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1976 blast at Hanford Nuclear Reservation exposed technician to massive dose of radiation, leading to him being nicknamed the "Atomic Man"
Matthew Coniglio, 46, was arrested April 10 at his Georgia home; Investigators found 56 tapes showing the suspect assaulting young girls
Atlanta police say woman accused of driving under the influence dragged an investigating officer after she was startled awake
The suspects allegedly burglarized Amish-owned businesses and attacked residents using baseball bats
Lawyer for Ahmed Abu Khattalah says prosecutors have not yet presented evidence of his involvement in the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks
A woman from Maryland is accused of purposely putting Visine in her 3-year-old son's drink, hospitalizing him
Board says program is legal but "close to the line of constitutional reasonableness"
Four people have pleaded guilty to collecting "ransoms" from families, authorities say.
Orlando businessman arrested, haircutter's by day said to house strip club by night
Airline says captain decided to turn the plane around in the interest of passenger comfort
Crowd cheers ranger who was lowered by rope to rescue dehydrated dog from ledge at national park
Voters in N.D. overwhelmingly approved a state constitutional ban on same-sex marriage 10 years ago
In note penned to her mother in 1931, Maine school teacher apologizes for not writing sooner
A 99-degree day in Portland leaves residents soaked in sweat and panting, but, hey, they don't have air conditioners
At 84, the woman President Obama stole his campaign slogan from -- albeit in a different language -- is still a giant in the fight against inequality
When Bob Renning spotted a car burning on the highway, he took matters into his own bare hands to rescue the man trapped inside
Forecasters say Atlantic hurricane season's first named storm, which arrived just in time for holiday weekend, was slowly strengthening off southeast Florida
Watch excerpts from President Lyndon B. Johnson's televised speech on July 2, 1964, as he signed the landmark Civil Rights Act to address racial discrimination and inequality. "We have come now to a time of testing - we must not fail," he told an audience of lawmakers and civil rights advocates, including the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Story of Guatemalan boy found dead about a mile from Texas border shows perils child migrants face on their long journeys
Prosecutors say Ahmed Abu Khattala was motivated by "extremist ideology," had expressed anger over American presence in Libyan city