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Victims ‘relieved’ after Cleveland kidnapper pleads guilty to 937 charges against him
But police are still concerned that they could find more victims as suspect appears influenced by Cleveland serial killer
Police are carrying out a further search for additional victims amid concern there may be more bodies
Pamela Knox was driving along when suddenly her car started to slip into a hole - and kept on slipping.
Jurors need to decide if paralysed victim, David Chandler, was alert when police say he identified alleged killer
The star of the Ashcan School was influenced by the Impressionists. Yet for all the surface charm, his work shows a fear of what lies beneath
Craig Zobel's drama, allegedly "inspired by true events", is a banal nightmare about coercion and gullibility.
Prosecutors said the attacks constituted a hate crime
Controversy after judge sealed records in the case, keeping the student's name secret
As negotiations continue between the Senate and the House on a possible year-end deal to help the financially struggling US Postal Service, a small band of protesters launched its second hunger strike in six months on Tuesday.
Deaths behind the wheel of an automobile fell last year to the lowest level since the Truman administration, but there was an increase in fatalities among bicyclists, pedestrians, motorcycle riders and big-rig truck drivers, according to federal figures released Monday.
President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner, on Saturday reiterated pledges to work together to avoid the impending "fiscal cliff" of automatic spending cuts and tax hikes.
Mitt Romney spent the eve of the election completing a frantic dash across four swing states that could still provide him with a narrow path to the White House, insisting to supporters that America is "one day away from a new beginning, one day from a fresh start."
With Sandy blown, the race must go on. But it's certainly not making life as a campaign manager any easier. When Mitt Romney turned a recent event into a disaster relief rally, aides worried that supporters would ruin the photo-op by arriving without supplies to donate.
President Barack Obama, locked in a tight re-election bid, is joining with one of his top Republican critics today to visit victims of superstorm Sandy, giving Americans a high-profile display of presidential leadership while leaving rival Mitt Romney awkwardly on the sidelines less than a week before Election Day.