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These headphones may be the chosen ones.
Jennifer T. Feuerman died after her Mercedes-Benz backed over her.
Turns out the TV show be very educational.
Uniformed police officers joined family and friends for the wake of officer Wenjian Liu.
Girl walked to a nearby house after the small plane crashed in Kentucky.
People who went above and beyond to save animals among the stories on this week's list.
The two presidents are likely to discuss immigration.
Local artists painted murals on boards protecting stores.
Sunday service marked a week since Flight 8501 crashed in the Java Sea.
President to focus on manufacturing, housing, and education.
The nations of Cape Verde, Tonga and Burma received their first cardinals ever.
It may be your office, not your kitchen, that's sabotaging your diet. Rethink your snacks.
Low-quality versions are being sold with labels of prestige lines of Tuscan wine.
The officer from Kentucky was adjusting the weapon in his holster when it discharged.
The omission was made because of "local preferences."
New rules may make it harder for millions of enrollees to find physicians.
The thawing of U.S.-Cuban tensions brings hope of U.S. investment in private enterprises.
This new oven responds to voice commands to your phone, from anywhere in the house.
The sisters were returning from a gambling trip to Miami.
The Pakistan army says it has killed 1,200 militants since starting its offensive in June.