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The body of an 18-month-old girl whose mother was found dead last week along with two others may have been discovered Saturday, police in Kansas said.
Police burst into a home early Sunday in Trenton, New Jersey, finding a woman and her 13-year-old son dead, and her three other children being held hostage, authorities said.
Texas authorities have launched a criminal investigation into the deadly fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas. Also, a West emergency volunteer who was a first-responder to the disaster has been arrested.
Russia withheld details from U.S. officials about suspicions of Boston Marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2011, information that could have altered the course law enforcement followed, according to a published report.
To erase some of the emotional scars from the shooting, an advisory board wants the building torn down and replaced.
The body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon terror attack, has been buried in a Muslim cemetery in Doswell, Virginia, a source close to the investigation told CNN on Friday.
"We're not going to have a world where the Sierra Club and Exxon sing 'Kumbaya' together," says Michael Levi, author of "The Power Surge: Energy, Opportunity and the Battle for America's Future." But both sides will benefit by finding ways to work together.
Ruben Navarrette says amendments from the left and right could kill the best hope for change in years
Electric vehicles use the same roads, the same bridges and the same infrastructure as the rest of us. But because they don't burn gasoline, they're immune from paying taxes at the pump to fund that infrastructure. That's going to change.
We are using the Internet wrong. Smartphones turn people into horrible listeners. And cat videos aren't as riveting as we think they are.
When the Social Security Administration released its annual list of the most popular names on Thursday, all the usual winners were there: Jacob and Sophia are tops. Again.
North Korea for the first time publicly specified the "hostile acts" that landed Kenneth Bae a 15-year sentence at a labor camp.
Construction workers bolted a 408-foot spire into place atop One World Trade Center on Friday, making it the tallest building in the Western hemisphere at 1,776 feet.
Tattoos have had a variety of purposes over their 5,000-year history. In cultures from ancient Egyptian to Polynesian, they've served as medicine, rite of passage, good-luck charm, punishment, decoration, religious, political or status symbol, and, of course, tribute to a loved one.
Rescue crews scoured the waters off Australia's eastern coast Friday for two cruise ship passengers who are believed to have fallen overboard.
Rahna Reiko Rizzuto says she has been threatened and called "worse than Hitler" because she is a noncustodial parent.
Vince Warren says President Obama chooses to force feed hunger strikers at Gitmo, a form of torture, and should be shutting the prison down instead.