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Texas judge allows Armstrong lawsuit to proceed

Texas Judge Darlene Byrne ruled on Monday that a $3 million lawsuit can proceed against Lance Armstrong.

Governor Perry appeals President's denial of major disaster declation for West explosion

Texas Governor Rick Perry formally appealed President Barack Obama's decision to deny a major disaster declaration that would provide additional federal assistance to the people of West as the community continues to recover from the deadly

VIDEO: 'Stop, drop, roll' saves man's life after car smashes into gas pump, catches fire

A Tennessee man is in the hospital recovering from severe burns to his body after a fiery accident. Authorities say the simple thing he did after the impact likely saved his life.

VIDEO: Cleveland kidnapping victims speak out for the first time

For the first time since their rescue two months ago, the world is hearing directly from the three women who were held captive in Cleveland for a decade.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Wife plots husband's murder

A Michigan woman has pleaded guilty to hiring a hitman to kill her husband.

The Top 10: Facebook 'vomit' button for gays and other Pat Robertson quotes

Televangelist Pat Robertson wishes Facebook had a 'vomit' button. So that he could click on it every time he came across a photograph of a gay couple kissing.

Q&A: How does an air crash investigation work?

Three days after Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash landed at San Francisco International Airport with the loss of two lives, there is still no official explanation for what caused the incident.

Texas Rangers host first responders, victims of West explosion

A day at the ballpark was more than just that for the people of West, Texas. The Texas Rangers helped make sure the town, affected by that deadly plant explosion, could have a day of fun after so much grief.

Armstrong to ride in first race since doping allegations

Lance Armstrong will ride in his first race since he confessed to major doping allegations. The race is across the state of Iowa for the Des Moines Register Newspaper later this month.

McCaul: Senate bill 'candy thrown down there' for votes

As Congress prepared to return to immigration reform next week, the debate over the issue continued Sunday, with the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee saying the Senate bill just throws "a bunch of candy" at the border