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New jury to decide Jodi Arias' fate after penalty phase mistrial

An Arizona judge declared a mistrial in the penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial Thursday after a deadlocked jury said it couldn't decide whether to sentence her to death for the murder of her ex-boyfriend.

Couple rides bridge down as it collapses into Washington state river

Dan Sligh could see it coming. An 18-wheeler carrying an oversize load had just struck part of the Interstate 5 bridge over Washington's frigid Skagit River. And the pavement was giving way.

Doctors used 3-D printer to save baby's life

Doctors in Michigan used a 3-D printer to help save a baby's life. Little Kaiba (kai'-buh) Gionfriddo of Ohio has a rare condition that made it hard to breathe.

Senator Cornyn challenge's President Obama's Gitmo vision

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) issued the following statement today responding to the President’s call to ease restrictions on prisoner transfers from Guantanamo Bay:

VIDEO: Once homeless teen now high school's valedictorian

A Georgia teenager who was homeless for years is now her high school's valedictorian. She focused on her studies, despite living in shelters and even her mother's car.

4 federal agencies to shut Friday

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- Got a question about tax refunds, polluters or subsidized housing? Don't expect an answer this Friday.

80-year-old Japanese man becomes oldest to climb Mount Everest

KATHMANDU, Nepal (CNN) -- An 80-year-old Japanese man on Thursday became the oldest person to reach the top of Mt. Everest, officials said.

Storm-scattered mementos finding their homes via Facebook

On Sunday, a mystery photograph fluttered from the sky and landed near Leslie Hagelberg's mailbox in West Tulsa, Oklahoma. She soon discovered it had been blown from Shawnee, Oklahoma, some 90 miles away.

Man builds pirate ship, sells for $80,000 on Craigslist

The Mississippi River: home to grand old paddle steamers, blues music, Huckleberry Finn, and... pirate ships.

Police: Man Called 911 More Than 100 Times in a Month

Sacramento, CA (KTXL) -- A Sacramento believes it's the federal government that's causing him agonizing pain, forcing him to dial 911, according to police, more than 100 times. "They squeeze my brain, the press my stomach, they stir my intestines,