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American arrested after severed head found in suitcase, police say

Police say that the severed head of a missing woman was reportedly found in a suitcase in Osaka, Japan, on Saturday.

Kansas and Nebraska leaders welcome NRA convention after Dallas official’s warning

Kansas and Nebraska’s leaders are each welcoming the National Rifle Association to hold its annual convention in their respective state, after a top Dallas official suggested the run-rights group find a different host city.

Woman defecates in pants to hide drugs during arrest, cops say

Police say a Texas woman attempted to hide evidence during an arrest by defecating in her pants and using the feces to conceal drugs.

Canadian skier arrested at Pyeongchang Olympics for stealing car while intoxicated, police say

Canadian ski cross competitor David Duncan, his wife and a coach apologized Saturday after they were arrested for allegedly stealing a car while intoxicated at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, police said.

Wisconsin woman charged with killing three infants in the 1980s

A Wisconsin woman has confessed to killing three infants whose unexpected deaths more than three decades ago had been classified as sudden death infant syndrome, police said.

Emily Ratajkowski marries Sebastian Bear-McClard in surprise wedding

Emily Ratajkowski is officially off the market.

Kylie Jenner breaks up with Snapchat, and the $1.3 billion loss in stock value is a lesson for other companies

Reality TV star Kylie Jenner tweeted: “sooo does anyone else not open Snapchat anymore? Or is it just me… ugh this is so sad” Wednesday afternoon.

Kansas and Nebraska governors welcome NRA convention after Dallas official’s warning

Kansas and Nebraska’s governors are each welcoming the National Rifle Association to hold its annual convention in their respective state, after a top Dallas official suggested the run-rights group find a different host city.

Student gives teacher ice cream money to help pay for father-in-law's funeral

An Alabama sixth-grade teacher said he learned a valuable lesson about showing kindness from one of his students this week.

Watch: Moment when police officers catch falling 5-year-old

Three Egyptian police officers were in the right place at the right time to catch a child falling from three floors up.

Obama library's public cost estimated at $175M: report

The planned Obama Presidential Center in Chicago is being privately funded, but on Friday city officials estimated how much taxpayers will pay for roadwork and other construction around the center: $175 million.

Manhunt for celebrity billionaire jewelry maker suspected in $1.8 billion bank fraud case

Federal officials in India have launched a massive manhunt for a billionaire jeweler - who made pieces for A-list celebrities like Kate Winslet and Naomi Watts - for his alleged role in a $1.8 billion bank scam.

Woman's false 911 call led to fatal police shooting of daughter's father-in-law, cops say

An Alabama woman has been charged with making a bogus 911 call that led to the death of her daughter-in-law's father, police said Friday.

Ted Cruz losing 2018 fundraising race to likely Democratic challenger, filings show

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz's likely Democratic challenger has far outpaced the Texas Republican in fundraising so far this election year, federal filings show.

Journalists target Second Amendment and NRA, and other examples of outrageous media bias

The Parkland, Florida high school shooting that left 17 people dead is a textbook example of how supposedly neutral journalists promote a left-wing agenda – in this case, by showing overwhelming support for gun control.

Reward offered after third horse since November is killed in Southeast Texas

There's no more Sunshine for a 5-year-old girl in Southeast Texas. That's because Sunshine, a horse belonging to little Arian Brock, was found dead earlier this week -- apparently killed by an arrow.

Woman admits making up story about kidnapping, sexual assault, authorities say

A North Texas woman will be sentenced March 20 after pleading guilty to falsely claiming that three black men kidnapped and sexually assaulted her, a report said Friday.

Payments to top college basketball players listed in FBI documents: report

New details of payments to athletes in a federal investigation that has lurked in the shadows since first rocking college basketball last fall mark the latest threat to the sport's basic foundation, showing the breadth of alleged corruption.

Execution date set for man who killed federal judge with package bomb

A man convicted of killing a federal judge in a 1989 package bombing in Alabama is scheduled to be executed this year, the attorney general’s office said Friday.

Father raped, chained, beat twin daughters for 10 years: police

A Minneapolis father was arrested this week on slew of charges for the alleged rape, starvation and beating of his twin daughters – one of whom he twice impregnated – over the course of several years, authorities said.

US sailor at Camp Pendleton in critical condition after being hit by helicopter blade

A U.S. sailor was in critical condition Friday after being hit by a helicopter rotor blade at Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base, military officials said.

'House of Horrors' parents plead not guilty to new charges

“House of Horrors” parents David and Louise Turpin appeared in court on Friday, pleading not guilty to charges of child abuse, the latest filed against the California parents who are accused of abusing their children prior to their January rescue.