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Cartel members charged in kidnapping, murder of wrong man

Three men, believed to be cartel members, have been arrested and charged in the death of a Mission man. Investigatigators believe the suspects realized they had kidnapped the wrong person, but killed him anyway.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Wife plots her husband's murder

A Michigan woman has pleaded guilty to hiring a hitman to kill her husband.

Randy Travis gets heart implant, still critical

Randy Travis's publicist denied media reports that the country singer had heart surgery, but he did say Tuesday that Travis received a device to help blood flow.

Paula Abdul to guest judge on 'SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE'

World-renowned choreographer and two-time Emmy Award winner Paula Abdul will join Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and FOX Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews as a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance tonight, Tuesday, July 9 (7:00-9:00 p.m.), on FO

Report: Railway head says train in Canada tampered with

The chairman of the company whose driverless train barreled into the small Quebec town of Lac-Magantic and unleashed a deadly inferno told a Montreal newspaper he believes it had been tampered with.

Veterans still fighting for survival in tough job market

The transition from soldier to civilian is rough. It is even more difficult in a tough job market.

John Mayer dedicates song to 'patient' Katy Perry

John Mayer's "Born and Raised" tour got started over the weekend with a tribute to Katy Perry.

10 things to know for a safe flight

Grisly plane crashes make headlines and capture the public imagination. Yet safety advances and improvements in staff training have helped improve air-crash survival rates in recent years.

Like a great bottle of scotch, this bartender is aged to perfection

What do you expect to be doing when you're nearing 100? Living a quiet life? A slower life? Those lives are far from the case for one Connecticut woman who still works full-time slinger drinks at a bar.

Dozens killed as Egyptian military clashes with pro-Morsy protesters

More than 40 people were killed Monday when Egyptian security forces clashed with supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsy and the Muslim Brotherhood, the government said.