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Tuesday, January 31

Nixon clarifies: 'Bisexuality is not a choice'

Cynthia Nixon is backtracking on her controversial "being gay is a choice" interview, which landed her in hot water with the gay community last week. [More]

Record exec leaves $1.5 million to driver, doorman

A millionaire Park Avenue music mogul, lonely after his wife dumped him, repaid two faithful workers who gave him a shoulder to cry on — by making them rich after his death. [More]

Clerk charged with stealing $1 million from NY archdiocese

A longtime worker for the Archdiocese of New York has been accused of using accounting tricks to steal more than $1 million from the church, law enforcement officials and church leaders said. [More]

Man admits $423G fraud on fake Holy Land trips

A Pennsylvania man admits he took hundreds of thousands of dollars from mostly elderly church members on the false promise he would book them trips to the Holy Land. [More]

Women are better at parking than men

After years of enduring sexist jokes and taunts from their male counterparts, women drivers can finally take heart - a new study suggests they’re actually better at parking than men. [More]

Pythons apparently wiping out Everglades mammals

A burgeoning population of huge pythons — many of them pets that were turned loose by their owners when they got too big — appears to be wiping out large numbers of raccoons, opossums, bobcats and other mammals in the Everglades, a study says. [More]

Dying Steve Jobs kept Bill Gates letter by his bed

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates were frenemies, as many know, but when Jobs died last fall, the mutual respect between the two tech titans was quite strong: By his bed, Jobs kept a letter Gates had written the Apple co-founder in his final months. [More]

Monday, January 30

Colorado Teen Killed After Jumping From Moving Car

Catrina Fox, 17, jumps from car while mother is driving on highway and is struck and killed by a teen driver [More]

Oakland cleans up after 400 arrested in protests

Crews cleaned up Oakland's historic City Hall on Sunday from damage inflicted overnight during violent anti-Wall Street protests that resulted in about 400 arrests, marking one of the largest mass arrests since nationwide protests began last year. [More]

Police officer killed by fellow officer trying to arrest him

A California police officer was shot and killed Saturday by a fellow officer who was trying to arrest him for suspected sexual misconduct with a minor. [More]

Grief-stricken soap actor commits suicide

Nick Santino reportedly was wracked with grief after his beloved pit bull Rocco was euthanized Tuesday — the same day Santino turned 47. [More]

Pardoned Mississippi murderer drops out of sight

The "Reward" sign being nailed above the convenience store counter takes on a little more meaning here in Desoto County, Mississippi. At the Old Road Store, it's personal. [More]

Sunday, January 29

Celebrity pot busts put tiny Texas county on map

Nestled among the few remaining businesses that dot a rundown highway in this dusty West Texas town stands what's become a surprise destination for marijuana-toting celebrities: the Hudspeth County Jail. [More]

Cops: 4-year-old brings nine bags of pot to school

A 4-year-old boy brought nine bags of pot to his elementary school and pulled them out during snack time, police said. [More]

Ga. man gets 200 years in jail for burning girlfriend

A Georgia man who poured gasoline over his girlfriend and set her on fire was Friday sentenced to more than 200 years in prison. [More]

Man falls to death aboard cruise ship in Bahamas

Authorities are investigating the death of a passenger aboard the Carnival Fantasy who fell from an upper deck to a lower deck while the cruise ship was docked in the Bahamas. [More]

No Need to Panic About Global Warming

There's no compelling scientific argument for drastic action to 'decarbonize' the world's economy, according to prominent 16 scientists. [More]

Bridge collapses in Kentucky after being rammed by freighter

Incredible images emerged of a hulking freighter wearing mangled pieces of a steel bridge on its bow after the cargo ship rammed the span in southwestern Kentucky Thursday night. In the pictures, the 312-foot Delta Mariner idles, still partially in the bridge's path. [More]

Kim Kardashian tweets Cher death hoax

Kim Kardashian tweeted "Did I just hear that Cher has passed away? Is this real? OMG." She may have heard it, but it wasn't, of course, true. [More]

Cynthia Nixon claim to be gay by choice riles activists

The actress best known for portraying fiery lawyer Miranda Hobbes on "Sex and the City" is up to her perfectly arched eyebrows in controversy since The New York Times Magazine published a profile in which she was quoted as saying that for her, being gay was a conscious choice. [More]

Saturday, January 28

California passes new auto emission rules

Seeking to influence other states and Washington, California air regulators passed sweeping auto emission standards Friday that include a mandate to have 1.4 million electric and hybrid vehicles on state roads by 2025. [More]

'Barefoot Bandit' sentenced to 6 1/2 years

A federal judge on Friday sentenced "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore to 6 1/2 years in prison for his infamous two-year, international crime spree of break-ins, and boat and plane thefts that ended in 2010. [More]

Sajak: Vanna and I drank between 'Wheel' tapings

The "Wheel of Fortune" wasn't the only thing spinning for Pat Sajak and Vanna White back in the day. Sajak said in an interview on ESPN2 they would occasionally walk over to a restaurant for "two or three or six" margaritas during a break in taping early "Wheel of Fortune" shows. [More]

Man, 65, kills teen who knocks him off bicycle

A 65-year-old man who was knocked off his bicycle by three teenagers on a Pennsylvania trail shot two of them, killing one, police said. [More]

Demi Was Doing Whip-Its?

Demi Moore was doing "whip-its" - a type of nitrous oxide inhalant - before she was rushed to the hospital earlier this week, TMZ reported. [More]

Travolta's Car Chopped to Bits

Los Angeles police may have caught two men they believe were responsible for stealing John Travolta's beloved Mercedes Benz late last year, but officials said Wednesday that the Hollywood star won't be reunited with the vintage sports car because it has been chopped into pieces. [More]

Senate gives Obama option to raise debt ceiling

Senate Republicans were unable to muster enough votes Thursday for a bill opposing another $1.2 trillion increase in the debt ceiling. [More]

Friday, January 27

Arizona governor, Obama in 'tense' exchange

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer was seen pointing her finger at the president in an exchange in which, she said: "He was a little disturbed about my book." [More]

Rep. Barney Frank to marry longtime partner

Retiring Rep. Barney Frank, a gay pioneer in Congress, said Thursday that he will marry his longtime partner, Jim Ready. [More]

Florida teen calls cops to report mom having sex

A Florida teenager called 911 last week to ask police to place her in a children’s shelter because she “heard her mother having sex.” [More]

Taxpayers still owed $133B from bailout

Companies that were bailed out during the financial crisis still owe U.S. taxpayers nearly $133 billion. Treasury's plans to recoup that money have been slowed by the volatile stock market and weakness among smaller banks. Some of the money will never be recovered. [More]

Alaska Airlines retiring meal tray prayer cards

Alaska Airlines is ending decades of giving passengers prayer cards with their meals, saying Wednesday the decision was made out of respect for all passengers. [More]

Connecticut mayor apologizes for 'taco' comment

The mayor of East Haven, Connecticut, apologized Wednesday for saying he would help Latinos in his town by eating tacos, a remark that sparked anger from state officials and immigrant advocates already fuming over allegations of police mistreatment of Latinos in his city. [More]

Dropped heart successfully transplanted in Mexico

A heart that was dropped on the ground while being transported to a hospital has been successfully transplanted into a 28-year-old hair stylist. [More]

Cops: Man hacked victim with ax, ate his brain

A Florida man has been accused of killing a Connecticut man and eating the victim's eye and part of his brain in a cemetery. [More]

Apple CEO faces first test with cash mountain

Apple CEO Tim Cook has a problem, a $98 billion problem. [More]

Thursday, January 26

Apple briefly takes No. 1 again from Exxon

The maker of iPhones and iPads became the world's most valuable company again briefly, after posting better-than-expected earnings. [More]

Pelosi hints, then denies she has Gingrich secrets

Does House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi know some dark secrets about GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich? Twice, she offered tantalizing hints that she does. And then said she doesn't. Gingrich said Wednesday that the House Democratic leader should come out with it or shut up. [More]

TV actor James Farentino dies of heart failure

Actor James Farentino, who appeared in dozens of movies and television shows, died Tuesday in a Los Angeles hospital, according to a family spokesman. He was 73. [More]

Gingrich promises US moon colony by 2020

Newt Gingrich promised Wednesday on Florida’s space coast to create a moon colony by 2020 if elected president. [More]

Wife calls police when husband won't get rid of pet gator

A Florida man's efforts to save a baby alligator have landed him in jail. [More]

Wednesday, January 25

Ex-judge sues city for badminton injury, wins $30,000

The city of Halifax is on the hook for $30,000 in damages after a retired Nova Scotia judge sued the city because she injured her knee playing badminton at a municipally-owned gym. The injury affected the judge's golf game, and she had to rent a power cart to play golf. [More]

Cops: Woman stole soda just for can deposit

Authorities say a Massachusetts woman bought $64 worth of soda using a stolen welfare benefits card, then immediately fed the full cans into the supermarket's automated redemption machine for the nickel deposit. [More]

Boy dies after shooting himself with replica cannon

A 14-year-old boy was killed when the miniature cannon he was playing with accidentally fired, fatally shooting him in the face, police said. [More]

Sign outside NYC school misspells it as 'Shcool'

A glaring misspelling on a street sign outside a Manhattan high school has some laughing and stauncher critics condemning what they perceive to be a symbol of the “dumbing down" of American society. [More]

Dentist admits to using paper clips in root canals

A former dentist in Massachusetts has pleaded guilty to Medicaid fraud for using paper clips instead of stainless steel posts in root canals. [More]

Ky. men sue Andy Dick over alleged W.Va. assault

Two Kentucky men who say they were sexually assaulted by comedian Andy Dick at a West Virginia nightclub two years ago have filed a lawsuit against the comedian. [More]

Lottery sets deadline in mysterious jackpot case

Officials have warned they will deny payment of a multimillion-dollar jackpot unless the New York attorney who turned in the year-old winning ticket two hours before it expired provides key details by Friday. [More]

FBI arrests 4 Connecticut police officers accused of racial profiling

The FBI has arrested three East Haven, Connecticut, police patrol officers and one sergeant for their alleged role in the mistreatment of Latinos - the first arrests to stem from a federal investigation into racial profiling in the southern Connecticut town. [More]

Alaska woman, 85, beats back stomping moose with shovel

An 85-year-old Alaska woman used a shovel to beat back a moose that had stomped her 82-year-old husband, the Anchorage Daily News reports. [More]

Tuesday, January 24

Macy's sues Martha Stewart Living

Macy's Inc is suing Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc, accusing the company of breach of contract for entering into an agreement to sell certain products to J.C. Penney Company Inc. [More]

TSA turns away Sen. Rand Paul at airport checkpoint

Authorities blocked U.S. Sen. Rand Paul at the Nashville airport Monday after the Kentucky Republican refused a pat-down at a security checkpoint, his spokeswoman said. [More]

Supreme Court rules: Warrant needed for GPS tracking

The Supreme Court says police must get a search warrant before using GPS technology to track criminal suspects. [More]

JFK hearse sells for $176,000

The Cadillac hearse that carried President Kennedy's body after the 1963 assassination in Dallas sold for $176,000. [More]

Evicted woman, 101, can't go home as promised

The federal government now says a 101-year-old Detroit woman it promised could move back into her foreclosed home four months ago can't return because the building's unsanitary and unsafe. [More]

'Headless Body in Topless Bar' killer seeks parole

The murderer convicted of killing a bar owner, taking four women hostage and forcing one of them to cut off the dead bar owner’s head during a drug-fueled crime spree three decades ago is seeking parole. [More]

Monday, January 23

Seal, Heidi Klum announce separation

Seal and Heidi Klum have announced that their storybook marriage is coming to the end of the runway. In a statement Sunday night, the power couple announced their separation after rumors swirled over the weekend that a divorce was imminent. [More]

Big NYC guy sues over lack of jail uniform

A New York City man says wearing the same set of clothes in jail for eight months is just wrong even though he was too big for the largest institutional duds. [More]

Kobe Ex Cleans Up in Split

Kobe Bryant's soon-to-be ex-wife has been awarded $75 million in a divorce property settlement, TMZ reported Friday. [More]

Cops: Teacher poured hot tea on students

Police in southwestern Michigan are investigating a claim that a teacher dumped hot tea on a two students after they refused to stop fighting at school. [More]

Chris Dodd warns of Hollywood backlash against Obama over anti-piracy bill

"Candidly, those who count on quote 'Hollywood' for support need to understand that this industry is watching very carefully who's going to stand up for them when their job is at stake," Chris Dodd told Fox News. "Don't ask me to write a check for you when you think your job is at risk and then don't pay any attention to me when my job is at stake." [More]

White House Petition To Investigate Dodd For Bribery

Chris Dodd's recent statements complaining that congressmen who receive donations from the RIAA and MPAA should toe the line has spawned a firestorm of anger on the internet. [More]

Ohio father accused of taping up daughter, locking her in cage

A Cincinnati man was in court Friday after authorities say he disciplined his daughter by twice tying her up with duct tape, then locking her in a dog cage. [More]

'Deadliest Catch' captain goes to jail for killing snowmobiler

An Alaska fishing captain who led a crew on the program that spawned the cable TV show "Deadliest Catch" will serve five years in prison for a fatal crash. [More]

Police: Driver too drunk to know tire gone

A Florida man charged with drunken driving was so out of it he did not realize the left front tire of his Lexus was missing, police said. [More]

Police: Dad threatened to shock girl inside cage

A man is accused of punishing his 12-year-old daughter by binding her hands and feet with duct tape and sticking her in a dog cage, then threatening to electrify the crate. [More]

Sunday, January 22

Man jumps from hotel room to escape cops

Some run, others jump. Police are investigating whether there is a link between their knock on a hotel room door and a man jumping two storeys, apparently to avoid questioning. [More]

Is Heidi Klum about to divorce Seal?

TMZ reported that Heidi Klum and Seal were heading for a divorce, and that Klum would be filing the papers citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split. [More]

Costa Concordia captain admits he 'messed up'

The Italian cruise captain accused of abandoning ship when the Costa Concordia struck rocks, causing the deaths of at least 11 people, admitted to his bosses that he "messed up." [More]

3-inch nail removed from Ill. man's brain

Dante Autullo was sure he'd merely cut himself with a nail gun while building a shed, and thought doctors were joking when they told him what an X-ray revealed: A 3 1/4-inch nail was lodged in the middle of his brain. [More]

TSA officer and wife charged with stealing luggage

A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) worker at Miami International Airport was charged with grand theft after allegedly stealing from passengers' bags and hiding the items in a special constructed pocket added to his uniform jacket. [More]

Girl swallowed by crocodile as father watches

A 10-year-old girl was swallowed by a crocodile as her father watched helplessly. [More]

Steve Jobs family absent from Disney board despite stake

When Disney shareholders vote to re-elect directors at its annual meeting in March, neither Steve Jobs' wife nor a representative from his trust will be on the ballot, even though the trust is the media company's largest shareholder. [More]

Halle Berry stalker pleads no contest

A 28-year-old California man pleaded no contest Thursday to stalking actress Halle Berry, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said. [More]

Purchase of winning $14M ticket a mistake

A Wisconsin man says it took him several days to realize he held the winning ticket to a $14.3 million lottery jackpot. [More]

Remorseful man admits he caused big Reno blaze

Authorities say an "extremely remorseful" elderly man admitted to accidentally starting the fire Thursday when he improperly discarded fireplace ashes at his home south of town. [More]

Saturday, January 21

Firefighters cut through wall to rescue obese man

Firefighters had to cut through an exterior wall to rescue a man who became stuck in the bathroom of his cluttered, second-story apartment on Long Island, NY, officials told local media. [More]

Border agent, jail officer arrested in drug case

A U.S. Border Patrol agent and an Arizona Department of Corrections officer were arrested Thursday and charged with conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana, according to court documents. [More]

Cops: Man ate cat, used tail as necklace

A homeless man has been arrested after police say he skinned and ate a cat while camping inside a Phoenix, Ariz., warehouse. [More]

Woman gets 11-day jail sentence for overdue library books

A woman who refused to pay a $235 fine for overdue library books was sentenced to 11 days in a Montreal jail. [More]

Former teacher apologizes for slavery math lesson

The suburban Atlanta teacher who resigned after an investigation found students were given math homework with word problems about slavery has apologized. [More]

On-duty NYPD officer commits suicide

The NYPD says a police officer committed suicide while on duty in Queens. [More]

Church gets $12K to fix former strip club

A Florida congregation preparing to move into a closed-down strip club said it received a $12,000 donation from a megachurch. [More]

Italy disaster shows Titanic lifeboat issues linger

The capsizing of the Costa Concordia will pressure the cruise industry to address a safety question that has lingered since the Titanic disaster almost 100 years ago - how to get thousands of people off a giant cruise ship into lifeboats quickly. [More]

DA drops effort to get $100 million restitution from Conrad Murray

The prosecution's effort to force Dr. Conrad Murray to pay Michael Jackson's family $100 million in restitution for the singer's death has been dropped, a court spokeswoman confirmed Thursday. [More]

Friday, January 20

Woman used young children to rob 84-year-old of life savings

An 84-year-old woman said she was robbed of her life savings by a woman claiming she needed help cashing a check at a bank. [More]

Mystery Woman Seen With Ship Captain Before Crash

Italian captain reportedly was dining with a 25-year-old passenger who may have been illegally aboard the ship before crash. [More]

Cruise ship's cook says captain ordered dinner after crash

The captain of the Costa Concordia ordered dinner for himself and a woman after the ship struck rocks off Italy's coast, a cook from the ship told a Filipino television station. [More]

Police search Hollywood park for additional body parts

The recent discovery of a severed head, two hands and two feet in the Hollywood hills is near the home of actor Brad Pitt, and authorities have interviewed his bodyguard for possible leads, police said Thursday. [More]

Drunken driver enters SF subway tunnel

The man who drove his sport utility vehicle into a downtown San Francisco subway tunnel Thursday was drunk, authorities said. [More]

USPS worker caught on video tossing package over fence

Surveillance video captured a U.S. Postal Services employee tossing a package over the fence of a California residence. [More]

Ex-cop fights life sentence in bizarre murder case

Inside the fortress-like walls of the Eastern New York Correctional Facility, Richard DiGuglielmo Jr. is plagued by a question that has haunted him for more than 15 years: "What would you do if someone were swinging a baseball bat at your father's head?" [More]

Man with two hearts survives double-sized attack

Doctors shocked to discover that Italian man who sought medical treatment for cardiovascular distress has two hearts. [More]

Ex-wife says Gingrich wanted 'open marriage'

Dredging up a past that Newt Gingrich has worked hard to bury, the GOP presidential candidate's second ex-wife says Gingrich asked for an "open marriage" in which he could have both a wife and a mistress. [More]

Couples who cohabitate are happier than marrieds

We've heard married people are happier, but that might not be a reason to rush to the altar, according to a new study. In terms of health, self-esteem, and psychological well-being, marriage offers little benefit over simply living together without wedding rings, the study found. [More]

Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke dead at 29

Canadian freestyle skier Sarah Burke died Thursday, nine days after crashing at the bottom of the superpipe during a training run in Utah. [More]

Thursday, January 19

TSA admits errors in searches of elderly women

The Transportation Security Administration says screeners at New York's Kennedy Airport violated procedures when they asked two elderly women to show them medical devices concealed beneath their clothing. [More]

Jogger: Dogs gnawed me 'like I was hamburger'

Joseph Finley says avoiding death was the only thing going through his mind when two pit bulls viciously attacked him during his early-morning jog along Lake Michigan, an assault that ended up with the loss of his left foot. [More]

The Great Martin Luther King Money Grab

Believe it or not, to legally watch that famous Martin Luther King "I Have a Dream" speech costs $20 thanks to the Martin Luther King family using U.S. copyright law to keep the speech a "pay to play" money grab. [More]

Anthony Bourdain calls out Paula Deen for Diabetes confession

Chef Anthony Bourdain isn’t one to mince words when it comes to his nemesis Paula Deen. “Thinking of getting into the leg-breaking business, so I can profitably sell crutches later,” he wrote. [More]

Burger King test-drives delivery service

Want to have it your way, right away, without even setting foot outside your house? Burger King, home of the Whopper, is testing a delivery service at several of its locations in the Washington, D.C., area. [More]

Garth Brooks wants $500G donation back from Oklahoma hospital

Garth Brooks appeared before a friendly crowd Tuesday - the jurors who will hear his claim that an Oklahoma hospital refused to name a building for his late mother after he gave it $500,000. [More]

Hand found in LA park where human head discovered

Los Angeles investigators found a human hand Wednesday in the Hollywood wilderness park where a severed head in a plastic bag was discovered by dog walkers, and the search continued for other body parts. [More]

Cindy Crawford's daughter, 10, makes modeling debut for Versace

Cindy Crawford’s ten-year-old daughter made her modeling debut this week in a new ad for Versace’s children’s line looking very grown up in full makeup and a miniskirt. [More]

Wednesday, January 18

Pilot warned model about plane propeller

The pilot of the plane where a Texas model accidentally walked into its spinning propeller told investigators that he told the woman to walk behind the airplane, according to the newly released preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report. [More]

Paula Deen teams with Novo Nordisk on diabetes

Celebrity chef and Food Network star Paula Deen is teaming with drug maker Novo Nordisk to launch a program that aims to help people live with Type 2 diabetes and promote a Novo diabetes drug. [More]

Cruise liner captain placed under house arrest

An Italian judge has placed the captain of the stricken cruise liner which capsized off Italy's west coast under house arrest, allowing him to leave jail, his lawyer Bruno Leporatti told Reuters on Tuesday. [More]

Police: Woman offered sex for McNuggets

Police in California said a woman accused of offering a McDonald's customer sexual favors in exchange for chicken McNuggets was arrested. [More]

Why Wikipedia is going down at midnight

Wikipedia, one of the highest-traffic sites on the Internet, will shut down for 24 hours in protest of these laws, which the website says would make it very difficult - maybe impossible - for its nonprofit encyclopedia to continue to operate. [More]

Guilty plea in rape, killing of 7-year-old Ga girl

A 20-year-old maintenance man faces life in prison for beating, raping and killing a 7-year-old north Georgia girl, who disappeared from a playground at her apartment complex and was found in a trash bin. [More]

Tuesday, January 17

Message falsely claimed plane going down

Passengers on a British Airways flight said they received only a "blase" apology when a recorded message mistakenly warned their plane was going down. [More]

Zappos customer accounts breached

Zappos alerting customers to change passwords after 24 million accounts compromised. [More]

New jet fighters can't land on carriers

British Royal Navy officials said the inability of new Joint Strike Fighter jets to land on aircraft carriers could scrap the $7.6 billion fighter program. [More]

Boy, 15, tells cops he fatally shot sister

Arkansas authorities were investigating the death of a 16-year-old girl as a homicide after her younger brother confessed to fatally shooting her this weekend, a local sheriff said Monday. [More]

Ireland's former richest person declared bankrupt

A famed entrepreneur who was once rated Ireland's richest person was declared bankrupt Monday as a bank pursues him for debts exceeding $2.7 billion. [More]

Oops: Man gets $44 million hospital bill

Patients don't normally get sick once they've returned home from the hospital, but one New York resident said he almost became ill when he received a whopping $44.8 million bill from the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center. [More]

Marine's 'honest mistake' leads to handgun arrest

A third-generation Marine arrested in New York City after trying to check his Indiana-registered handgun with security made an "honest mistake" and should not face prison time, his attorney said Monday. [More]

Hacker says to release full Norton Antivirus code on Tuesday

A hacker who goes by the name of 'Yama Tough' threatened Saturday to release next week the full source code for Symantec Corp's flagship Norton Antivirus software. [More]

Monday, January 16

Texas 1-year-old killed by family pit bull

A 1-year-old boy was killed Saturday night when he was attacked by his family's pit bull at his grandparents' Texas home. [More]

Mom accused of taking child along on bank heist

Illinois child welfare officials are investigating whether a woman brought her 5-year-old son with her while robbing a bank with her boyfriend. [More]

Wahlberg says he wants to meet reputed mob boss

Mark Wahlberg says he's considering a jailhouse meeting with James "Whitey" Bulger, but victim's relatives are criticizing the actor's interest in the reputed former mob boss. [More]

Mexico police impounding toy motorcycle, arrest 6-year-old driver

Police in this border city repented over ticketing a 6-year-old boy for reckless driving, driving without a license and not having his vehicle registered after he drove his miniature motorcycle into an SUV. [More]

The Mexico drug war: Bodies for billions

There are kingpins with names like the Engineer, head-chopping hit men, dirty cops and double-dealing politicians. And, of course, there are users - millions of them. [More]

High school basketball players beaten for 'Tebowing'

The rivalry between two South Carolina high schools boiled over after a basketball match, with two fans of the victorious side reportedly beaten up by opposition supporters for "Tebowing." [More]

Colorado men held in death of Montana teacher

Two Colorado men were being held in a North Dakota jail on Sunday on kidnapping charges in connection with the disappearance of a Montana teacher, authorities said. [More]

What caused the cruise ship disaster?

The disaster that wrecked a luxury cruise liner and killed at least five passengers has left officials and experts on maritime navigation searching for answers - fast. [More]

Ship owner: 'Significant human error' by captain likely

The owner of the capsized Italian cruise ship issued a statement Sunday saying it appears the ship's captain was at fault in the tragedy that has claimed at least five lives. Fifteen passengers remain missing. [More]

Police hunt man they say killed pregnant co-worker

Police in Charlotte, N.C., were Saturday night hunting a man they believe responsible for murdering a 25-year-old pregnant woman he worked with. [More]

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