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Suspect in Palm Beach rapes extradited to U.S.

A Guatemalan man accused in five rapes in Palm Beach County, Florida, has been extradited to the United States to face charges, officials announced Thursday.

Chocolate: Treat yourself to success

According to a recent study, if you're a boss and want your employees to work harder, you should try to make them happier. Or at least give them a bit of a sugar boost.

'Duck Dynasty' star stands by beliefs

As season 5 of "Duck Dynasty" wraps up, co-star Willie Robertson is not backing down from either his faith or the controversy those beliefs helped stir.

Kilgore Police searching for missing 12-year-old girl

Kilgore Police is searching for a missing girl. Jessica Madden, 12, has been reported missing. She was last seen several hours ago.

Rubio to make first 'early state' visit this cycle

Sen. Marco Rubio's heading to New Hampshire. The May visit to the first-in-the-nation primary state by the potential 2016 Republican presidential contender is raising eyebrows among those who cover national politics.

2 die in shooting at Virginia naval station

The civilian who was one of two men killed in a shooting on the USS Mahan at Virginia's Naval Station Norfolk on Monday night had proper identification to get onto the base, but breached security to board the ship, a U.S.

Washington landslide: 8 dead, 108 missing

 A list of those reported missing following a landslide in rural Washington state includes 108 names, emergency officials said Monday.

House Intel chair says Putin isn't done in Ukraine

Rep. Mike Rogers said Sunday he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin has even more aspirations in Ukraine -- and the troops to back them up.

Drought-ravaged California turns to tech for help

Sometimes it takes a disaster to inspire innovation.

Malaysia PM: Flight 370 went down over southern Indian Ocean

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went down over the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday, citing a new analysis of satellite data by a British satellite company and accident investigators, and apparently ending ho