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Jury acquits man charged with murdering escort
The defense claimed Ezekiel Gilbert was trying to protect himself from theft when he shot Lenora Frago through the neck. She died several months later.
Caught on tape: First Lady confronts heckler
There are mixed recations to the way First Lady Michelle Obama confronted a heckler at a fundraiser Tuesday.
VIDEO: TS Andrea gains strength, nears Florida
Tropical Storm Andrea is forecast to hit the Big Bend area of Florida's West Coast Thursday afternoon. The storms maximum sustained winds increased Thursday morning to near 60 mph.
VIDEO: Okla. super-twister biggest tornado in U.S. history
The deadly tornado that ripped through Oklahoma on Friday was the biggest twister in U.S. history, a record two-and-a-half miles wide, with winds up to 295 miles per hour. The tornado traveled 16 miles on the ground. At least 18 people were killed in the storm.
VIDEO: Fishermen catch 1,300 lb shark off California's coast
The 1,300 pound shark may break a world record.
Are households better off with one parent at home?
And sometimes when both parents are sitting down to do these at the end of the day one does start to wonder whether it might be easier if one parent did the working and the other did everything else.
Mother, son offered $5,000 for teen's death, court papers claim
Probable cause affidavits state that Dale Murphy asked a fellow inmate, and later a second person, if he knew of anyone who could “take care of” by killing the teen.
After tests, Lululemon yoga pants return to shelves
The company is restocking its Luon black yoga pants in stores and online after they were pulled in March for being too sheer, Lululemon said Monday on its website.
'Don't be creepy': Google Glass won't allow face recognition
Imagine being able to pull up someone's name, social-media profile and Google search results just by looking at them while wearing a pair of smart glasses. Now stop imagining it. Google says face-recognition apps won't be allowed on Google Glass anytime soon.
Tornado kills star storm chasers
Three veteran tornado chasers for the Discovery Channel were among those who perished in a series of tornadoes in Oklahoma City and its western suburbs two days ago. Severe weather could return to the area Monday.
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