Uncovered: How Frank Sheeran killed Jimmy Hoffa
It all started, and ended, on this day 41 years ago.
Student suspended for recording teacher
A St Lucie County student says she was suspended this week for trying to defend a classmate
Experience Teton, Yellowstone, Glacier in one monster road trip | Idaho Statesman
Playing Outdoors writer Chadd Cripe and his family embarked on a road trip earlier this month to visit three national parks: Grand Teton, Yellowstone and Glacier. Here’s what they saw and learned.
Texas hot air balloon crash: 'No survivors' among 16 on board
A hot air balloon carrying at least 16 people catches fire and crashes in the US state of Texas with all on board feared dead.
Skydiver To Plummet To Earth With No Parachute Or Wingsuit
There's a good reason people don't throw themselves out of airplanes without parachutes or wingsuits, and that's because it rarely ends well. Skydiver Luke Aikins will be hoping that tomorrow is one o...
French Prime Minister Plans Ban On Foreign Funding For Mosques With More Isis Terror Attacks Predicted
The French government is considering banning the foreign financing of mosques as it reshapes its counter-extremism strategy following a fresh wave of terror attacks. Manuel Valls, the Prime Minister, ...
The Rush Limbaugh Show
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How to Survive a 25,000-Foot Freefall Without a Parachute
A Hollywood stuntman who’s leapt out of planes for “Godzilla” and “Iron Man 3” will attempt his greatest, craziest feat yet—on live TV
North Korea: U.S. Crossed 'Red Line', Declared War
North Korea’s top diplomat for U.S. affairs told The Associated Press on Thursday that Washington “crossed the red line” and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanct...
Why Donald Trump's Supporters Think He'll Win
How the election looks to backers of the Republican nominee
Bikini-clad Swedish policewoman 'stops thief'
A bikini-clad Swedish police officer wins praise for tackling a suspected thief while she was off-duty sunbathing with friends in Stockholm.
San Diego policeman shot dead
A police officer dies and another remains in hospital after both were shot in the US city of San Diego.
Zika virus: Florida cases 'highly likely' to be first US-based infections
Four people suffering from the Zika virus in Florida are probably the first cases contracted within the US, state health officials say.
Dog adventures becoming the latest craze
A brand new industry involving our pets is booming. Dog adventures are the latest craze to take off helping animal lovers cope with an increasingly busy work life.
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