AP investigation finds that 786 children died in plain view of abuse-and-neglect authorities
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A Texas meteorologist was shot outside of a local TV station in Waco, Texas, according to ABC affiliate KXXV.
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TV meteorologist in central Texas shot while in studio parking lot; authorities seek gunman
Albuquerque police release video of accidental shooting by officer that injured man
A Texas plumber has now found himself facing threatening phone calls about the country's civil war because his car appeared in an extremist group's video.
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Alan Gross thanks President Obama as new era in U.S.-Cuba diplomacy begins.
Sony says theaters don't have to show 'The Interview' after threats
Nathaniel Kibby is charged with 80 counts each of aggravated felonious sexual assault and sexual assault, as well as 40 other crimes.
Markus Kaarma has been found guilty in the slaying of 17-year-old German exchange student Diren Dede, whom he shot after the teen wandered into Kaarma???s Montana garage.
The first American embassy opened in Havana in 1923 but it was closed when America formally cut diplomatic relations with Cuba in 1961.
New era in Cuban-American ties after prisoner swap; Midwest schools sick with the flu; Methane discovery may mean life on Mars.
Alan Gross, 65, freed in prisoner swap.
A photo of the truck once owned by a Texas City plumbing company was posted on Twitter by an Islamic militant group.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial to begin in Jan., hasn???t been seen since July 2013.
Johns Hopkins University accidentally sent nearly 300 students emails suggesting they had been accepted to the school, when actually they had already been turned down.
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Sony hackers target movie goers; secret Santas payoff layaway bills across the country.
Officials say Ex-Marine Bradley Stone committed suicide after killing his ex-wife and her relatives.
Taliban attack in Pakistan leaves students dead; Bradley Stone found dead after multiple murders; Russian Ruble in trouble.
ABC News' Josh Haskell is outside the home of Bradley Stone about a half mile from where his body was found.
Police say Bradley Stone killed ex-wife and 5 other family members.
Investigators have released a digitally-altered photo of Bradley William Stone.
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