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Former New England Patriot Hernandez charged with murder

Authorities charged former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez with first-degree murder on Wednesday, hours after police arrested him and the NFL team that once gave him a $40 million contract dropped him from its roster.

After historic court rulings, what's next for gay rights movement?

For some people, Wednesday was a day to celebrate. Thursday, they get back to work.

Oprah claims top spot on Forbes 'Most Powerful Celebrities' list

Forbes has released their 2013 Most Powerful Celebrities list. In the number one position for the fifth time is Oprah Winfrey .

VIDEO: NFL star Aaron Hernandez arrested at MA home, released by Patriots

Former New England Patriots tight end, Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his Massachusetts home by police Wednesday morning.

Supreme Court strikes down controversial DOMA provision

The Supreme Court has struck down a key provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, ruling that same-sex spouses legally married in a state may receive federal benefits.

GRAPHIC VIDEO: 'Nanny cam' catches burglar brutally attack homeowner

A nanny-cam was rolling as a burglar brutally attacked a homeowner while her young child sat in the same room. Now, police in Millburn, New Jersey are asking the public to look at the video, and help identify the attacker.

GRAPHIC VIDEO: Man punches ex-wife in the face while she holds her 2-year-old son

The face of an Arizona man seen on surveillance video punching a woman in the face has a lot of people talking. It's a slap then, moments later, a punch in the face that has a lot of people outraged.

Who is NFL star Aaron Hernandez?

Attorneys for the New England Patriots' tight end Aaron Hernandez are finally speaking up as the football player remains behind closed doors at his home in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.

After 4 years, Michael Jackson's son to testify about father's death

Four years after Michael Jackson died, his oldest son is ready to tell a jury about the last days of his life.