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This March 8, 2012 file photo shows actress Angelina Jolie at the Women in the World Summit in New York.
In this Feb. 24, 2009, photo, first lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Biden, stand with Philadelphia police officer Richard DeCoatsworth during President Obama's address to a joint session of Congress.
Two Metro-North trains collided in Connecticut during the evening rush hour tonight, ending 60 people to the hospital, including five critically injured.
Police believe a Washington woman used her toddler to steal an antique violin from a teenager Wednesday afternoon at a local restaurant.
As the countdown ticks on to Saturday night's record Powerball drawing, the jackpot has swollen to over $600 million, largely due to California's participation in the game, lottery officials said.
Kazino, the venue of "Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812," where Kevin Williamson had it with a theater-goer's phone.
NewsRight, an organization created to turn unauthorized publishers of newspaper content on the Internet into licensed customers, said it is disbanding and transferring its operations to Moreover Technologies, which monitors how Moreover's clients are portrayed in the media.
Pearson's Financial Times reported Friday that several of its blogs and social media accounts were "compromised by hackers." The announcement, initially made through the U.K.-based business publication's Twitter account, was also confirmed by FOX Business through a Financial Times spokesperson.
A student was killed in an armed invasion overnight, according to the New York Times on May 17.
Serial killer Robert Yates, whose death sentence has been upheld by the state Supreme Court, is seeking an appeal through the federal court system.
A 17-year-old Troy girl charged with killing her father last year has now been released from jail after the county dropped the indictment.
Writer Kevin Williamson of the National Review attended a musical in New York. He says a woman was web surfing on her phone, violating theater rules.
Modern workers have struck another form of "black gold": printer toner, part of the $50 billion per year companies may lose to employees stealing from the office, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Utility workers try to restore electric power on down lines on Thursday, May 16, 2013, in Cleburne, Texas.
After the high-profile adaptation of the famed DC Comics character failed earn a pilot order this past season, the youth-skewing network ordered a new script for the origin story of Wonder Woman's alter-ego Diana of Themyscira.