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Parents have emotional day saying farewell to Baylor doctors and nurses.
Magistrates order $500,000 bond for husband, wife charged with second-degree murder.
So far, there have been no reports of Legionnaires' disease or Pontiac fever.
We take a look at the gadgets and news stories that left the biggest mark on us this week.
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Obama also condemned the vote to end his deportation relief program and vowed unilateral action.
But Jonnie Williams did know that he and Bob McDonnell could be in trouble.
In February, a noose was placed around the neck of a statue of James Meredith.
Wood's lawyers say that the number of doses is further proof the execution was botched.
The two tourists are charged with "anti-state" crimes and have been detained for more than 3 months.
Sherri Frushon is worried the city won't let her son keep his "therapy" chickens.
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The former deputy CIA director explains why the conflict is much worse.
Geologist thinks biggest is a sinkhole that 'erupted,' thanks to melting permafrost.
With water scarcity on the rise, a little Swiss engineering may go a long way.
Poll released a week before primary shows Hawaii Gov. Abercrombie 10 points behind David Ige.
An imaginative but poorly executed prison-smuggling scheme and a wedding that came up way short on goodwill make the list.
Medics speaking by radio to staff at a hospital described the baby as newborn.
One of the patients, who are flying on a non-commercial plane, will be treated at Emory University.