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Fugitive may think kidnapped girls are his, mother-in-law says

A murder and kidnap suspect may believe he's the father of the two young girls he's accused of abducting, his mother-in-law said Thursday.

Texas inmate has long history of running for office

A Texas inmate on Tuesday picked up a surprising 41 percent of the vote in the West Virginia Democratic primary against President Obama, who finished with 59 percent.

More seniors face hunger

1 in 7 Americans over the age of 60 face the threat of hunger. That's according to the Senior Hunger Report Card, an annual report from the National Meals on Wheels Federation.

New celebrity dating show "The Choice" premieres in June

Reality stars DJ Pauly D and Rob Kardashian, model Tyson Beckford, pro football superstars Rob Gronkowski and Ndamukong Suh, singer Joe Jonas and actors Carmen Electra and Dean Cain are among the celebrities who will vie for love on the hottest summe

President Obama voices support for same-sex marriage

U.S. — President Barack Obama, who previously said his views on the issue were "evolving," said Wednesday he supports same-sex marriage.

Texarkana inmate beating President Obama in 8 West Virginia counties

West Virginia — An incarcerated 53-year-old man is beating President Barack Obama in eight West Virginia counties in the state's Democratic Presidential Primary Tuesday, according to the latest figures from the West Virginia secretary

FOX's ANIMATION DOMINATION celebrates Mother's Day

In celebration of Mother’s Day, the animated kids of FOX Sundays reveal below what they’re getting their moms – Donna Tubbs, Marge Simpson, Linda Belcher, Lois Griffin and Francine Smith.

Author of 'Where the Wild Things Are' dies

Maurice Sendak, author of the classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are," has died, a spokeswoman for HarperCollins Publishers said Tuesday. He was 83.

Cars for grads

May means graduation time, and most young people hope that means new wheels. Now unless your last name is Rockefeller or Buffet, you’re probably not looking at this $68,000, 550-horsepower Caddy.

Graduates may carry debt far into careers, study shows

As Ark-La-Tex graduates get fitted for that cap and gown, they're facing many economic hurdles. One of the biggest can be student loan debt.