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Accused Trooper Killer, Nabbed After 48-Day Manhunt, Appears in Court

Eric Frein, the survivalist accused of killing a Pennsylvania State Trooper, wounding another and then leading authorities on a seven-week manhunt through the woods surrounding the Pocono Mountains, was formally charged with murder Friday. [[281006422, C]] Frein, 31, was escorted into the Pike County courthouse in an orange jumpsuit, avoiding eye contact with the public. District Court Judge Shannon Muir read the list of charges, describing the murder, saying he Frein shot Cpl. Bryon Dickson with a 308 rifle, possessed two bombs, and attempted to kill two others. Read »
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Denver Teens Chatted With ISIS Recruiter: Report

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Ex-SEAL Probed Over Book on Bin Laden Raid

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WATCH: Girl, 15, Court Hearing in Murder Plot

A 15-year-old Detroit-area girl is in court Friday on charges that she plotted to kill her family so the teen could run off with her boyfriend. Read »
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Lawsuit: Surgical Gowns Let Diseases Pass Through

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4 Dead, 5 Injured After Plane Crashes at Kansas Airport

A small plane crashed into a two-story building at Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita, Kansas, on Thursday, killing at least four people, including the pilot, and injuring five others, NBC News reported. An airport spokesman said "approximately" 100 people were in the FlightSafety International building at the time of the crash and officials said they believe everyone in the building has been accounted for. One witness said the plane was "just sitting on top of the building on fire" as a "black, hazy smoke" billowed into the air. The pilot of the plane reported losing engine power just after takeoff at around 10 a.m. ET and struck the roof of the building while trying to return to the runway, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Read »
Thursday, Oct 30, 2014 at 7:54 PM

FBI Agents Posed as Repairmen to Ensnare Alleged Gambling Ring

Lawyers are crying foul after FBI agents went undercover as computer repairmen in a July sting to catch members of an illegal betting ring operating out of a high-roller suite at a Las Vegas casino, NBC News reported. Agents cut off Internet access to the room of 50-year-old Malaysian millionaire Paul Phua and entered as repairmen to gather evidence against him and his son, later accusing them of taking millions of dollars in bets on the World Cup. Phua's defense attorney says police can't just trick their way into any private resident with solely a tip. Read »
Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 at 1:48 PM

Made Pariahs for Helping? Ebola Aid Groups Struggle

Wednesday, Oct 29, 2014 at 7:37 PM
 

There's only one person: Denzel.  

— Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder giving his opinion on the best actor to portray him in a movie while speaking at the Washington Ideas Forum.
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Study: Mislabeled Shrimp Rampant at Restaurants and Grocers

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Florida Woman Awakens From Coma, Gives Birth

Friday, Oct 24, 2014 at 2:37 AM

What You Need to Know: How the Ebola Virus Is Spread

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Woman Steals $300,000 in Deceased Mother's Social Security

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Latte Without the Wait: Starbucks Plans Delivery Service

Thursday, Oct 30, 2014 at 6:24 PM

Boston's Longest-Serving Mayor Tom Menino Dies

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