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3-year-old Logan Cox suffered severe heat stroke after he climbed into car and became trapped, according to South Carolina police
The crash of two commercial airplanes and death of all 128 people aboard at the national landmark helped spur an overhaul to flight safety
Madelynn Taylor, 74, wants a judge to order cemetery to allow her ashes to be interred in memorial wall along with those of late wife
An extensive survey of the class of 2008 also had surprising findings on marriage rates, ethnicities and types of colleges
Andrew Robert Rector says he suffered "substantial injury" to his "character and reputation" and "mental anguish, loss of future income and loss of earning capacity"
Six people were hurt after the roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain struck a tree that had fallen onto the track
Truck sideswipes disabled vehicle on side of highway, spilling massive amounts of popular energy drink onto the open road
Police say it happened 2,000 feet over George Washington Bridge around midnight; drones' operators arrested
As 1st legal weed stores set to open in 2nd U.S. state, laws of supply and demand are leaving some budding entrepreneurs with high anxiety
In Colorado, it's legal to openly carry a gun, and at the aptly named "Shooters" in the town of Rifle, the staff are trained in a lot more than table service
20-year-old, thought to be infant's mother, being questioned but no charges yet, police say; baby is in custody of child services agency
22 people left 20 feet in air for hours at Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park outside L.A.; half-dozen hurt, authorities say
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian gives his thoughts on Google Glass, Ed Snowden and Facebook.
In the latest Buzzfeed Brews, Alex Ohanian sits down with Buzzfeed Tech Editor Charlie Warzel and explains the net neutrality act, which he says skews the Internet in favor of the incumbent.
Co-founder of Reddit Alexis Ohanian sits down with Buzzfeed Tech Editor Charlie Warzel and discusses the never-ending story of how companies outgrow their customers' best interests.
Alexis Ohanian sits down with Buzzfeed Tech Editor Charlie Warzel and discusses whether the American people should have to come to terms with larger sites like Facebook and Google having access to all of their personal information.
Trial gets underway to determine whether Shelly Sterling complete $2 billion sale of Los Angeles Clippers without husband's OK
California deputy said he thought 13-year-old had assault rifle; case heightened racial tensions in mostly Latino community
Minnesota Twins fans who don't want to wait in line at concessions stands can now get their brew from a vending machine
Police are searching for Amy Arrington, 42, who went missing last weekend while at Myrtle Beach