy
Johnny Manziel has been suspended for the first four games of next season for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy
Facebook Wins Appeal About How It Tracks Nonmembers
Social network wins case brought by Belgian privacy group.
Amazon Prime Day Sales Gimmick Is Back This July
The e-commerce powerhouse launched the discounting event last year.
Scarlett Johansson Ranked Hollywood's Top-Grossing Actress
Scarlett Johansson has taken the crown as Hollywood's highest grossing actress ever
Lindsay Lohan Reflects on Her Life as She Turns 30
The actress reflected on her tumultuous past.
Gwyneth Paltrow Speaks Out on 'Most Hated Celebrity' Title
"I'm the most hated celebrity? More than, like, Chris Brown?" she said.
US Takes Thailand off Human Trafficking Blacklist
The United States has lifted Thailand off its human trafficking blacklist although forced labor remains widespread in the...
Obama Signs Bill Easing Access to Government Records
President Barack Obama has signed legislation into law making it easier for the public to obtain government records
Champion Chanticleers: Coastal Carolina Wins CWS Vs. Arizona
Coastal Carolina wins its first national championship in any sport with a 4-3 victory over Arizona in Game 3 of the College...
Wildlife Officials Hunt for Bear That Killed Mountain-Biker
Wildlife officials in Montana are setting traps and scouting the woods by helicopter for the bear that killed a U.S. Forest...
OD Victim's Mom: Tunnel Suspects 'Heroes' for Rescue Attempt
The mother of a woman whose overdose death in New York City spurred a rescue attempt by three people arrested with a cache of...
New Mexico High Court: Doctors Can't Help Patients End Lives
The New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled that terminally ill patients cannot end their lives with help from doctors
Slideshows
Police Wage War on Drugs in the Philippines
President-Elect Rodrigo Duterte declared a crackdown on illegal drugs and crime.
Oddities and Unusual Images From Around the World
Strange and fun photos from around the world.
Best Water Parks as Picked by Travelers
TripAdvisor users pick their favorite places to play and splash.
Liam Hemsworth Promotes His New Movie in Tokyo
This month's hottest celebrity pictures.
This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe
The latest news photos from around the globe.
Michelle Obama Visits Madrid
A look at the first lady's life and times.