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Big crowds gather for Benedict's final papal audience

Pope Benedict XVI expressed faith and gratitude in his final public address to huge crowds gathered in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday before he steps down and retreats into seclusion.

'Blade runner' Pistorius weeps in court over murder charges

South African sports icon Oscar Pistorius wept uncontrollably Friday when a judge charged him in the killing of his girlfriend on Valentine's Day.

New investigation finds excess alcohol killed singer Amy Winehouse

A new investigation into the death of singer Amy Winehouse found that she died of accidental alcohol poisoning, authorities in London said Tuesday.

Mandela doing 'very well' in hospital

Nelson Mandela, the global icon and former South African leader, is doing "very, very well" and continues to be treated at a Pretoria hospital, officials said Monday.

Radio personalities apologize for prank call to duchess's hospital

The two Australian radio personalities who made the prank phone call to a British hospital where the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was admitted expressed deep remorse Monday for making the call, which led to the apparent suicide of a nurse who

McAfee's former girlfriend says the Internet pioneer is 'frightened for his life'

A dead neighbor. Headless dogs. And a millionaire on the run. All set against a backdrop of spectacular tropic beauty. It would be difficult to imagine a more intriguing story than the one unfolding in Belize right now.


USA- In the wake of Superstorm Sandy,  Life is still far from normal in nine states trying to restore basic services after the storm.


Around The World(FOX44) Iraq- Violence in Iraq claimed at least a dozen lives over the weekend. One of the bombings took place near a playground and small market in Eastern Baghdad.


Around The World(FOX44) USA- COLORADO Ten year old Jessica Ridgeway was last seen on her way to school before she was allegedy kidnapped and murdered. Now 17 year old Austin Sigg has reportedly confessed.

Bangladeshi dad on son's arrest: 'We couldn't believe our ears'

The father of a 21 year old foreign exchange student nabbed by anti-terrorism teams in New York over an alleged plot to blow up Manhattan's Federal Reserve Bank says his son is a timid man who was often scared to travel alone and that he si