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Police suspect it was a case of murder-suicide.
Mother's Day was coming, and Debra Tuders said she could feel that old sadness return.
Entries showcased performance art in which participants wear costumes to represent characters.
Legal battle about the letters pitted Charles' right to privacy vs. public right to know.
Obama picks his choices to lead the Army and Navy
Appropriators voted to reject President Obama's request to increase Amtrak funding.
No residents died, but cattle were defenseless.
The top athletes in women's tennis make a very healthy living, but it takes lots of hard work, plus a healthy dose of talent to get there.
"This hits especially close to home," Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey said.
Inmate was found unconscious in the back of a jail transport van Monday.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev can be executed even if the jury votes for death on only one of 17 counts.
Fast track creates an expedited process for Congress to approve or reject trade pacts.
Details released in Pew Research Center's newest report, "America's Changing Religious Landscape."
Dean Nicole Eramo says the story cast her as the 'chief villain.'
Warm weather has shrunk snow pack to 17% of normal, slowing river flows.
Graceland? Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Take your pick.
Former Atlanta mayor and United Nations ambassador unhurt, but car not as lucky.
Ordering pizza from your couch is going to get even easier.
Only half of officers regularly wear seat belts, vs. 86% of the public.
Prosecutor Ismael Ozanne says officer's use of lethal force was legal