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37 Homes Collapse, Dozens Injured in Japan Quake
At least 37 homes were destroyed and 39 people were injured across the region, including seven seriously, mostly with broken bones, officials said.






Cops Shoot Boy, 12, Carrying 'Airsoft' Toy Gun in Cleveland
Cleveland police said the 12-year-old refused orders to put his hands up and reached for an "airsoft" toy gun that resembled a real firearm at a playground.






Three College Students Die In Arkansas Crash
The students from Texarkana College and Texas A&M University Texarkana were in a car that was rear-ended by a tractor trailer early Saturday.






Experts Decipher Ancient Egyptian Book of Spells
Australian researchers have deciphered an ancient Egyptian handbook, revealing a series of invocations and spells.






Man Sets House on Fire, Kills Deputy in Ambush
A sheriff's deputy was shot dead after he and other first responders rushed to the the scene of a house fire Saturday, and the gunman was then killed.






Bighorn Sheep Killed by Car After L.A. Zoo Escape
The animal was running loose in the city's Los Feliz neighborhood Saturday when it was hit and killed by a car, authorities said.






Magnitude 6.8 Quake Hits Central Japan
The earthquake was felt across much of northern Japan and in Tokyo, about 125 miles southeast of Hakuba.






'We Need This': Cops, Community Exchange Ideas in Ferguson
An initial confrontation between a community group and police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, turned into a chance to find common ground Saturday.






Snow-Buried Buffalo Braces for Flooding
As parts of New York State began to dig out from under a historic snowstorm, communities in Texas braced for a band of severe thunderstorms.






Naked Man Arrested in Rampage at Boston Airport
Police said a man stripped naked in a ladies restroom, climbed into a drop ceiling, crashed through that ceiling, then attacked an 84-year-old man.






Magnitude 6.8 Quake Hits Central Japan: NHK
The earthquake was felt across much of northern Japan and in Tokyo, about 125 miles southeast of Hakuba.






No Grand Jury Decision This Weekend in Michael Brown Case
Police and other public safety agencies in and around Ferguson, Missouri, have eased back on alert, and sources say the grand jury will meet Monday.






UVA Suspends All Frats After Sex Assault Report
The school president said in an email that a disturbing report of sex assault in 2012 highlighted by a Rolling Stone article was "appalling."






Pregnant Woman, Three Others Killed in Ohio
Police say a pregnant woman and three others were shot and killed in a Cleveland home, and a 10-year-old girl was wounded but expected to survive.






Vice Wars: Who's Scared of Big Marijuana?
Many supporters of legal marijuana hope for a cottage industry of scrappy growers, collectives and dispensaries. Few expect to get it.






Two More Venues Cancel Bill Cosby's Shows
Women have been speaking out one by one to claim the comedian gave them pills that made them feel groggy and then sexually forced himself onto them.
'Difficult Talks' Remain Ahead of Iran Nuke Deadline
Secretary of State John Kerry says the nations are making “careful progress” toward a deal on an Iran nuclear program.






Why Are Chinese Investors Buying Up Detroit?
Detroit’s thousands of empty buildings are being flogged — and Chinese investors are answering the siren call of unbeatable deals.






Wedding Photo Washed Up in Sandy Returned to Owner
A vintage wedding photograph that washed up in front of a Long Island woman's house after Hurricane Sandy is being reunited with its owner.
Artist on Creating 'Nude Princess Kate'
Chicago-born artist 'Pegasus', often referred to as 'The American Banksy,' says he is a huge fan of the British royals, and that his creation should be treated as "an homage" to the Duchess.
Two More Venues Cancel Bill Cosby's Shows
Women have been speaking out one by one to claim the comedian gave them pills that made them feel groggy and then sexually forced himself onto them.






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Kerry Calls Allies As Clock Ticks on Iran Nuke Deal
Secretary of State John Kerry said he was calling and meeting with American allies on how to overcome obstacles to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.






'Automotive Wealth Gap' on Display at L.A. Show
Stroll around the Los Angeles Auto Show and you'll see the wealth gap writ large in the pricey metal automakers are peddling.






'Violent Incidents': U.S. Warns on Mexican Resort Town
The American embassy in Mexico has advised U.S. citizens to avoid Acapulco, a Pacific coastal resort once known for hosting glamorous jet-setters.