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Bailey O'Neill's parents just wanted him to see his 12th birthday.
Reputed former mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger did not have the right to commit more murders after striking an immunity deal with the FBI in the 1970s, a federal judge ruled Monday, knocking down a key part of Bulger's defense at his trial.
Tens of millions of online note-takers found themselves worrying about their security Monday, as questions remained about a weekend hack of Evernote.
The Hippocratic Oath, when properly translated, doesn't actually say, "First, do no harm." But since the time of the ancient Greeks, that's become the mantra for every medical professional.
The family of a Mississippi mayoral candidate claimed Sunday that he died after being "beaten, dragged and burned," an account a local medical examiner disputed, saying "I don't know where that is coming from."
The U.S. Army said Monday it "regrets" an incident in which a U.S. solider was shot after allegedly refusing to stop for South Korean police, leading to a car chase through Seoul late Saturday night.
Sen. Robert Casey urges his colleagues in Congress to work with him in passing the Safe Schools Improvement Act.
A "smoking gun" e-mail allegedly connecting a concert promoter to Michael Jackson's death was revealed this week as a judge unsealed documents in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by Jackson's mother and children.
A Somali appeals court has cleared a woman who accused security forces of raping her but upheld the conviction of a journalist who interviewed her.
A Montana engineer was found dead in his Singapore apartment last year. The police there say he killed himself, but his family says he was murdered, and point to corporate intrigue found on his hard drive.
A Texas coroner declared the death of an adopted Russian boy accidental, prompting Moscow to demand a complete report from U.S. officials.
Two volunteer firefighters are accused of forcing a boy into sexual slavery that lasted for years, according to the Vermont State Police Department.
California Gov. Jerry Brown reversed a decision to grant parole to Bruce Davis, a former follower of Charles Manson. "When considered as a whole, I find the evidence ... shows why he currently poses a danger to society if released from prison," the governor wrote.
The death of a Russian boy adopted by an American couple has been ruled accidental, the district attorney of Ector County, Texas, said.
A file titled "Suicide Note" was recovered from the desktop computer in the bedroom of a man called responsible for the killings of three people in Orange County, California, last month, authorities said Friday.
Illinois lottery winner Urooj Khan died of cyanide toxicity and his death has been ruled a homicide, Cook County Medical Examiner Dr. Stephen Cina said Friday.
South African authorities disarmed and suspended officers allegedly involved in an incident captured on video showing a man dragged on a road in the back of a police van, kicking and writhing.
An Army psychiatrist accused of opening fire and killing 13 people at Fort Hood, Texas, will begin trial proceedings in three months, a military judge ruled.
A Japanese court Friday sentenced two American servicemen to prison for a rape committed last year while they were on duty at a U.S. military base in Okinawa.
A 36-year-old man disappeared Thursday night after a sinkhole opened up underneath his bedroom in Florida, authorities said.