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Colo. Movie Massacre Trial on Hold Over Sanity Exam

16 minutes ago

Fla. Soldier Claims Squatters Stole His House

A soldier from Florida says the friend of someone he contracted to repair his home is now squatting in it without his permission. U.S. Army Spc. Michael Sharkey, who's stationed in Hawaii, said he has never met the man, or his girlfriend, who are now living in his house. Police say the issue is a civil matter and must go through a judge. Read »
2 hours ago

Divers Banned From Ferry Search Slam Gov't

South Korean divers initially involved in the sunken ferry rescue questioned on Wednesday whether the government was doing enough to hunt for missing passengers, NBC News reported. Divers were still searching the wreck for 145 missing people a week after it sank with 476 passengers and crew on board, but a group of volunteer divers waited on dry land, saying they’d been banned from the search after some victims’ family members asked the government to only use military divers and civilian professionals. Read »
2 hours ago

Ex-Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders Sue Over Low Pay, "Jiggle Test"

3 hours ago

Supreme Court Limits Compensation to Child Porn Victims

25 minutes ago

Prince Charles' Brother-in-Law Dies in NYC Fall

3 hours ago

#MyNYPD: Why It's Impossible to Control Online Conversation

2 hours ago

American Jailed in Cuba Vows to Return "Dead or Alive"

An American subcontractor who was sentenced to 15 years in prison in Cuba has vowed to return to the United States within a year "dead or alive," his lawyer said on Wednesday. Alan Gross, 65, was arrested in 2009 while trying to establish an online network for Jews in Havana. He has served more than four years so far and went on a hunger strike earlier this month to protest inhumane treatment behind bars and to urge Washington to intervene. Read »
33 minutes ago

Judge Allows Manning Name Change

5 hours ago

U.S. Teacher May Have Molested Scores Overseas

6 hours ago

Palestinian Factions Announce Historic Unity Government

6 hours ago

Obama Hits World's Most Exclusive Sushi Restaurant

President Barack Obama scored a table at one of the world's most exclusive restaurants during his visit to Tokyo on Wednesday. “That's some good sushi right there,” he said after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took him, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and National Security Adviser Susan Rice to Sukiyabashi Jiro. World-renowned owner Jiro Ono was featured in the 2011 documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi." A meal consisting of 20 pieces of sushi at the three-Michelin-star restaurant costs about $300. Read »
5 hours ago

Broken Fingers Reveal Ferry Victims' Desperate Struggle

Many of the children's bodies pulled from the submerged South Korea ferry in the past two days had broken fingers, local media reported — suggesting the victims had desperately tried to climb walls or floors to escape, NBC News reported. Divers continued to search the ferry Wednesday, feeling for bodies with their hands in a maze of cabins, corridors and upturned decks. The death toll reached 150, leaving 152 others people still missing after more than a week. Read »
Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 at 9:28 AM

DOJ Expands Clemency Rules for Drug Offenders

5 hours ago

NASA Astronauts Perform Spacewalk

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