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NFL DRAFT: Reviewing day 1

The 2013 NFL draft kicked off last night live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The TV ratings for the draft were as high as the third game of the World Series last years

Country music legend George Jones dies at 81

George Jones, the country music legend whose graceful, evocative voice gave depth to some of the greatest songs in country music -- including "She Thinks I Still Care," "The Grand Tour" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today&

Boston bombers discussed detonating explosives in Times Square

At least one of the two bombs used in the Boston Marathon terror attack was detonated by remote control, a federal law enforcement official briefed on the investigation said Thursday.

5 presidents on hand for Bush Center dedication

Some may disagree whether George W. Bush was a "uniter, not a divider," as he liked to say, but he is expected to get all five living presidents together for the dedication of his presidential library.

Obama to attend memorial for victims of Texas plant explosion

President Barack Obama will join residents of West, a central Texas town still looking for answers, at a memorial service Thursday for the 14 people killed in a fertilizer plant explosion last week.

Latest developments in the Boston bombing investigation

Here are some of the latest developments in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation: NEW:

What Are Dedicated Ethernet Connection Technologies Designed for These Days?

Internet technologies have greatly advanced in the last few years.

'Most Wanted' fugitive captured

A suspected child predator who was a "most-wanted" fugitive when captured in Nicaragua appeared in federal court on Tuesday where he confirmed his identity and was ordered held.

Town devastated by fertilizer explosion is guided by the West way

Next to the 24-hour Czech Stop off I-35 in central Texas, travelers line up to get a taste of the pastries and breads that define this community.

Justice Department files charges against Lance Armstrong

The Justice Department late Tuesday formally filed its case against Lance Armstrong and his company Tailwind Sports for millions of dollars which the U.S. Postal Service had spent to sponsor the  cycling team.