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In retrial, defense portrays Arias as mentally ill young woman, talks of her remorse.
He'll still be under quarantine for 21 days, just like people, officials say
Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton is accused of killing a transgender Filipino woman.
Darren Vann, suspected of multiple killings in Indiana, made his first appearance in court.
He was a towering figure as he turned The Washington Post into a great newspaper.
The program will include six states that account for 70% of travelers from the region.
Allen Prue's wife will be tried separately for the slaying at a later date.
"I do see the younger and younger gals using it," said Anne Taylor, a plastic surgeon from the American Society of Plastic Surgery.
The "temple garment" that some Mormons wear is not "magic underwear," a rep for the church says.
A recent study stokes Ebola fears because it can't forecast how big the current epidemic could get.
Alaska congressman tells grieving high schoolers that suicide is caused by lack of support.
Three Denver-area teenage girls were stopped during a possible attempt to join Islamist fighters.
Witnesses say man started shooting near the National War Memorial outside the government complex.
Mississippi officials also are reopening investigation into her 20-month-old girl's death.
A federal judge in Puerto Rico has upheld a ban against same-sex marriage.
South Korea wants you to forget war and think of the militarized border as a rare animal sanctuary.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch says it has obtained copy of an autopsy report on Michael Brown.
Police said woman threatened to arrest unruly juveniles, residents in an RV park.
Quinnipiac Poll finds voters don't like either Gov. Rick Scott or Democrat Charlie Crist.
Some of the dogs had scars consistent with dog fighting.