• Sudanese Christian woman who faced death penalty arrives in U.S.

    A Sudanese Christian woman once sentenced to death in her native country because of her faith arrived in her new home, the United States, on Thursday.

  • Ebola patients coming to U.S. sparks fear

    The news that two Ebola patients are being brought to America has created waves of concern ranging from mere worry to Hollywood "Outbreak" scenarios to conspiracy theories.

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  • Tropical Storm Bertha forms in the Atlantic

    Tropical Storm Bertha formed in the Atlantic late Thursday, according to the National Hurricane Center.

  • FAA restricts flights over Iraq as conflict with ISIS rages

    The Federal Aviation Administration has restricted all planes traveling over Iraq from flying at or below 30,000 feet, a threshold similar to the altitude of a Malaysian airliner that was downed over Ukraine.

  • Mom arrested after letting son walk to park alone

    After letting her 7-year-old son walk from their home to a park to play, a Florida mother faces up to five years in jail for child neglect.

  • Rice: 'Actions were inexcusable'

    Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens running back suspended by the NFL for two games after video showed him dragging his then-fiancée (now his wife) from an elevator, told reporters on Thursday his actions were "inexcusable."

  • Leave kids alone, go to jail?

    Mark O'Mara says too often parents leave kids unattended -- sometimes out of economic necessity -- and end up arrested. In the past, neighbors would have helped, not called police

  • All-American suicide bomber

    The story of a former high school football player from Vero Beach, Florida, highlights the risk of Syria's war recruiting jihadists from the West, writes Peter Bergen

  • For man who killed 4 at Chuck E. Cheese, election is life or death

    A convicted quadruple murderer's execution is on hold. But a new governor could push it forward if elected this November. Critics call it "mob justice."

  • Mom's mission: Stop hot car deaths

    Lindsey Rogers-Seitz's son died in July 2014 after being left in a hot car by his father. Rogers-Seitz hopes mandatory technology in cars and car seats will stop child death from heatstroke in cars.

  • Sex offender to millionaire

    Michael Phillips spent 12 years in prison and 12 more as a sex offender for a rape he didn't commit. Is he mad at his accuser? Not at all. "I pray for her, I forgive her, and I bless her."

  • From sex offender to millionaire

    Michael Phillips spent 12 years in prison and 12 more as a sex offender for a rape he didn't commit. Is he mad at his accuser? No. "I pray for her, I forgive her, and I bless her."

  • Ventura wins $1.8M from ex-SEAL

    It was a lawsuit pitting two larger-than-life personalities against each other -- former pro wrestler and Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura and ex-Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.

  • Clerk gets shot, fights back

    Shocking surveillance video shows the store clerk fight back against a gunman who shot him in the leg.

  • Legalizing weed too risky

    Stuart Gitlow says pot is addictive and those who smoke it can experience long-term psychiatric disease.

  • Rising prices, shrinking lakes

    An intense drought in California is having an impact on food prices, tourism and more.

  • American: I lived in West Bank

    I am an American, and I love my country, but I also love my heritage. Palestinian-American Naim Naif spent a few years in the West Bank, where 70% of his family lives. His wish? For people to ignore politics and think about the people.

  • Police: Teen raped at Keith Urban show

    A teenage girl was raped at same Keith Urban show where 20 people got so drunk they were hospitalized, police said.

  • Embarrassing diseases are a real pain in the...

    There are the diseases you don't want to get because they'll kill you. Then there are the diseases you don't want to get because you are too embarrassed to discuss them out loud, even with your doctor.

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