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Actor Aaron Paul and Director Scott Waugh on racing and crashing the world's most expensive cars in "Need for Speed."
The United Methodist Church announced Monday it is dropping its denominational case against a New York clergyman who officiated his son's same-sex wedding.
In a cabinet in Durham, North Carolina, there's a drug that could likely help Josh Hardy, but the drug company won't give it to him. They're adamant that spending the time to help Josh and others like him will slow down their efforts to get this drug on the market.
Julianne Wurm says people need to take charge of the avalanche of requests they get and set priorities
Brian Havel says without biometric travel IDs and coordination between nations on checking travel documents, passengers with stolen passports, like the 2 on the Malaysian flight, will persist
CNN and Turner Broadcasting System founder Ted Turner says he's "recuperating well" after falling ill South America.
A man was convicted of raping a woman with Down syndrome, and the judge overturned it saying she didn't act like a victim. David Perry says all rape victims can be subject to this kind of dismissal
Laurence Steinberg says efforts like Obama's My Brother's Keeper" are noble, but a key to helping young black men is fixing a justice system that disproportianately puts them in jail
Former Israeli ambassador Michael Oren says the U.S. risks getting outmaneuvered in the Middle East.
Alexander Pourbaix says the Keystone XL pipeline is safe and would provide the U.S. with oil from a reliable nation. He says it's the responsible path forward.
The father of Newtown High School killer Adam Lanza said his son would have killed him if he'd had the opportunity.
Even though he can't set foot in the United States for fear of arrest, fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden was set to speak remotely Monday to an audience of thousands at the South by Southwest Interactive Festival.
They've come from as far away as Australia and Canada, or as close as Oklahoma. They have different backgrounds and are different ages, but they've all come to Colorado for the same thing: medical marijuana to treat their sick child.
A thrift store worker was shot and killed when a gun hidden in a donated sock accidentally discharged. WLS reports.
Kirk Bloodsworth says DNA cleared him after 9 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. He is living proof, he says,that America's system of capital punishment is broken beyond repair
Italians are bashing an American gun manufacturer's advertising campaign that uses the iconic statue of David holding an AR-50A1 rifle with the tagline, "A Work of Art."
William Guarnere, a World War II veteran popularized by the "Band of Brothers" miniseries, has died. He was 90.
Peter Bergen says wild theories often flourish after a passenger jet disaster; it's best to wait for an investigation.