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Was Jodi Arias cruel? Jurors deliberate in next phase of murder trial

Jodi Arias sobbed in an Arizona courtroom Wednesday as jurors weighed whether she was cruel when she killed her ex-boyfriend in 2008. Around her, the courtroom was silent for two minutes.

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.

Parents sue South Carolina for surgically turning child into a female

The adoptive parents of a child born with male and female organs say South Carolina mutilated their son by choosing a gender and having his male genitalia surgically removed.

Ft. Hood sexual assault prevention coordinator under investigation for sexual assault

The Army announced on Tuesday that an Army sergeant first class assigned to III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas, is under investigation for pandering, abusive sexual contact, assault and maltreatment of subordinates.

Chaffetz doesn't rule out impeachment for Obama over Benghazi

Rep. Jason Chaffetz reiterated Tuesday that the impeachment of President Barack Obama is possible as the White House faces scrutiny over its role in responding to the terror attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.

U.S. charges 89 with defrauding Medicare of $223 million

Federal officials announced charges Tuesday against 89 people who allegedly bilked Medicare for $223 million.

Report: Wealthy hire disabled guides to skip lines at Disney World

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2 Alaska volcanoes on alert as lava flows

Lava flowed Tuesday from two Alaskan volcanoes, with authorities placing both on the second-highest alert levels because "sudden explosions ... are possible with little or no warning."