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Dallas Zoo lion kills lioness in front of visitors

A lion at the Dallas Zoo bit and killed a lioness in their exhibit as visitors watched Sunday afternoon in an attack officials said they couldn't immediately explain.

Tornadoes rip through Midwest, killing 6 and devastating neighborhoods

They sifted through the darkness, hoping their flashlights would shine on something -- anything -- salvageable. Instead, they found their life's belongings strewn in pieces among heaps of rubble where their homes once stood.

Four Marines killed in accident aboard Camp Pendleton

Four Explosive Ordnance Disposal Marines were killed in an explosion at approximately 11 a.m. on Wednesday during range maintenance operations aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

Sony's PlayStation 4 goes on sale

PlayStation 4 went on sale in the United States and Canada early Friday, the first new gaming system in seven years from Sony, which desperately needs a hit.

Can package delivery save the Postal Service?

The U.S. Postal Service is aggressively chasing the package delivery business.

Long-lost U.S. son found after 35 years illegally crossing Mexican border

For a while there, Kathy Amaya thought her long-lost son was gone forever. He was 2 years old when her estranged husband took the boy to San Luis Potosi, Mexico, to visit grandparents.

What's next for Blockbuster's empty stores

Blockbuster's closing signals the end of an era, but it also means there's a lot of retail space to fill.

Americans' approval of health care law drops

Public opinion of the federal health care law is growing more negative as a new poll indicates the gap between those who favor and don't favor Obamacare has become the widest it's been in the last year.

Philadelphia teen tweeted crime witnesses' information, prosecutors say

Social media posts Wednesday landed a Philadelphia teenager in jail after prosecutors accused him of using Twitter to reveal the names of witnesses in court cases.

Diabetes continues to spread around the world

On World Diabetes Day, news about the disease's global impact is dire.