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GOP senators caution NFL over Obamacare

The top two Republicans in the Senate cautioned the National Football League against teaming up with the Obama administration to promote the president's controversial health care reform.

Heat won't relent in scorched Southwest

If you think a place called Furnace Creek would be hot in the summer, you're right. The town in California's Death Valley is expected to hit 128 degrees Saturday.

One Fund Boston to distribute nearly $61 million to marathon victims

The One Fund Boston, a nonprofit created to benefit the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, has begun distributing nearly $61 million to 232 eligible claimants, the fund said in a news release Saturday.

VIDEO: Daughter arrested after elderly mother found bedridden, covered in maggots

Police near Seattle are shocked by a case of alleged elder abuse and say the scene was like a horror movie. Responding deputies spent about 10 hours decontaminating it in haz-mat suits.

ETX woman indicted, charged with mailing laced letters to President Obama, NYC mayor

A Texas woman has been indicted and charged with mailing ricin-laced letters to President Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a U.S. attorney's office in Texas said Friday.

Suspect in Colorado theater killings to wear hidden harness during trial

Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes will wear a hidden harness under his clothes to restrain him during his trial, which will have the largest jury pool in state history.

VIDEO: Supermarket manager takes down suspected thief

A Florida supermarket manager, tired of people stealing from his store, took the law in his own hands. He took down a suspect and it was all caught on tape.

BREAKING: Federal grand jury returns 30-count indictment against Boston Marathon bombing suspect

A federal grand jury has returned a 30-count indictment against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, the U.S. attorney's office said.

Aaron Hernandez now being investigated for 2012 double-murder

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is now being investigated in connection with a double murder in Boston's South End in July 2012, a law enforcement source close to the Aaron Hernandez Investigation said.

Target, Home Depot the latest companies to cut ties with Paula Deen

The latest retail giants to boycott Paula Deen products are Target and Home Depot. Deen has been dropped by six companies since her admission to using a racial slur was made public.