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Suicide bombers hit mosques crowded with worshippers in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.
Nearly 60 rescues -- half of them puppies -- will be up for adoption in San Francisco region.
President sends holiday message to the people or Iran.
Manufacturer Monsanto said it disagrees with the findings.
Kaci and Holly Clark-Porter will become ministers on Sunday in Wilmington.
Detroit is a red property along with Boston and Milwaukee.
A terrible subterfuge strategy and a "Breaking Bad"-style Walmart are among the weirdest crime stories of the week.
Woman was friends on Facebook with murder suspect she claims she didn't know.
Records show workers saw baby three days before mom accused of killing her.
Voters without high-profile races showed they didn't care.
Authorities say a 21-year-old University of Georgia student was found dead in a dormitory on Thursday.
KARE Minneapolis: Hidden defects linked to crashes
At least 30 people were injured.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee's new chairman hopes to raise $50 million
The 17-year-old was taken to the hospital.
This week, we got to test out a couple massive TVs, and an excellent Olympus camera.
Energy industry denounces new rules; environmentalists say fracking should be banned.
"Metro" was caught riding the bus all by himself.
Officials say it would be hard for formerly undocumented immigrants to claim a tax credit
Deadly mosque bombings could widen Sunni vs. Shiite war across Middle East.