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Alleged 'street racer' surrenders after fatal hit-and-run in California
A man suspected of killing two people during a "street race" has turned himself in to Los Angeles Police. Henry Gevorgyan, 21, surrendered to authorities Saturday night in connection with the fatal hit-and-run that left two onlookers dead.
Police: Teen's texts encouraged friend to commit suicide
A Massachusetts teenager faces a pretrial hearing in April on involuntary manslaughter charges for allegedly sending text messages urging a friend to commit suicide, even after he expressed second thoughts, authorities said Saturday.
14-year-old girl killed after Facebook spat
The fatal feud started with a quarrel on Facebook, devolved into a planned brawl at a park, and ended with a 14-year-old girl dead.
It took 5 months to find fugitive U.S. pastor
Brazilian police worked for five months to track down a fugitive American pastor accused of dozens of sexual assaults in Minnesota.
Alaska flights canceled over ash from Russian volcano
A volcano in Russia led to the cancellation of flights in Alaska over the weekend.
Stolen NASCAR vehicle found
A NASCAR Sprint Cup car stolen from the hotel where the team was staying turned up on a rural Georgia road Saturday -- the day before the scheduled race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but not in time for the team to qualify.
U.S. writer hacked to death
In his writings, author Avijit Roy said he yearned for reason and humanism guided by science.
Case against Hernandez: What you missed
Two years ago, Aaron Hernandez had a $40 million contract and was a rising NFL star. Now the former New England Patriot is on trial in the killing of Odin Lloyd.
Former Notre Dame president dies
Father Theodore M. Hesburgh, who led the University of Notre Dame to national academic prominence and became an influential figure in both the spiritual and political worlds, has died. He was 97.
6 from U.S. accused of supplying terrorists
Six suspects linked to terrorist activity referred to Syria and Iraq as "the beach," and used other coded language to avoid detection in the United States, authorities say.
See bombs hit fake U.S. warship
Iran blasted its mock-up of U.S. aircraft carrier USS Nimitz during naval drills while negotiations over the country's nuclear program continue.
The dress: They're not crazy, and neither are you
Astronaut finds water in helmet after spacewalk
NASA astronaut Terry Virts found a small amount of water in his helmet after a spacewalk this week, but it did not put him in any danger or interfere with his duties.
Driver ejected during violent crash, walks away
Dramatic video released by the Ohio State Highway Patrol shows a man who was ejected from his vehicle after it was hit by another car.
Girl's call exposes trail of death
Police are investigating multiple deaths at 6 crime scenes in south-central Missouri.
Heat's Bosh out for season with blood clots
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh will miss at least the remainder of the season after developing blood clots on one of his lungs, the team announced Saturday.
Lynch on SB call: 'I was expecting the ball'
Marshawn Lynch finally opened up about the Seattle Seahawks' final offensive play in the Super Bowl, telling a Turkish sports network that he was expecting to get the ball on the much-debated play that ended up sealing the Patriots' XLIX victory.
Rangers acquire Yandle in deal with Coyotes
The Rangers have acquired defenseman Keith Yandle and defenseman Chris Summers in exchange for defenseman John Moore and top prospect Anthony Duclair, as well as a first-round draft pick in 2016.
Bulls' Butler hyperextends elbow, to have MRI
Jimmy Butler left Sunday's 96-86 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers after hyperextending his left elbow. He did not return to the game and is scheduled to have an MRI on Monday.
Nadal wins first title in nearly nine months
Rafael Nadal lifted his first title in nearly nine months Sunday after defeating Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1 at the Argentina Open.
McGee, Sixers talking buyout, sources say
The Philadelphia 76ers are engaged in active buyout talks with newly-acquired center JaVale McGee in advance of Sunday night's playoff-eligibility deadline, according to league sources.
Garnett buys 1,000 tickets for Wolves fans
Kevin Garnett has purchased 1,000 tickets to Minnesota's next game in appreciation of Timberwolves fans for their welcome of his return to the team.
Caps acquire Glencross in trade with Flames
The Washington Capitals acquired forward Curtis Glencross in a trade with the Calgary Flames on Sunday.
Poulter builds 3-shot lead at Honda Classic
Ian Poulter took a big step toward ending his two-year victory drought Sunday by playing bogey-free on rain-softened PGA National for a 4-under 66, giving him a three-shot lead going into the final round of the Honda Classic.
Minoso, Chicago's 1st black MLB player, dies
Major League Baseball's first black player in Chicago, Minnie Minoso, has died.
Fast and furious: Rousey wins in 14 seconds
Ronda Rousey needed less than a minute to submit Cat Zingano.
Scioscia: Richards won't be ready by opener
Garrett Richards is expected to begin pitcher fielding drills in about a week as he makes progress from August knee surgery, and the club remains hopeful he could be pitching in games two to three weeks into the regular season.
Cowboys tell Bryant's agent they will tag WR
The Dallas Cowboys informed the agent for Dez Bryant they will place the franchise tag on the All-Pro wide receiver by Monday's deadline
Welcome back: Stanton already hit by pitch
Giancarlo Stanton was plunked in the hip by a Henderson Alvarez fastball during an intrasquad scrimmage Saturday.
New Dodger Rollins: Mets were No. 2 choice
Jimmy Rollins spent a lot of years with the Philadelphia Phillies antagonizing New York Mets fans with his swagger and competitive spirit. He was among a select group of opposing players that fans in Flushing Meadows most loved to hate.