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Miss Teen USA 'sextortionist' sentenced

Miss Teen USA 'sextortionist' sentenced

The college student who hacked into the webcams on women's computers to extort them into sending him nude photos was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.
Gabrielle Levy
Prosecutors don't want Boston bomber to see victims' photos

Prosecutors don't want Boston bomber to see victims' photos

Prosecutors do not want to allow Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to see the pictures of the victims, saying that it would further victimize them.
Aileen Graef
California baby saved from fall from third-story window by rescuers' mattress

California baby saved from fall from third-story window by rescuers' mattress

Konrad and Jennifer Lightner used a mattress they were moving to save a baby who fell from a third-story window.
Evan Bleier
Alleged fans of all-white high school basketball team send racist tweets after win

Alleged fans of all-white high school basketball team send racist tweets after win

Howell High School students sent racist tweets after all-white boys basketball team’s 54-49 win over Grand Blanc.
Evan Bleier
President Obama's schedule for Tuesday, March 18

President Obama's schedule for Tuesday, March 18

U.S. President Barack Obama Tuesday presents Medals of Honor for conspicuous gallantry to 24 Army veterans at the White House, the daily schedule indicates.
TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau gets 10 years in prison for false diet book claims

TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau gets 10 years in prison for false diet book claims

Kevin Trudeau, the former TV pitchman known for late-night informations about weight loss and financial success, has been sentenced to 10 years in jail.
Kate Stanton
Sen. Feinstein calls for regulation after drone spies on her through window

Sen. Feinstein calls for regulation after drone spies on her through window

Senator Diane Feinstein calls for the federal government to regulate drones during an interview on 60 Minutes Sunday night, citing concerns about privacy.
JC Sevcik
Storm causes rain, wind in South, ice, snow in mid-Atlantic

Storm causes rain, wind in South, ice, snow in mid-Atlantic

A storm system caused major damage in Alabama and brought rain to Florida, and snow and hazardous travel in mid-Atlantic states Monday, Accuweather.com said.
Democrats Collin Peterson, Edwin Edwards announce House bids

Democrats Collin Peterson, Edwin Edwards announce House bids

The 113th Congress may have taken the day off (again) Monday, but two Democrats took the snow day to announce their intention to be part of the 114th.
Gabrielle Levy
9/11 mastermind: Bin Laden son-in-law didn't know about attack

9/11 mastermind: Bin Laden son-in-law didn't know about attack

The son-in-law of al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden was unaware of plans for the Sept. 11, 2011, attacks on New York and Washington, a court was told Monday.

'Funny smell' sickens 16 children at the Douglas, Mass., town hall

A faulty oil-burning boiler leaked carbon monoxide into the Douglas, Mass., town hall Monday, sending as many as 18 people to hospitals, fire officials said.
Sarah Palin launches Rogue TV

Sarah Palin launches Rogue TV

Conservative firebrand Sarah Palin, the 2008 U.S. Republican vice presidential nominee, reportedly plans to start her own subscription channel: Rogue TV.

Third person dies of injuries from SXSW accident

A third person, struck by a car at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, has died, a hospital official said Monday.
Third person dies from SXSW crash

Third person dies from SXSW crash

A third person has died following last week's crash at the SXSW festival in Austin, when an alleged drunk driver sped through a crowd of pedestrians.
Gabrielle Levy

Sinclair pleads guilty to reduced charges in sexual assault case

Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair formally pleaded guilty Monday to reduced charges at his sexual assault court-martial at Fort Bragg, N.C.
Time lapse video shows Chicago River turning green

Time lapse video shows Chicago River turning green

Chicago resident Peter Tsai took a time lapse video showing preparations for St Patrick’s Day in the city.
Aileen Graef
Former La. Gov. Edwin Edwards to run for Congress

Former La. Gov. Edwin Edwards to run for Congress

Former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards, freed from prison three years ago, announced Monday he will seek the open seat in Louisiana's 6th Congressional District.
Jack Daniel's opposes Tenn. whiskey law change

Jack Daniel's opposes Tenn. whiskey law change

After passing a law defining what beverages could be sold as Tennessee whiskey, lawmakers are considering loosening the rules.
Gabrielle Levy
Abbas meets Obama at White House ahead of peace talks deadline

Abbas meets Obama at White House ahead of peace talks deadline

President Obama met with Mahmoud Abbas at the White House Monday with the monumental task of finding a way to a Palestinian-Israeli peace deal before them.
Obama expands Russian sanctions, says he, Biden going to Europe

Obama expands Russian sanctions, says he, Biden going to Europe

U.S. President Barack Obama Monday expanded sanctions against Russia for its involvement in Ukraine and warned "further provocations will achieve nothing."

Expect severe spring weather later than usual

Storms and tornadoes in the United States will come later in the spring than usual in 2014, the weather service Accuweather.com predicted Monday.
Warren Jeffs, polygamist leader, hospitalized

Warren Jeffs, polygamist leader, hospitalized

Warren Jeffs, the fundamentalist polygamist leader serving a life sentence for sexual assault of two teen girls, has been taken to the hospital.
Gabrielle Levy
'Full-court press' begins to get young people to join Obamacare

'Full-court press' begins to get young people to join Obamacare

The Obama administration will try a "full-court press" ahead of the NCAA men's and women's basketball tourneys to get young people to sign up for healthcare.
St. Patrick's Day earthquake: News anchors take a dive [VIDEO]

St. Patrick's Day earthquake: News anchors take a dive [VIDEO]

"Earthquake! We're having an earthquake!" yelled KTLA new anchor Chris Schauble.
Gabrielle Levy
Former House stenographer: 'I did not have a breakdown'

Former House stenographer: 'I did not have a breakdown'

The former House stenographer who interrupted floor proceedings during the shutdown last year has spoken about the incident, denying she had "lost her mind."
Gabrielle Levy
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