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David Beckham to retire

David Beckham, one of the most iconic football stars of his generation, has announced his retirement. His decision comes days after the 38-year-old won his latest title with French club Paris Saint-Germain.

Brady Center sues Georgia town that requires residents to own guns

The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Nelson, Georgia, a small town north of Atlanta.

House committee to question IRS officials on targeting

Members of the House Ways and Means Committee will take their turn Friday questioning Internal Revenue Service officials over the targeting of conservative groups by the agency.

David Beckham to retire

David Beckham, one of the most iconic football stars of his generation, has announced his retirement. His decision comes days after the 38-year-old won his latest title with French club Paris Saint-Germain.

14-month-old baby in stroller falls onto train tracks

Some heart-stopping surveillance video out of Philadelphia. A stroller got away from a mother at a subway station, and the baby ended up on the tracks. The child was strapped in, but her pink blanket went flying.

Boston bomber calls attack "retribution" for U.S. attacks in Middle East

The surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon attack indicated that the bombing was retribution for what he called U.S. attacks against Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq, a law enforcement official said.

Police arrest suspect in New Orleans Mother's Day shooting

The New Orleans Police Department has arrested 19-year-old Akein Scott in connection with the shooting of 19 people on Mother's Day, according to the department's official Facebook page.

Investigators trying to rescue young victim from U.S. producer of child pornography, location unknown

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is seeking the arrest of an unidentified man for producing child pornography and the rescue of a 7 to 9-year-old victim of sexual exploitation.

VIDEO: Wealthy families using disabled tour guides to skip theme park lines

Wealthy New York families have found a way to skip to the front of the line at Disney World. They hire disabled tour guides. That's according to social researcher, Wednesday Martin.