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More than 170 people were arrested and held on $1 million bail after the shootout between rival gangs in Waco, Texas, that left 9 dead. See their mugshots here.
Tyler Carlisle was killed after an attempted murder suicide where he stabbed Alexander Michaud at their apartment close to Yale.
Prior to becoming the first American woman in space, a journalist asked Sally Ride if she worried that her mission may hurt her reproductive organs.
Steph Curry's mom nearly broke Twitter when she was shown on TV multiple times during the Golden State Warriors win over the Houston Rockets.
Asher Abid Khan, a 20-year-old Texas man who is accused of trying to join ISIS, returned to the United States after his family lied about his mother's health.
A conservative activist stabbed his Yale roommate and then leaped to his death from the window of their ninth-floor apartment.
The Islamic State has purportedly released a photo series showing the handgun execution of an alleged "CIA spy" who was trained in Turkey and a member of the PKK.
Bringing the war against the Islamic State to a new level, Iran held the first "Daesh Cartoon & Caricature Contest." See some of the winning entries here.
A new photo series purportedly released by the Islamic State shows the punishment for what happens when someone is caught drinking alcohol: public flogging.
The Islamic State has purportedly released a photo series of a young man who allegedly murdered his uncle being shot execution-style for his "crime."
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State states their plans for the recently captured Palmyra, Syria, an ancient Roman city and UNESCO world heritage site.
Jeffrey Webb, the president of CONCACAF, is one of more than 10 high-ranking FIFA officials indicted on corruption charges in the United States.