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The parents of a 2-year-old Gatlinburg, Tenn., boy who died after being left in a vehicle overnight were arrested Monday on felony murder charges.

     
 
 

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The voluntary manslaughter and murder charges against former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing were formally dismissed Monday.

     
 
 

Eagles announces on Twitter and says, 'I'm ready'

     
 
 

Rachel Lindsay's family ask the tough questions we have been wondering for years.

     
 
 

Less than a week after revealing he is battling brain cancer, Sen. John McCain said he will return to Washington to take part in health care votes.

     
 
 
Land slated for a Pre-Kindergarten school in Brooklyn could contain a mass grave for Revolutionary War-era soldiers, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.The lot at Ninth Street and Third Avenue in the Park Slope neighborhood has long been suspected to hold a mass grave...

President Donald Trump is addressing thousands of Boy Scouts at a national gathering in West Virginia. Trump says that the country "has no better citizens than its Boy Scouts," adding: "The Scouts believe in putting America first." (July 24)

     
 
 

Details will come out. People who knew the double life Hugh Freeze was leading will come forward.

     
 
 

In case you haven't heard, 'Justice League' will have to edit out Superman's new facial hair. Twitter had jokes.

     
 
 

It is the largest caught in New Jersey but won't be the record breaker because of a technicality.

     
 
 

In the midst of a tumultuous offseason, the Cavs signed former MVP Derrick Rose to a one-year contract for the veteran's minimum of $2.1 million.

     
 
 

Who cares if her new film got the cold shoulder in the U.S.?

     
 
 

Nearly half of Medicaid/CHIP enrollees -- about 35 million people -- are children under the age of 18.

     
 
 

The feud between UFC 214 headliners Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier goes back nearly seven years.

     
 
 

President Trump told a huge crowd of Boy Scouts he didn't want to talk about politics at the national jamboree. But he just couldn't help himself.

     
 
 

The findings could aid future moon exploration.

     
 
 

Angelika Graswald, accused of causing the drowning death of her fiancé during a kayaking trip, entered a guilty plea to criminally negligent homicide.

     
 
 

“If it was a guy from south Texas, I might ask him to step outside and settle this Aaron Burr-style,” said Rep. Blake Farnethold.

     
 
 

It’s true that the president has the constitutional power to issue pardons, but there are some limits to that power.

     
 
 

Net income fell to $3.52 billion from $4.88 billion in the year ago quarter.

     
 
 

Sean Tuohy figures Hugh Freeze has plenty of critics. He'll continue to be a friend.

     
 
 

Between Kyrie Irving's trade request and LeBron James' frustration, Altman will certainly have his work cut out for him.

     
 
 

John Elway has had his share of masterful moves, but a few have left much to be desired.

     
 
 

If the Russia collusion story is nonsense, you'd have to believe 6 impossible things: Our view

     
 
 

The president accidentally referred to the "past 17," rather than seven, years of Obamacare.

     
 
 

Bell: The problems continue to mount for the Cowboys, who learned Monday that their backup receiver was arrested in June but never told them.

     
 
 

Though many jurors try to remain neutral, their deeply held biases can affect the life-and-death decisions they are charged to make, experts say.

     
 
 
Millennials are spending more money on stocks than they would on cups of coffee or items on Amazon, the co-founder of a stock trading app said in a new interview.

White House adviser, and President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner denied colluding with a foreign government. Readers react.

     
 
 

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