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Hernandez's fiancee testifies at trial
The fiancee of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has testified that after she dropped him off at a police station to be questioned over the slaying of her sister's boyfriend, he told her to meet one of his co-defendants and give him money.
What Investigators Have Learned About the NYC Building Explosion
Officials today revealed details that led up to the explosion and fire that rocked New York's East Village neighborhood Thursday.
Amanda Knox's Conviction Overturned
Italy's highest court is deliberating about whether or not they will uphold the latest appeal against Amanda Knox's acquittal of her roommate's murder.
Actress Drea De Matteo's East Village home destroyed in explosion
Sources close to Drea De Matteo confirm that the actress' East Village home was among those destroyed by a building explosion, fire and collapse that also left nearly two dozen people injured and two missing.
2 unaccounted for after East Village explosion; Dozens injured or displaced
The family of a 23-year-old man says he is missing following the explosion in the East Village Thursday that left 22 people injured and led to the collapse of three buildings.
Tales of heroism emerge from East Village chaos
Tim Fleischer has the story of those who sprang into action to help those affected, including a firefighter who climbed up a fire escape.
Steve Lavin out as coach
St. John's coach Steve Lavin and the school have mutually agreed to part ways after five seasons.
Germanwings Co-Pilot Never Submitted Sick Note, Airline Says
There are indications that the co-pilot of the Germanwings aircraft that crashed into the French Alps on Tuesday hid an illness from his employers, prosecutors said.
Fraternity Members Learned Racist Chant During Cruise, School Says
The fraternity members who were recorded singing a racist chant on a bus learned the song during a leadership cruise held by Sigma Alpha Epsilon four years ago.
Displaced East Village residents asking city for help
Political reporter Dave Evans has a look at the impact on the East Village neighborhood from Thursday's building explosion.