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How This Georgia Man Almost Got Away With His Wife's Murder and Why Her Death Remains a Mystery
On a warm summer night in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, a woman named Dominique Leili, known as Nique to family and friends, disappeared. Her husband Matthew Leili claimed Nique intentionally left their home and their two young daughters behind. But when her nude body was found in the nearby woods,
The Ladies of the 2015 Oscars Name Their Favorite Dresses
Reese Witherspoon said Lupita Nyong'o looked "gorgeous" in her blue dress from last year's Oscars.
Keith Ford won't play Saturday
NORMAN, Okla. -- Fourth-ranked Oklahoma will be without leading rusher Keith Ford for this weekend's game at West Virginia -- and possibly beyond. Ford, a sophomore, has a slight fracture in a non-weight-bearing bone in his right leg, according to coach Bob Stoops. The injury came late in
5 Things You May Have Missed This Weekend
Celebrities and A-listers gathered to remember and celebrate the life of comedian Joan Rivers, who passed away this week . Here are five other stories from the weekend you may have missed. 1. Ukraine Cease Fire in Peril After more than four months of bloodshed, a cease-fire in Ukraine's rebellious
Mona Lisa Sent to the Moon
NASA researchers can now boast they sent one of most famous faces in history into the cosmos. It’s 240,000 miles each way; they did it with a laser. Engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland successfully beamed an image of the Mona Lisa...
Minnesota Man Who Shot Burglars Fired 'More Shots Than I Needed'
A Minnesota man who allegedly killed two suspected burglars Thanksgiving Day and kept their bodies in his home overnight before reporting the deaths to police said he fired "more shots than I needed," according to a criminal complaint. Byron David Smith, 64, was charged with two counts of
Minnesota Man Arrested for Killing Two Teens During Alleged Burglary
Authorities Believe Smith May Gone Beyond the Necessary Point of Defending Himself
Grace SungEun Lee: Terminally Ill Woman Who Fought for Right to Die Has Change of Heart
A terminally ill woman who battled her deeply religious parents in court over her right to die has had a change of heart. Grace SungEun Lee, 28, who is battling brain cancer, signed a healthcare proxy today designating her father, Rev. Manho Lee, as her primary health care decision maker, Lee's
Donna Brazile: Romney Did a Great Job 'Raising His Own Negatives'
Democratic strategist explains chatting with GOP delegates at her third Republican convention.
Oklahoma Valedictorian Denied Diploma After Using 'Hell' in Her Speech
The father of a recent high-school graduate who has been denied a diploma because she said "hell" in her valedictorian speech accused her Oklahoma principal of bullying his daughter. "She became a senior and he constantly picked on her," Kaitlin Nootbaar's father, David, said of Prague High School