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U.S. Army has completed its investigation of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl

The initial report on Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl has been completed and submitted to the army. An army spokesman said Brigadier General Kenneth Dahl's report is being reviewed by commanders but is not being released.

What would Oscar Pistorius face if he's sent to prison?

A stuffy, overcrowded cell. Perhaps two or three men to a single bunk. Lockdown for most of the day.

Family waits with anger and hope: Is daughter's death linked to latest case?

Cassandra Morton never became a household name like some of the other women. Not like Morgan Harrington. Or Hannah Graham.

Hunter: Terrorists crossing into U.S. -- but maybe not ISIS

Men affiliated with terrorist organizations have crossed the United States' southern border and the Department of Homeland Security is splitting hairs by arguing otherwise, a House Republican is saying.

Texas nurse tests positive for Ebola, would be 1st Ebola transmission in U.S.

A female nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for Ebola after a preliminary test, officials said.

Same-sex marriage can begin in Idaho, after justices deny a stay

Same-sex marriage can move forward in Idaho after the Supreme Court on Friday refused the state's request to delay implementation.

Oil prices are plunging. Don't cheer yet

Crude oil tumbled below $84 a barrel on Friday for the first time since the 2012 Olympics in London.

Seven teens charged in Sayreville High School assaults

Six teenage football players accused of hazing and sexual assault at a New Jersey high school were taken into custody Friday evening, according to the Middlesex County Prosecutors office.

13-year-old hid in attic during attempted home invasion

Two people are being charged with allegedly trying to break into a North Haven home Thursday afternoon. The first attempt was at a home on Hartford Turnpike, where a 13-year-old child hid in the attic while he called police.

American emergency rooms prepare as Ebola fear spreads

Emergency rooms around the United States are preparing for the people who may have Ebola and for the people who just think they have Ebola.