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Jeffry Picower, the man known as the largest beneficiary of Bernard Madoff's scheme, was found at the bottom of his swimming pool.
Actor Patrick Swayze has passed away at the age of 57 after batting pancreatic cancer.
Today is Patriot Day and across the nation people will look back and remember the day that reshaped America forever, 9/11.
Speaking at a rare joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama called on lawmakers for quick action on a broad healthcare overhaul.
Americans celebrate and honor the nation's laborers on Labor Day, from teachers to truck drivers.
The family of the three girls killed in a traffic crash in N.Y. is now speaking out. The girls' aunt was driving. She, and seven others died in the crash. Toxicology tests showed Diane Schuler was drunk and high at the time of the crash.
The body of a shark was left lying in the middle of a Miami street after two men apparently tried to sell it to several fish markets.
Thousands of California creditors were left with fewer options for cashing IOUs issued by the state, as several major banks said they no longer will honor them. The state began issuing IOUs as a way to save cash amid a $26.3 billion deficit.
A car bomb explosion critically wounded the head of the Arkansas panel that licenses and disciplines doctors, detonating in his driveway as he was leaving for work, authorities said.
Several passengers, who were on the U.S. Airways plane that crashed into the Hudson River returned to Charlotte, NC late Thursday night.
Expectations for Barack Obama's inaugural address are high. But even with a good speech, Obama may find it difficult to join the ranks of the truly memorable addresses.
A federal agent who happened to be at a Charleston, S.C., shopping mall when a shooting happened, shot and killed the gunman, police said.
Seven Mexican soldiers found inside the United States have been arrested by U.S. Border Patrol agents, officials say
Thursday marks the seven year anniversary of the heinous terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
A man accused of threatening likely Democratic Party U.S. presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama was in jail Friday after being ordered held without bond.
As you enjoy Memorial Day Weekend its important to remember what the holiday is all about.
Sen. Barrack Obama fired back Monday at what he portrayed as an early round of attack ads using a statement made by his wife, Michelle.
Sen. Hillary Clinton said her resounding victory in West Virginia Democratic Party primary is more evidence she should be her party's presidential nominee.
Closing the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, would improve the United States' reputation world wide, five former secretaries of state said.
Introducing Sen. Barack Obama to a New York audience has renewed speculation about the political future of the city's mayor Michael Bloomberg.