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FBI: Robber Cites Economy During Bank Heist

An armed robber cited the country's poor economy during a holdup at a Houston bank, FBI officials say.

Report: Los Angeles Coroner Visits Jackson's Dermatologist

As the results of Michael Jackson's autopsy grow closer, activity around former dermatologist intensifies

Amy Adams Was Tricked Into a Lesbian Kiss! For Shame!

The Oscar-nominated actress tells Allure of the treacherous trick on the set of an early movie

Judge Closes S.C. Funeral Home That Cut Corpse Legs

Judge Deborah Durden ruled after a hearing Tuesday that last month's decision by the state Funeral Board to revoke the license of Cave Funeral Home and owner Michael Cave should stand.

Teen Shot Dead 3 Years After Half Brother's Shooting Death

A South Carolina teen was shot and killed just a few years after the shooting death of his half brother.

Armstrong 3rd at Start of 13th Stage of Tour de France

Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong remains in third place at the start of the thirteenth stage of the race.

Madoff Arrives at N.C. Prison to Start 150-Year Sentence

Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff has arrived at a federal prison in Butner, North Carolina, to start serving a 150-year sentence.

China Bans Electroshock Therapy for Internet Addiction

Beijing cracks down on controversial psychiatrists who was zapping teenagers who spent too much time online.