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Pamela Sweat "knew right then and there they had gotten him somehow."
Capture of David Sweat closes a mentally and physically exhausting chase.
President Obama's rendition of "Amazing Grace" is likely to go down in history.
The public is praising the officer who police say shot escaped murderer David Sweat.
European Central Bank says no credit increase to Greek banks
Governor hopes his strength in the swing state will help him win over GOP voters.
How do seniors in Italy save schools? Some join kids in the classroom.
The country's Ministry of Interior named the bomber as Fahad Suleiman Abdulmohsen al-Gabbaa.
Acts of generosity and kindness highlight the week's list of uplifting stories.
Convicted murderer taken to hospital in nearby Malone.
Sheriff says three people were injured seriously enough to be taken to Denver-area hospitals.
Belgian media said the person killed was an adult accompanying the children and the driver was also reportedly hurt.
They fear incorrect prognoses and depression could lead to more deaths.
Weather had delayed Solar Impulse 2 for weeks in Japan.
The nation has long been known as a haven for hiding money.
A federal judge on Monday will hear opinions on what to do with the money.
The calico cat was appointed stationmaster at the Kishi station in western Japan in 2007.
Employees are covered for the leading treatment only if they live in certain states.
Police said a 64-year-old man who was caught in the crossfire got shot in the arm.
Philmont Scout Ranch said the Scout could not be accounted for, and was later confirmed to have died.