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The week before Halloween is horror's darkest (and most fruitful) hour.
Urban blight is in the spotlight after suspected killer hides bodies in abandoned homes.
Teens, adults, even pets face some special risks on Halloween.
Sometimes campaigns wander a little off-script.
Darth Vader is running for Ukraine's parliament.
Man dropped lit cigarette down front of his jacket.
President Poroshenko's party appeared to fall well short of a majority in parliament.
A horse needed rescuing after it led itself to water and did more than just drink.
Former president says government should not have right to tell churches who they can marry.
Out of the loop this weekend? We've got what you missed.
Current President Dilma Rousseff is in a run-off with Aecio Neves.
The Senate minority leader may see his party win the majority, but his own race is not over.
"She tried moving his hand away and he ... shot himself in the neck," one student said.
Democrat says get-out-the-vote effort is key to his hopes for an upset in New York race.
State Department calls for "speedy and transparent investigation."
The Indianapolis shelter reported an outbreak of feline panleukopenia virus.
Ebola has infected more than 10,000 people in eight countries.
Hillary Clinton makes a comment reminiscent of Obama's "You didn't build that."
It appears the attacker — who converted to Islam two years ago — became "self-radicalized."
A 57-year-old Google executive is the world's new space daredevil.