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7 women's bodies found in northwestern Indiana linked to possible serial killer in custody
The bodies of seven women found over the weekend in northwest Indiana have been been linked to an unidentified man who is in police custody and led authorities to three of the bodies, officials said Monday.
Topless pics of Brooke Burke hit New York City gallery
Never-before-seen nude photos of former “Dancing With the Stars” host Brooke Burke went on display at a Manhattan art gallery Thursday night.
'Fury' starring Brad Pitt wins the box office weekend race
Brad Pitt and a squadron of up-and-coming actors  held off “Gone Girl” at the multiplexes this weekend as “Fury” topped box office charts with a $23.5 million debut reports Variety.
Jumbo squid attack submarine
It is like a scene from an old wives' tale about the giant, tentacled kraken dragging shipping vessels to their doom — two Humboldt squid, flashing an angry red, attack a Dual Deep Worker submersible containing two Greenpeace USA divers on an expedition in the Bering Sea. In a Vine video shot by one of the divers, the two large cephalopods, also commonly referred to as “jumbo squid” or “red devils,” rush at the submersible while spewing vision-obscuring clouds of ink.
Bear bites boy's arm off in Chinese zoo
A bear in central China has bitten off the arm of a 9-year-old boy who tried to feed it through its cage, state media and a doctor said Sunday.
US drops arms, ammunition to Kurds fighting ISIS in Kobani
The U.S. military said late Sunday that it had dropped weapons, ammunition, and medical supplies to Kurdish forces battling to hold the Syrian border town of Kobani against Islamic State militants.
'American Idol' contestant Joanne Borgella dead at 32
Former “American Idol” contestant Joanne Borgella died on Saturday at the age of 32 from cancer.
Swedish military claims three credible sightings of undersea activity in search for suspected Russian submarine
The Swedish military said Sunday it had made three credible sightings of foreign undersea activity in its waters during the past few days amid reports of a suspected Russian intrusion in the area.
Bang, you’re dead: Where America’s most famous gangsters and outlaws are buried
These well-known gangsters are buried all over the country, and some of them may be closer to you than you think.
Bob Seger, 69, launches tour and new album, 'Ride Out'
At 69, Bob Seger says he's ready to hit the road again: He's scaled back smoking and bicycles 10 miles a day as part of a workout routine.
‘Wheel of Misfortune’ discipline gets teacher in hot water
A Washington state teacher who allowed students to spin a “Wheel of Misfortune” to avoid detention is keeping her job after an investigation determined her use of the spinning wheel to dole out punishments was an “inappropriate classroom management technique” and not bullying.
Cars and trucks we can't have...but definitely want
There are a lot of great foreign cars for sale in the United States, but plenty more don't make the trip. Check out some of our favorite forbidden fruit.
Shia LaBeouf blames method acting for his recent troubles
Hollywood bad boy Shia LaBeouf blames method acting for the wacky antics that got him fired from a Broadway play and tossed in the slammer says The New York Post.
San Francisco radio stations won't play Lorde's hit song 'Royals' during World Series
Fans get fired up for the World Series in all kinds of ways.
3-year-old girl beaten to death in NYC, police say
Police say a 3-year-old girl has been beaten to death and her 5-year-old brother assaulted at an apartment in New York City.
New hospital guidelines for Ebola patients call for healthcare workers to cover up
New guidelines for the treatment of Ebola expected to be issued Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will require healthcare workers to be completely covered up when treating patients for the virus and be monitored while donning and removing protective garb.
'Dragon's Egg': Marines who guarded Saddam's mysterious bunker fear weapons unleashed
The U.S. Marines who guarded the sprawling complex in northwest Iraq where Saddam Hussein’s 1980s war machine churned out some of the most deadly chemical and biological weapons known to man had a name for one especially mysterious bunker: The Dragon’s Egg.
McDonald’s recruits former ‘Mythbuster’ to debunk rumors about pink slime and other food myths
The fast food chain is rolling out new “Our food. Your questions,” campaign.
'Buffy' star Nicolas Brendon arrested after hotel disturbance
Nicolas Brendon, a former star of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” was arrested in Boise, Idaho following a disturbance reports Rob Shuter of
Evan Rachel Wood says Vanity Fair made her feel like 'meat'
When she was 15, Evan Rachel Wood appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair with a host of other rising young actresses including Lindsay Lohan, Hilary Duff and the Olsen twins. Sadly according to Rob Shuter of the experience left her feeling like “meat.”
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