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Connecticut-School-Shooting (Will update)
As relatives began to say goodbye, forever, to their slain children, investigators in Connecticut worked Monday to better understand what happened to them -- including digging deeper into the gun and computer use of the 20-year-old man who ended their lives.
POL-Obit-Inouye (Will update)
Daniel Inouye, the Medal of Honor-winning World War II veteran who represented Hawaii in the Senate for five decades, has died at age 88, his office announced Monday.
The fire that killed more than 100 people at a clothing factory on the outskirts of Bangladesh's capital was an "act of sabotage," a government committee of inquiry said Monday.
A pair of U.S. space probes that have been diligently mapping the moon for nearly a year went out with a bang Monday as controllers crashed them into a lunar mountain, NASA announced.
A toy that absorbs water and can expand 400 times its original size has been voluntarily recalled after reports of a toddler ingesting one of them, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Monday.
A Florida man who said he became addicted to spying on celebrities must spend the next 10 years in a federal prison for hacking their e-mail.
After months of accusations and political recriminations, the State Department is getting ready to present the most detailed explanation yet regarding the circumstances surrounding the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Monday, the State Department is expected to get a report on the incident from the independent Advisory Review Board.
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Egypt's prosecutor general, appointed to the job just last month by President Mohamed Morsy, gave into demands of lower prosecutors by agreeing to resign next week.
Hundreds of mourners packed a church in southwest India on Monday to honor the Indian-born nurse believed to have killed herself after taking a prank call at the hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife.
A group of fans who support Russian soccer giant Zenit St Petersburg has unveiled a manifesto urging the club not to sign black players.