Dancing with the Stars: All 26 Winners ... From the Last 13 Years!!
Tamerlan Tsarnaev Tied to 2011 Triple Murder
Ibragim Todashev, a friend of deceased Boston Marathon bombings suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, told police that Tsarnaev participated in a triple murder in 2011.
Todashev was killed by an FBI agent who was interviewing him in May. His death is under investigation. Tsarnaev was killed days after the April 15 bombings.
Man Calls in Bomb Threat After Forgetting to Book Wedding Venue
On the list of things that will land you in a world of trouble with your would-be wife, forgetting to book the venue for your wedding is pretty high up there.
So you can imagine how Neil McArdle felt when he realized he'd forgotten to reserve St. George’s Hall for his nuptials to Amy Williams until the day of.
Massachusetts Teacher Stabbed to Death; Student Charged With Murder
A beloved Danvers, Massachusetts high school math teacher was stabbed to death by a student who dumped her body in the woods, media reports state.
The teenager, whose name was not disclosed because he is a juvenile, faces arraignment today. He is charged with killing math teacher Colleen Ritzer.
Lisa Irwin Found? Parents Say Mystery Roma Gypsy Girl May Be Missing Kansas City Child
The mystery girl named "Maria" who was found in a Roma gypsy camp in Greece last week has sparked an international search for the child's real parents.
Two parents hoping for a miracle are Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin, whose daughter, Lisa Irwin, disappeared from her bedroom in Kansas City in 2011.
President Obama Stops Pregnant Woman From Fainting During Health Care Speech
President Barack Obama stopped to help a pregnant woman on the verge of fainting during a speech he gave on health care in Washington, D.C., today.
Nearly 30 minutes into his speech, under the hot sun, a pregnant female supporter standing behind the Commander-in-Chief began to feel lightheaded.
Mystery Girl Found in Greece; Child Trafficking Suspected as Police Search For Parents
A four-year old girl going by the name Maria, with blond hair and blue eyes, was found in a Roma, Greece in a case that has gained international attention.
Clowns Kill Mexican Drug Lord at Children's Party
Gunmen disguised as clowns at a children's party shot the eldest brother of Mexico's once powerful Tijuana drug cartel family to death on Saturday.
Francisco Rafael Arellano Felix, 63, was gunned down at a family event Friday in Cabo San Lucas, special investigations prosecutor Isai Arias told reporters.
Walmart Worker Fired For Helping Woman Fight Off Attacker in Parking Lot
A former Walmart worker says the retail giant fired him for trying to help a woman from being attacked in the parking lot of a southeastern Michigan store.
Kristopher Oswald, 30, tells WXYZ-TV that the Hartland Township store managers gave him papers saying they were dismissing him for "policy violations."
Boy Dresses Up For Halloween as Doctor Who Saved His Life
A seven-year-old Seattle-area boy dressed up for Halloween as a different kind of superhero. He went as Dr. Jay Rubenstein, the doctor who saved his life.
Landon Browne turned up at Seattle Children's Hospital on Wednesday wearing a lab coat, stethoscope and surgical gloves to surprise Rubinstein.
Charles Walker and Joseph Jenkins Escape Florida Prison Using Forced Documents
Charles Walker and Joseph Jenkins, both 34, are considered "escapees" by authorities after being released from prison erroneously using forged documents.
Investigators discovered forged motions to reduce the duo's respective sentences and bogus court orders granting the request, according to reports.
82-Year-Old Enrolls in College After Husband Dies, Gets Crowned Homecoming Queen
An 82-year-old enrolled in college classes after her husband died, and inspired her fellow students so much that they voted her Homecoming Queen.
Frances Wood enrolled at Mid-America Nazarene University in Kansas, to take classes in finance, history and literature after her husband of 59 years passed.
Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy: On the Rocks Over Ill-Advised Tweet?
Caroline Wozniacki and Rory McIlroy are rumored to be on the rocks, and although she denies this, the report stemmed from a hilarious incident.
The Danish tennis star tweeted an embarrassing photo of her open-mouthed sleeping sweetheart, the Northern Irish golf champion, last month.
Cory Booker Elected to U.S. Senate in Special Election
Cory Booker, the charismatic mayor of Newark, is now a member of the U.S. Senate from New Jersey after winning a special election on Wednesday.
The Democrat, heavily favored in polls, defeated conservative Republican Steve Lonegan. Booker had an 11-point lead with the vote 90 percent counted.
Senate Reaches Deal to End Government Shutdown, Avoid Default
U.S. Senate leaders said Wednesday that they reached a bipartisan agreement to end a 16-day government shutdown and avert default on the national debt.
Oarfish Discovered Off Southern California is 18 FEET Long: Check it Out!
What began as a simple snorkel off the coast of Southern California last weekend ended with the discovery of an 18-foot oarfish by a marine science instructor.
If you haven't heard of the oarfish, you're not alone. The giant deep-sea creature remains little known to the science world as well as people outside it.
Harry Belafonte Sues Martin Luther King Jr. Estate in Dispute Over Speeches
Harry Belafonte wants to sell the original, penned speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr., and the late civil rights icon's estate is none too thrilled about it.
Belafonte has the notes that were in Dr. King's suit pocket when he was assassinated in Memphis on April 4, 1968, among other items he says MLK gave him.
Highest Paid TV Actor: Who (Surprisingly) Tops the List?
A list of the highest paid TV actors has been released by Forbes magazine, and you might be surprised at some of the names who come out on top.
Number-one on the list? Ashton Kutcher of Two and a Half Men. The actor earned an estimated $24 million from June 2012 to June 2013 alone.
BET Hip-Hop Awards 2013: List of Winners!
There may be some bad blood between Kendrick Lamar and Drake, but both topped the winners list at the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards last night.
After scoring 14 nominations, Lamar - who threw shade at Drake once again Tuesday at the Atlanta Civic Center - walked away with five awards.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2014 Nominees: Revealed!
Nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's 2014 class have been revealed, and one group stands head and shoulders above all.
Nirvana, the influential grunge rock trio whose first album release came a quarter century ago, is eligible for consideration for the first time in 2014.
Shayanna Jenkins, Aaron Hernandez Had "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy
Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez and his fiancee Shayanna Jenkins had what you might call a "don't ask, don't tell" policy when it came to his shady dealings.
So when he called her to tell her it was "important" for her to get rid of a box "right away" in the days after his friend found executed, she did so with no hesitation.
Lobbyists Lobbying to Drop "Lobbyists" From Association Name
The Washington association that lobbies for lobbyists feels the group needs some rebranding and wants to change its name to nix the word “lobbyists.”
The leaders of the American League of Lobbyists say their work has evolved, and members do lots more than troll Congress to try to shape legislation.
London Attack: British Soldier Killed With Cleaver, Officials Decry Terrorism
A man believed to be a British soldier was hacked to death in broad daylight by two men with a cleaver in what officials are calling a terrorist attack.
As the victim, dressed in what looked to be a T-shirt for Help for Heroes, a charity for military veterans, lay dying, one of the attackers found a camera.