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Police thought Jose Martinez had something to do with the killing of an Alabama man -- and they were right. But ...
It hasn't been a blockbuster year for Nintendo, the video-gaming company that brought us "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros." and the Wii.
They say they're helping dying children and wounded veterans, but the numbers don't add up. The worst charities spent $1 billion of $1.3 billion in donations paying fundraising companies.
An unpaid $70 dinner bill -- plus a record of walking out on previous meal bills -- has landed an Illinois man in jail for three years.
Two major wildfires are scorching thousands of acres in Colorado, and about 9,000 people have been ordered to evacuate.
Multiple people were shot Thursday at a St. Louis, Missouri, business, CNN affiliate KTVI reported, citing police.
Multiple injuries have been reported in an explosion and fire at a chemical plant in Geismar, Louisiana, authorities said Thursday.
The number of people now confirmed dead in the May 31 tornadoes and storms in Oklahoma has risen to 22, the state's chief medical examiner's office said Thursday.
The crowd at the NBA Finals Game 3 applauded the 11-year-old Mexican-American boy's rendition of the national anthem, but social media hosted a darker reaction.
Richard Sobel says the Senate immigration bill contains ID requirements that could infringe on rights.
Julian Zelizer says for the first time since 2005 more people approve than disapprove of President George W. Bush.
The inspector of a downtown building that collapsed last week has killed himself, city officials said Thursday.
FBI Director Robert Mueller said Thursday that secret government surveillance programs disclosed by leaks of classified information have been conducted in adherence with the U.S. Constitution and federal laws.
Less than half of U.S. teen moms graduate high school. And one principal believes that's a slow death for them by lack of opportunities. "We just kill them slowly."
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied additional aid tied to deadly explosions at a Texas fertilizer plant, a decision ripped Wednesday by local and state officials who accused President Barack Obama of having "gone against his word."
Sure, the audience at Harvard University's commencement ceremony was treated to a speech from Oprah Winfrey, and grads at other colleges got to hear life lessons from a who's who of politicians, scientists and artists.
If you ever wonder why there's no Straight Pride, LZ Granderson says wait till being straight becomes a crime.
Donna Brazile says just like the Supreme Court struck down a ban on interracial marriage in 1967, it could rule on the side of history in 2013 and make same sex marriage legal.