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Jury deliberates Zimmerman's fate for a second day

George Zimmerman's future -- either acquittal or guilt of murder or manslaughter -- was back in the hands of a Florida jury Saturday morning. The six jurors entered their second day of deliberations.

WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: Man gored during running of the bulls

The centuries old running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, is living up to its dangerous reputation.

Man swims 5 hours to get help when boat sinks

A family outing on their sailboat turned dangerous when the boat was swamped and everyone was thrown overboard, but a determined family member swam away to find help, and he found it, five hours later.

National gay blood drive aims to lift donation ban

Activists are organizing the first national gay blood drive Friday in an effort to combat the Food and Drug Administration's ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men.

Shot 16 times by officers: Innocent man files $20M suit

Lawyers for Dustin Theoharis, an Auburn man who was shot 16 times in his bed by a sheriff's deputy and a DOC officer, say they are filing a $20 million lawsuit against the state Department of Corrections.

U.S. House approves farm bill without food stamp aid

The U.S. House approved revised legislation on Thursday to overhaul the nation's farm programs -- one that doesn't include an extension of food stamps.

Stolen NFL, college championship rings among items recovered in search of BR home

Three people were arrested during the execution of a search warrant yesterday. Among the items seized were 4 football championship rings, including three from LSU and one from the NFL.

Jeter to return to Yankees Thursday

New York Yankees superstar shortstop, Derek Jeter, will return to the big leagues Thursday afternoon.

VIDEO: Daughter lifts Jeep off dad

Adam Simmons was working on the brakes of his daughter's Jeep Liberty in the driveway of their Plymouth home when suddenly the jacks gave, the car buckled and the rotor landed on Simmons' right leg.

VIDEO: Cornyn, Colleagues to Obama: Partial 'Obamacare' delay does not go far enough

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, today joined all 45 fellow Senate Republicans in sending a letter to President Obama asking him to extend the Obamacare employer mandate delay to the rest of the flawed law and to make those delays permanent.