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Champion UFC fighter Jon 'Bones' Jones was named as a suspect in a hit-and-run accident involving a pregnant woman in New Mexico, police said.






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An "extremely dangerous" tornado was confirmed Sunday night in north-central Texas, the National Weather Service said.






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In what's believed to be the biggest shutdown ever in higher education, Corinthian Colleges closed its 28 for-profit schools effective immediately.






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Mourners filed quietly in and out of Vaughn Greene East Funeral Home to honor Freddie Gray, who died April 19, a week after his arrest.






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Coast Guard crews were scouring the waters near Mobile Bay on Sunday for five sailors who were missing after a number of boats capsized in a storm.






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James Holmes is accused of killing 12 and injuring 70 at a Colorado movie theater. His sanity is a key question in the trial.






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Video gives a point-of-view vision of an Alabama storm that caused several boats to capsize, causing causalities.

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Tim Ward lost his wife, his home and his pets in a landslide. One person who saw his story reached out to help him.






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Thousands packed New York's Times Square to demand the U.S. government recognize the World War I deaths of 1.5 million Armenians as genocide.






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Obergefell, 48, filed a marriage equality lawsuit in 2013 that has winded its way to the Supreme Court in a landmark case being heard Tuesday.






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As mourns remember Freddie Gray in Baltimore, a group gathers to show its support for law enforcement in Annapolis, Maryland.

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The acting CEO of the Clinton Foundation said Sunday there were mistakes on its tax returns but says its total revenue was accurately reported.






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A Bronx man was arrested at LaGuardia Airport for attempting to board a flight with 18 pounds of marijuana in his luggage, police said.






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Dramatic lightning strikes, protests against brutality, migrants rescued and more.






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Eve Girawong was killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by the 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal.






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Two sisters whose SUV got stranded in a remote part of Michigan spent two weeks surviving on melted snow, Girl Scout cookies and cheese puffs.






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Leslie Roy, 52, and her sister Lee Marie Wright, 56, were on vacation in a remote part of Michigan's upper peninsula when they became stranded by heavy snow on April 11 without food or a cell phone signal.






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A joint investigation has been launched into the circumstances leading up to and surrounding the unidentified person's death.






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The remains of a newborn were found in a Westmont backyard Saturday, sheriff's deputies said.






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Ja'Meer Bullard was shot and killed in Camden, only a block away from his home.






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