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Police say Noel Estevez, of the Bronx, N.Y., was arrested and charged as an adult with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of a fellow student Timothy Crump
Experts weigh in on impact of ruling by trademark board that the Washington Redskins have a "disparaging" name
There really is an app for everything -- even one that just sends out a simple two letter greeting
Plenty of early warning credited with keeping most locals safe
Officials prepare to see more crossing the border alone
Strikes out career-high 15; allows only one baserunner, on an error, in Dodgers' 8-0 win over Colorado Rockies in L.A.; it was ace's first no-hitter
Executions continue despite concerns over how lethal drugs are obtained, administered
One of five men accused in killing that exposed botched Fast and Furious gun sting
Transport plane crashed into a mountain in Alaska, then was buried in ice
Federal judge rules argument cannot be used to urge death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
Ruling strikes down a provision that allows warrantless arrests based solely on suspicion of immigration status
However, state education officials say roll-out of Common Core academic standards will go forward
Johann "Hans" Breyer held on German arrest warrant charging him with aiding, abetting killing of 216,000 Jewish men, women, children at Auschwitz
Dallas County leaders unanimously passed resolution stating African-Americans' suffering should be "satisfied with monetary and substantial reparations"
For one convent outside Chicago that has many elderly members, the "thump thump" of the neighboring strip club has become too much
Detroit police chief says he's angry after emergency call about a robbery in progress went nowhere for more than a half hour
A group of nuns in Chicago are suing a neighboring strip club for being too close to their convent. Brad Edwards reports.
Trains grind to a halt after power goes out for biggest U.S. city's subway system
Indiana man charged with killing roommate, woman in her 70s, allegedly told police he stabbed her unintentionally while practicing "knife moves"
Prosecutors had said they would dismiss the first-degree murder charge and file a new charge of accessory after the fact in juvenile court against 16-year-old James Edwards Jr. in exchange for his continued testimony against two other teen suspects in the shooting death of Chris Lane