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'Tell Me Off': Shatner Defends Missing Nimoy's Funeral

Shatner also took the opportunity to talk with fans about Nimoy.

Lady Gaga, Vince Vaughn Take Chicago Polar Plunge

Lady Gaga entered the water on fiancé, Taylor Kinney's shoulders, and they took the frigid dip together.

Clemency Urged on Eve of Execution of Georgia Woman

Kelly Gissendaner's plea for clemency has been rejected even though she earned a theology degree and transformed her life while in prison.

Is It Spring Yet? Snowy, Icy Mess Hits Northeast Again

Boston is on the brink of breaking its all-time snowfall record for one season.

'Difficult to Understand': Missouri Town Shocked by Rampage

The mayor of a small Missouri town where a suspected gunman killed seven before turning the gun on himself said "it will take some time to heal."

FAA Approves Frozen New Hampshire Lake for Plane Landings

New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee has been approved by the FAA for plane landings — the only ice runway in the lower 48 states.

Suspect in Fatal L.A. Street Racing Crash Surrenders

Henry Michael Gevorgyan could face charges of hit and run, vehicular manslaughter and possibly murder.

Will Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade Have to Move or Reschedule?

There is concern that with all the snow this year narrowing local roads, the traditional parade route would be nearly impossible this time around.

Missing Swedish Teenager With Asperger's Found in NYC

A Swedish teen with Asperger's was found safe early Sunday and reuinted with his father nearly a day after he went missing in New York City.

Florida Eyes New Mandatory Barriers at Daycare Centers

Orange Country, Florida is expected to be the first in the nation to adopt a new standard for all daycare centers.

Nearly Half of Voters Object to Netanyahu Speech: Poll

Nearly half of American voters — 48 percent — say that congressional Republicans shouldn't have invited Netanyahu to address Congress without first notifying Obama.

Venezuela Claims to Have Captured U.S. Pilot

The claim that several U.S. citizens, including a pilot, have been detained in Venezuela could not be verified by embassy officials.

Dallas Nurse Who Survived Ebola Plans to Sue

The 26-year-old nurse says she has nightmares, body aches and insomnia as a result of contracting the disease.

Fire Breaks Out at Disneyland

The flames were reported about 9:20 p.m. in a back stage area near the It's a Small World attraction,

Teen Shot Dead During Fight Over Facebook Dispute

Police said a group gathered in a park in Birmingham after a dispute on Facebook, and others planned to record the fight. Two males then opened fire.

Teen Shot Dead During Fight Over Facebook Quarrel

Police said a group gathered in a park in Birmingham after a dispute on Facebook, and others planned to record the fight. Two males then opened fire.

Brazil Arrests U.S. Cult Leader Wanted on Child Sex Charges

Victor Arden Barnard was on the most-wanted list on suspicion of sexually assaulting two young women during a religious fellowship in Minnesota.

Brazil Arrests U.S. Cult Leader Wanted on Child Sex Charges

Victor Arden Barnard was on the most-wanted list on suspicion of sexually assaulting two young women during a religious fellowship in Minnesota.

Brazil Arrests U.S. Sect Leader Wanted on Sex Charges

Victor Arden Barnard was on the most-wanted list on suspicion of sexually assaulting two young women during a religious fellowship in Minnesota.

Four U.S. Missionaries Freed From Venezuela

It was unclear why the missionaries where detained, but they were questioned for several days, a pastor at their North Dakota church said.

Man Turns Joke About Selling Snow Into Real Business

"There ain't no business like snow business, I tell ya," said Kyle Warning of ShipSnowYo.com. "It is absolutely booming."

25-Vehicle Pileup Snarls Snowy Missouri Highway

A chain-reaction crash shut down Interstate 44 Saturday after a bus rammed a tractor-trailer, authorities said. Elsewhere, two were killed in a crash.

Three More Missouri Rampage Victims Identified

Suspected gunman Joseph Jesse Aldridge was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Friday after eight dead bodies were discovered.

Tamir Rice's Death Was Caused by His Own Actions: City

The city of Cleveland said that "losses" resulting from Tamir Rice's death were brought on by actions of the boy and his family.

Tamir Rice's Actions Brought On Shooting: Cleveland

The city of Cleveland said that "losses" resulting from Tamir Rice's death were brought on by actions of the boy and his family.

California Mom to Face Murder Charge in Death of Infant

Samantha Green, 23, was booked Friday and will be charged with murder after her 3-week-old child was found dead in a swampy area near Sacramento.

Mail-Order Snow Business Is Heating Up

An enterprising Massachusetts resident is selling New England snow to those that want it.

Swedish Teenager With Asperger's Missing in NYC

Marcus Kerttu, 15, was scheduled to depart the city Saturday, but instead his family was waiting for word of his whereabouts.

Big Butts Are Big Business

Butt lifts and implants are among the fastest growing procedures according to new survey from American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Erika Edwards reports.

Knitters Providing Free Scarves for the Winter

Denver knitters join nationwide trend of handing out free scarves to help cut the winter cold. Steve Staeger reports.


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