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'Unspeakable Crime': 8 Children Found Dead in Australia Home
Police responding to a call of an injured woman in Cairns found the bodies of eight children, between 18 months and 15 years old, authorities said.






'Unspeakable Crime': 8 Children Found Dead in Australia Home
Police responding to a call of an injured woman in Cairns found the bodies of eight children, between 18 months and 15 years old, authorities said.






Nebraska and Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado Pot Legalization
The attorney generals in Nebraska and Oklahoma want the Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional.
Cosby Lawyer: We Don't Just Expect Fairness From 'Black Media'
Cosby's lawyers say a report that indicated the embattled comic expected the "black media" to be neutral was the result of "misconstrued" comments.






NJ Officials: Transgender Teen Can Use Boys Restroom
A transgender male student in New Jersey says his school has reversed course and will now allow him to use the boys' restroom.
Massive Downtown L.A. Fire Was Arson, Investigators Say
The Los Angeles Fire Department and the ATF said Thursday the fire that destroyed a seven-story complex and damaged a freeway was intentionally set.






Here's Why Wolves, Bears, Lynx Are Going Wild in Europe
Despite having half the land area of the contiguous United States and double the population density, Europe has twice as many wolves.






Brian Williams: Dozing With TV On Is All Good With New Tech
Virgin Media is developing a wristband that senses when its wearer dozes off while watching TV and then records the rest of the show.
It's Unlikely N. Korea Hacked Sony Without Help, Expert Says
Scott Borg says the skill level evidenced in the cyberattack is probably beyond what North Korean hackers are capable of.






That Cheap Old Car Might Carry Deadly Cost for Teens
When shopping for a safe car for their teens, parents might want to aim for the newest model they can afford, a new study suggests.
Dog Runs for the First Time Thanks to 3-D-Printed Legs
Derby was never very good at fetch. He was born with a disability and it seemed like a cart with wheels was his best option — until Tara Anderson built him a brand-new pair of legs.






Cops Have Crack, Gun Evidence on Shmoney Dance Rapper
Bobby Shmurda is accused of being part of a violent drug-dealing gang.






Dow Soars More Than 400 Points as Oil Prices Fall
After scoring their best session of the year so far on Wednesday, U.S. stocks topped that on Thursday.






Watch Live: Authorities to Give Update on Burned Teen
District Attorney John Champion will speak to reporters Thursday about the investigation into Chambers' death, who was burned alive on Dec. 6.






Slender Man Stabbing: Girls Found Competent for Trial
Lawyers for the girls, now 12 and 13, wanted the case moved to juvenile court, but the judge set a preliminary hearing for February.






Year in Science: Ancient and Modern Riddles Revealed
Who's buried in a 2,300-year-old Greek tomb? Will the Ebola virus ever be vanquished? Those are just a couple of the scientific riddles posed in 2014.
'Serious Blow': U.S. Kills Three ISIS Leaders in Iraq Strikes
One official said that the setback to ISIS may be temporary.






Review Finds Secret Service Needs 'Culture Change'
The Secret Service is overstretched and needs a "culture change" from outside leadership, according to a new review.
'Utter Devastation': Who's Next in Line After the Sony Hack?
News of cyberattacks now dominate the headlines often, but experts say the Sony hack was designed to cause "utter devastation" unlike they've ever seen.
Who Was the CIA Spy Freed in the Cuba Prisoner Swap?
Former U.S. intelligence officer says Rolando Sarraff Trujillo helped Havana's agents in U.S. communicate with their handlers.