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The Latest: Durst Forfeits $117K Sent to Him in New Orleans
Real estate heir Robert Durst was fined $5,000 as part of his sentence on a weapons charge in Louisiana, but his lawyer says that's not all the money involved
Once-Fugitive Real Estate Heir's Plea Deal Approved
A federal judge has approved a plea agreement for real estate heir Robert Durst to serve 7 years, 1 month in prison on a weapons charge
Today in History
Today is Wednesday, April 27, the 118th day of 2016. There are 248 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 27, 1986, a video pirate calling himself "Captain Midnight" interrupted a movie on HBO with a printed onscreen message protesting home satellite de-scrambling fees.
Cities Around the World Commemorate Victims of Brussels Attacks
The Belgian flag's colors of black, yellow and red lit up the skies across Europe and the Middle East this evening to express their support of Brussels in the wake of the terrorist attacks. From Paris to Dubai, countries around the world joined in solidarity with Brussels when the city was
Chalk Drawings of Hope, Solidarity Fill Brussels Square
“Terror has no religion.” “We are not afraid.” “Pray for BXL.” “We are one.” These were just some of the messages drawn across a Brussels plaza after explosions rocked the Belgian capitol earlier today. Belgians and tourists gathered in the plaza outside the Bourse –- the Belgian stock exchange –-
Tributes Pour in from Around the World After Paris Attacks
International tributes have started pouring in after the deadly attacks in Paris this evening that left more than 120 people dead. In New York, the spire of One World Trade Center has been lit up in blue, white and red to honor the French flag. Social media users began sharing messages of support
Meet the Dog Investigators Say Helped Catch Ex-Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle
One of the key players to cracking the case against former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle has a keen sense of smell and four legs. His name is Bear and he's a dog trained to sniff out electronic media devices, including a hidden flash drive that Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Debrota said was vital
How to Stay Safe in a Lightning Storm
A Florida woman had the shock of her life when lightning struck her car while she was driving down the highway.
Torrential Rains and Flash Flood Warnings in 10 States
Fish swimming through the streets of Newark and high water levels on the roads in other cities make it difficult to drive vehicles.