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Autopsy set in 'Glee' star Cory Monteith's death

Medical examiners will conduct an autopsy Monday on "Glee" actor Cory Monteith.

Where (and when) do you use your smartphone: Bedroom? Church?

So what's the most compromising situation you've found yourself in with your smartphone?

Thabo Mbeki: Mandela will pull through

Thabo Mbeki, who succeeded Nelson Mandela as South Africa's 14 years ago, says the ailing revered statesmen will pull through.

Zimmerman verdict reactions ring out in protests, calls from pulpit

Just steps away from the courthouse where a jury decided George Zimmerman's fate, demonstrators vowed that their fight wasn't over.

AT&T to acquire Cricket

AT&T plans to acquire Leap Wireless International, the prepaid wireless provider known for its Cricket brand, in a deal valued at about $1.2 billion, the companies announced Friday.

After divisive debate, Texas Senate approves restrictive abortion measure

A bill that places new restrictions on abortion passed the Texas Senate on Friday after days of debate that galvanized activists nationwide.

Jury weighing Zimmerman's fate asks question about manslaughter option

After more than 12 hours of deliberation, the six women deliberating George Zimmerman's fate asked the court Saturday evening for clarification on the instructions regarding manslaughter, the judge said.

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Man gored during running of the bulls

WARNING: The video attached to this story could be considered highly disturbing to some viewers. The centuries old running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, is living up to its dangerous reputation.

O'Mara: No winners possible in Zimmerman case

Whatever the six-woman jury mulling the fate Friday of George Zimmerman decides, the former neighborhood watch volunteer charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin cannot emerge as a winner, according to his defen

Shot 16 times by officers: Innocent man files $20M suit in Washington

Lawyers for Dustin Theoharis, an Auburn man who was shot 16 times in his bed by a sheriff's deputy and a DOC officer, say they are filing a $20 million lawsuit against the state Department of Corrections.