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Gay-Marriage Study Author Admits to Lies, Mag Says

The journal Science has now formally retracted the study that said a person's view on gay-marriage could be changed by a short conversation.

Bowe Bergdahl Not Accused of Sexual Harassment: Officials

Army officials seek to tamp down "false reports" about Bergdahl, charged with desertion after he left his post and was held captive by the Taliban.

'Heartbreaking': Search for Texas Flood Victims Goes On

Rescue crews have already pulled more than 100 people from rushing floodwaters in Texas, some of them swept downstream more than 10 miles.

Dog Walker Finds Body in Suitcase in Pennsylvania

A dog walker discovered a suitcase with a human body inside Thursday not far from Philadelphia International Airport, authorities say.

Deadly Texas Rains Ended Historic Drought

The recent deluge in Texas has nearly brought the end of a four-year drought.

Ex-Speaker Hastert Indicted Over Alleged Hush Money Withdrawals

Prosecutors say for the past four years the former Republican Speaker of the House has paid $1.7 million dollars in apparent hush money.

Texas Lt. Governor: Death Toll From Floods Could Have Been Higher

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick says a lot of credit should be given to first responders and Texas residents for coming together to save hundreds of lives during this week's heavy rain and flooding.

Cosmetic Face 'Fillers' Can Go Trafically Wrong, FDA Warns

Cosmetic facial fillers, which can plump thin lips or erase wrinkles, can go badly and tragically wrong, the FDA warned Thursday.

Former Michigan Cop to Stand Trial for Beating Unarmed Man

A former suburban Detroit police officer caught on camera beating an unarmed black man during a traffic stop will stand trial.

Guitars, Rings and Cameras: Welcome to the Land of Lost Luggage

Tucked away in rural northeastern Alabama, miles from any major airport, is the last stop for the nation's lost luggage.

Millionaire Mom Sentenced to 18 Years in Son's Poisoning Death

Eight-year-old Jude Mirra was found dead of a drug overdose in a $2,300-a-night New York City suite strewn with over 5,800 prescription pills in 2010.

Ten Youngsters Advance to Spelling Bee's Final Round

Ten of the best spellers in the nation are one round closer to a big W-I-N in the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee.

It's Almost Summer, But There's Still Snow in Boston

A 75-foot-high snow mound has been reduced to a three-story pile of dirt and trash, encrusted in solid ice.

California City Cancels Fireworks Because of Drought

There won't be any July 4 pyrotechnics in Cupertino, home to Silicon Valley giant Apple, as a result of water-saving measures, officials said.

Wimberley Resident Recounts Enormity of Flooding

Chuck Criswell, a resident of Wimberley, Texas, walks NBC's Gabe Gutierrez though the evening the Blanco River swelled, from the banks of the river back to his hilltop home.

Unarmed Man Beaten During Traffic Stop Settles for $1.4M

Dent was beaten and put in a choke hold during a January traffic stop in the Detroit suburb of Inkster.

Date Set for Tsarnaev's Official Death Sentence

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will officially be sentenced to death in June.

Death Sentence Becomes Life for 10 Nebraska Killers

The repeal of the death penalty means a new lease on life for 10 men on death row in the Cornhusker State.

Wheelie-Popping Bikers Take Over Boston Tunnel

A traffic camera captured dozens of bikers, riding dirt bikes and ATVs, virtually taking over the tunnel.

Tamir Rice's Father: 'I Can't See Him Grow Up'

Leonard Warner, the father of Tamir, who was killed by Cleveland police in November, spoke publicly for the first time about his son's death.

Thief Steals Sunglasses, Leaves $1 Million Lottery Ticket

A Seattle couple had a $1 million lottery ticket for months, but didn't realize it — and the thief who broke into their car had no idea, either.

U.S. Dad's Jail Hit by Deadly Airstrike: Rights Group

A bombing campaign led by Saudi Arabia has targeted a Yemeni military base where an American father of three was believed to have been imprisoned, campaigners said.

Homecoming Queen's Dad Shares Heartbreaking Last Words

The father of a Texas homecoming queen who drowned when her car was swept off the road in floods remembers the last call he got from his daughter.

Tamir Rice's Father Still Looking for 'Closure' After Shooting

Leonard Warner, the father of Tamir Rice, talks about the sadness he feels knowing he will never see his son grow up to be a man and having children.

Tarmir Rice's Father Still Looking for 'Closure' After Shooting

Leonard Warner, the father of Tamir Rice, talks about the sadness he feels knowing he will never see his son grow up to be a man and having children.

Nebraska's Death Penalty Repealed With Veto Override

Nebraska became the first conservative state in more than 40 years to abolish the death penalty, as lawmakers voted to override the governor's veto.

Pilot Arrested After Small Plane Goes Off Runway Before Take Off

Officials at the airport in Melbourne, Florida, said the Cessna Sky Master had the pilot and his son on board. The pilot did not comment to reporters.

This American Cocaine Trafficker Tried to Join ISIS

Leon Nathan Davis had a family and a sales job — and says he left them behind last fall with a one-way ticket overseas and a plan to join ISIS.

How FIFA Boss Runs Soccer 'Like a Chicago Politician'

FIFA President Sepp Blatter isn't named in the Justice Department's indictment of 14 top world soccer figures — despite years of accusations.

'Quiet' Mechanic Slain While Fixing Customer's Car

An auto mechanic was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon as he worked on a car in Jersey City, police said. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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