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In a case that attracted national attention, Philadelphia inner-city abortion provider Kermit B. Gosnell was found guilty of first-degree murder Monday in the deaths of three born-alive babies by "snipping" their spines.
Sweden's royal family says Princess Madeleine's wedding will take place on Saturday, June 8, at the Royal Palace chapel in downtown Stockholm.
The incredible shrinking bank may have to shrink more. In the hours after Tuesday's surprise announcement that Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit was stepping down, speculation was rife, and facts scant, about what lay ahead for the nation's third-largest bank.
A Washington man whose wife discovered through Facebook that he had married a second woman has pleaded guilty to attempted bigamy.
Who hasn't been tempted at least once to take something that isn't theirs, if it seems abandoned? Such moral and ethical dilemmas confronting two ordinary, working-class mothers beset by financial problems are the subject of "Fly Me To the Moon," an edgy, hilarious new comedy written and directed by the Tony Award-nominated and Olivier Award-winning Irish playwright Marie Jones.
The stars of "Modern Family" have reached new contracts to keep working on the Emmy-winning comedy, end-ing a dispute that had threatened to spill over into a courtroom.
Sullen faces and depressed looks weren't hard to find around Belmont Park on Friday. News of I'll Have Another's injury, the end of a historic run at the Triple Crown and his retirement had even those not associated with him upset.
Trainer Doug O'Neill is taking an unconventional path to a Triple Crown bid by using a series of strong gallops rather than formal workouts to prepare I'll Have Another for the Belmont Stakes on June 9.
Chasing Bodemeister around the track at Pimlico Race Course, jockey Mario Gutierrez and I'll Have Another also were chasing a chance at history. This is what he and trainer Doug O'Neill were prepared for.
Doug O'Neill is all smiles this week. Throwing out the first pitch at Camden Yards, meeting Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh at a team practice and stopping to take photos, the Kentucky Derby-winning trainer is loving every second of his experience.
Moms, do you get the feeling the left hasn't a clue about the value of motherhood?
A corrections officer is facing bigamy charges after authorities said a Washington woman using Facebook discovered that she and a potential "friend" were married to him at the same time.
Facebook's automatic efforts to connect users through "friends" they may know recently led two Washington women to find out they were married to the same man, at the same time.
Rescuers plucked more than 230 survivors from the sea off Papua New Guinea's east coast after a ferry sank Thursday with as many as 350 people on board, officials said.
Comedy Central says it plans to delete from the upcoming broadcast of a Charlie Sheen roast a joke about victims of a Rhode Island nightclub fire that killed 100 people.
"Women have fought for centuries to be recognized, to have the right to vote, to work and be paid for it, to realize their full potential. We must continue to fight for millions of immigrant women to get that same recognition," said Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women. "I am proud to stand with them and demand that the House pass immigration reform that treats women fairly."
"Abortion is at the forefront of the 2013-2014 elections," said Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, noting that her group has a "We're Not Fooled" abortion-rights campaign.