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Tributes are pouring in for the late actor, who tragically took his own life on Monday.
A former attorney general was the next to take the witness stand for the prosecution in the McDonnells' corruption trial.
President Barack Obama is vowing to step up support for a new Iraqi government.
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This is just scratching the surface, but here is two minutes of some of the most iconic moments in the career of a legend.
A man charged with stealing a taxi cab stepped out of a Boston police station and into an empty patrol car.
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These adorable pug puppies take on the legendary story of four mutated, crime-fighting turtles.
Jobs growth since the 2008 recession has been undermined by lower wages, with workers earning an average 23 percent less.
The former KISS guitarist will sit in with Jimmy Fallon's house band tonight.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
From "Mork and Mindy," to "Mrs. Doubtfire," Robin Williams had a remarkable career making people laugh.
Landowners across Nelson County are mobilizing for a meeting that involves a proposed pipeline.
Local groups are assisting a family that was displaced by an August 7th fire on Anderson Street.
Fifth District U.S. Representative Robert Hurt (R- Chatham) says Congress needs to secure U.S. borders.
A youth pastor in the Bridgewater area is facing felony child sex charges.
A past leader of the local tea party hopes Albemarle won't pursue equal taxing powers for counties and cities.
The owners of a Richmond grocery store must shell out $10,000 to settle a sex-discrimination lawsuit.
A Norfolk-based naval vessel with a troubled past is heading for the Middle East.
Iraq's president named a new prime minister to end Nuri al-Maliki's eight year rule, but the leader refused to go, creating a dangerous political showdown.
Protesters gathered at a suburban St. Louis police station, demanding charges against an officer who fatally shot an unarmed man over the weekend.
Police are handing out fliers to Times Square tourists, telling them that tipping the costumed characters is optional, and to call 911 if they have complaints.