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A look at recent law enforcement deaths across the US

Some answers to common questions about recent law enforcement deaths across the US

Wrongly convicted brothers could get $750,000 payout

Brothers wrongly convicted in girl's killing could get $750,000 payout from North Carolina

Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss Charges in Freddie Gray Case

A Baltimore judge struck down motions to dismiss the charges against the six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray.

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Report: Some top baby monitors lack basic security features

Several top baby monitors lack basic security, vulnerable to hackers, report says

House Judiciary panel sets first Planned Parenthood hearing

First up: House Judiciary panel schedules Congress' first hearing on Planned Parenthood videos

New 'Dancing With the Stars' Cast Has Something for Everyone

The final cast members of "Dancing with the Stars" were revealed Tuesday morning. The well-rounded cast has something for everyone.

American dancers teach technique, confidence in South Africa

Alvin Ailey dancers teach technique and confidence to South African dancers

New project at Atlanta museum focuses on LGBT civil rights

Atlanta civil rights museum launches new effort focused on LGBT equality

Day care apologizes after workers accused of inciting fights

Day care center apologizes to parents after workers are charged with instigating kids' fights

Texas County to Purchase Body Cameras After Police Shooting

After a bystander caught a police shooting on video, a county in Texas said it will purchase body cameras for the sheriff's department.

Apple wants to guide your news consumption with News app

Apple wants to guide news consumption with News app, partnerships with 50 news companies

2 cases of polio found in Ukraine, caused by mutated virus

World Health Organization: 2 polio cases found in Ukraine, caused by mutated virus in vaccine

Obama Just Might Get His Iran Nuclear Deal, After All

Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski has pledged her support for the Iran deal, giving the president enough votes to push the agreement through Congress.

Judge to move forward with suit over NSA's bulk collection

Judge wants to push ahead with challenge to NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records

2 parties stay within Ukraine's governing coalition

2 parties remain in Ukraine's governing coalition despite opposition to decentralization bill

Oldest survivor of San Francisco earthquake of 1906 dies

Oldest survivor of the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 dies at 113

1st Freddie Gray hearing since 6 officers charged in death

1st court hearing in Freddie Gray case slated to begin on range of topics

'Runner's High' Is More Than Endorphins

Researchers have discovered the hormone leptin affects our motivation to run and contributes to the euphoria we feel.

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New collars monitor pets for pain, problems

Companies develop collars that monitor pets for pain, signs of disease and distress

A bold move to save a man's hand: Tucking it into his tummy

A bold move to save a man's hand: Doctors sewed it into his tummy, removed it after 3 weeks

Fed report finds economy growing at moderate pace in summer

Fed Beige Book: Moderate economic growth around country, some impacts from China and cheap oil

These Companies Might Create the Holy Grail of Video Formats

Encoding is not the most exciting part of streaming video. But some big names in tech have plans to improve it, and we viewers could benefit.

Obama locking up votes in Senate for Iran nuclear deal

Major foreign policy victory looms for Obama as Iran nuclear deal nears 34 votes in Senate

Hungary railway station remains closed to migrants

Hungary railway station still closed to migrants, thousands waiting to go to Germany

Chair built for Pope Francis for his Mass in NYC is unveiled

Archdiocese of New York unveils chair built for Pope Francis' Mass at Madison Square Garden