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Home of Murdered Arkansas Anchorwoman Demolished

A construction crew on Monday demolished the small bungalow where an Arkansas television anchorwoman was fatally attacked.

Hackers Stole Data During Last Week's Cyberattacks

South Korean police say viruses on infected computers sent back lists of files to home base — though they don't yet know why.

How to Get the Best Mileage...From Frequent Flier Miles

You earned them, here's how to spend them

'Bachelorette' Recap: Did Ed Fail Jillian's Hot Dog Test?

With just three remaining men left vyying for Jillian's affection, the 'Bachelorette' brought out the big guns

In Love? It's Not Enough to Keep a Marriage, Study Finds

Living happily ever after needn't only be for fairy tales. Australian researchers have identified what it takes to keep a couple together, and it's a lot more than just being in love.

12 Tortured Bodies Found in Mexico Drug War Hotbed

Prosecutors said they found the bound, blindfolded and tortured bodies of at least a dozen people Monday on a roadside in the western state of Michoacan, which has become a flash point in Mexico's war on drugs.

N.J. Woman Struck by Ambulance While Sitting on Porch

A Woodbine woman was sitting on her front porch when an ambulance, lights on and siren blaring, swerved off the road and crashed into her.

Romo-Simpson Split: Was Tony Bored With Jess and Papa Joe?

Source reveals Romo was tired of Papa Joe's meddling ways - and didn't share Jess' desire to 'make babies' just yet

Two U.S. Marines Killed in 'Hostile' Afghanistan Incident

Two U.S. Marines were killed in a "hostile incident" in southern Afghanistan, where a white transport helicopter also crashed, officials said Tuesday.