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Huber Matos Benitez (OO'-ber MAH'-tos ben-EE'-tez), who was a leader of the Cuban Revolution before becoming an opponent of Fidel Castro, has died.
You can cheer, but not vocally.
A woman accused of abducting her newborn nephew in Wisconsin and abandoning him outside a gas station in Iowa has pleaded not guilty to a federal kidnapping charge.
There are plenty of opinions on whether a New York judge should open two remaining volumes from an investigation into the 1971 Attica prison riot and its aftermath.
A unique wedding ring lost in the Gulf of Mexico has been found by a southwest Florida treasure hunter.
The cars, known as DOT-111s, were involved in derailments of oil trains in Casselton, N.D., and Lac-Megantic, Quebec, just across the U.S. border, NTSB member Robert Sumwalt told a House Transportation subcommittee hearing.
The U.S. Department of Energy and the contractor that runs the Waste Isolation Pilot Project said in a joint news release that they have notified the workers of the positive results and will do further testing.
Firefighters and police responding to a blaze at a suburban Chicago house on Wednesday saw a man shoot himself in an apparent murder-suicide that left four people, including a 5-year-old boy, dead, authorities said.
A Massachusetts man has pleaded not guilty to murder in the July poisoning death of an alleged extortion victim of Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.
A drug trafficker who placed a pipe bomb in a gift-wrapped microwave oven in a plot to kill two potential murder witnesses was executed Wednesday for the 1992 death of a Florida highway trooper who became the unintended victim.
Authorities are investigating whether the shooting of a bus driver who says a book of Bible verses in his pocket helped stop two bullets was a hate crime.
Authorities say a police officer in South Carolina shot a 70-year-old man reaching for a cane during a traffic stop because he thought the man was grabbing a rifle from the bed of his pickup truck.
Two police officers in an oil-rich West Texas city spent weeks competing to see who could take the most cardboard signs away from homeless people, even though panhandling doesn't violate any city law.
The Maronite Catholic Church in the United States is about to ordain its first married priest.
Troubled by an anti-gay movement in Uganda and across much of the world, the U.S. is launching a new effort to combat what Secretary of State John Kerry described Wednesday as a threat to human rights.
Police say a New Jersey man who fired shots inside a mall last year before killing himself was under investigation for selling drugs.
Three drivers are being hailed as heroes for preventing an alleged drunk driver from continuing on his drive along an upstate highway after they say they watched him veer in and out of lanes and even run into a tractor trailer, 13WHAM.com reported.
A record number of suicides at the Golden Gate Bridge in 2013 demonstrates the need for a safety net to be installed underneath the landmark, a watchdog group says.
A massive statue of Marilyn Monroe that has turned heads for two years in Palm Springs is headed east.
Officials at Fort Carson in Colorado are investigating reports a soldier posted a photo on Instagram of herself deliberately avoiding saluting the flag.