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Defense says stories like the one about the pregnant woman whose husband got shot in the face are not necessary because he has all but admitted guilt
Game against the White Sox will be played "without fan admittance in order to minimize safety concerns," the league says
54-year-old Paul Mason used to be one of the world's biggest men, tipping the scales at 980 pounds. Extreme weight loss left him with over 100 pounds of excess skin that gets in the way of walking or exercising. WBZ-TV's Julie Loncich reports on the operation he hopes will change his life.
Irwin Horwitz emailed students to say he's reached a breaking point, that they're all being given failing grades, and he won't teach anymore
City under curfew and all public schools are closed after riots sparked by funeral of man who died in police custody
An as-yet-unidentified man wearing a "Punisher" T-shirt telling protesters to back away from police is quickly gaining attention
President Obama spoke on the violence and unrest that broke out on the streets of Baltimore, saying there was "no excuse" for the destruction. He spoke at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Deasia Watkins had reportedly been diagnosed with postpartum psychosis prior to the slaying