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Storm overturns RV trailers in coastal Mississippi city, but only 2 injuries reported
Frazier Glenn Miller, the man who allegedly went on a shooting rampage outside two Jewish community centers in Kansas was charged today with one count of capital murder and a second count of premeditated first degree murder.
US backs Ukraine military action against pro-Russian uprising in east region
An Arizona man accused of shooting his wife to death in a mercy killing removed his electronic monitoring bracelet while on house arrest and fled the area, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. An arrest warrant was issued on Monday for Howard Randolph, 79, after authorities said he cut off his electronic monitoring ankle bracelet and fled the Phoenix-area home where was staying as he awaited trial. Rudolph was arrested last August after his wife, Earlene Rudolph, 73, was found shot to death in the bathroom of the couple's home in a Sun City, Ariz., retirement community. After the killing, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said Rudolph told detectives his wife was sick and he couldn't take it anymore. Rudolph pleaded not guilty to a murder charge last year. In February, he was released to the custody of friends while awaiting trial and was ordered to wear an electronic ankle monitor and adhere to a curfew, according to the sheriff's office. Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy Joaquin Enriquez said Randolph is 6-foot-3, 180-pounds and is believed to be driving a 2006 white Lincoln Town Car with the Arizona plate BER-4316. Anyone with information is asked to contact authorities. Rudolph's public defender did not immediately return a request for comment.
Women's media group names courage award after AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus
Coast Guard searches for crew member reported overboard from container ship northeast of Oahu
Union fights Senate push to have IRS hire private contractors to collect some delinquent taxes
An MIT prosthetics engineer vowed to help marathon bombing victim dance again.
With the skyrocketing use of social media by companies, many are still learning the ropes of how to grab customers' attention with humorous or news-worthy messages but still Twitter-tasteful. Here are 10 tweets from big brands that led to company apologies.
Johnson & Johnson's Q1 profit rises 8 pct on lower spending, surge in prescription drug sales
Barrier broken: First women move into Army field artillery jobs as cannon platoon leaders
Kim Kardashian Through the Years. Inside the reality star's life and style.
Incredible Then and Now Images From the Boston Marathon
Suspected Islamic militants abduct 100 female students from school in northeast Nigeria
Appeals court rejects state and industry challenges to EPA emission standards for power plants
The "New Girl" actress created a vintage-inspired clothing collection.
Just in time for Easter!
Well, with a Spidey suit that basically shows off all his assets, he better be comfortable in his own skin. At the world premiere of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" in London, Andrew Garfield revealed his favorite suit - his birthday suit!
Testimony put off as judge in 9/11 case at Guantanamo looks into FBI leak probe
Trisha Yearwood has listed her home in Brentwood, Tenn.