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Theories but no debris: A year on, where is MH370?

"Good night Malaysian three-seven-zero." It was a routine sign-off, an all-is-well.

Security precautions taken at White House

A Secret Service dog had a possible hit on something suspicious regarding a vehicle several blocks from the White House, Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary said Saturday.

Client shows up with body at firm, says lawyer

A Florida lawyer says his client shot and killed his neighbor then brought the body to his law firm. The attorney is claiming the shooting was self-defense.

Snuggie maker to pay $8 million to wronged consumers

Did that infomercial sound too good to be true? If it was about a Snuggie, it may very well have been.

What we know about Harrison Ford's plane crash

It appears Harrison Ford is battered, laid up in a hospital, but not in mortal danger.

Putin cuts salaries, including his own

As cheap oil and Western sanctions continue to batter Russia's economy, President Vladimir Putin slashed Kremlin salaries -- including his own -- by 10% Friday, according to state news service Tass.

'Top Gun' carrier makes final journey

The aircraft carrier USS Ranger, which saw action in the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm and had appearances in the movies "Top Gun" and "Star Trek IV," is on its final journey, a five-month cruise at the end of a tow cable from Bremerton, W

Despite ban in place, Capitol Hill can't shut down sledding

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- No, D.C.'s children will not get off your lawn, America. That was the message they delivered Thursday with an impromptu "sled-in" on the grounds of the Capitol, defying a sledding ban that the chairman of the Capitol Police b

McConnell postpones vote on Iran bill

Senate Republican leaders ditched plans Thursday to take up a bill next week that would have given Congress an up-or-down vote on any agreement international negotiators -- led by the United States -- make with Iran on its nuclear program, an aide to

Ohio fugitive nabbed after taunting authorities on Facebook

 A suspect from Ohio learned a valuable lesson this week: Don't taunt authorities on social media, especially when you're a wanted man.