DETROIT — The mother of two children found in a deep freezer in a Detroit apartment is now facing murder charges.
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BALTIMORE — The passenger in the SUV that was fired on by police at the National Security Agency on Monday sustained a gunshot wound in the incident, an official confirmed Wednesday. There was still no word on the person’s condition.
Naturally occurring climate change lowered oxygen levels in the deep ocean, decimating a broad spectrum of seafloor life that took some 1,000 years to recover, according to a study that offers a potential window into the effects of modern warming.
LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — California Gov. Jerry Brown, standing on a patch of brown grass in the Sierra Nevada that is usually covered with several feet of snow, on Wednesday announced the first mandatory water restrictions in California history.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Tuesday had been expected to sign his state’s version of legislation billed as a religious freedom measure, despite complaints that it could lead to discrimination, especially against gays and lesbians.
LOS ANGELES — Andrew Getty, an heir to the billion-dollar Getty oil fortune who was found dead at his Hollywood Hills home Tuesday, suffered from a serious medical condition that put him at “grave risk of substantial and irreparable injury or death,” according to court documents.
FOLSOM, Calif. — California’s electrical grid has a problem — a nice problem, but a problem nonetheless: The state often has too much power.
SEATTLE — As growing numbers of pregnant women seek noninvasive blood tests to screen for Down syndrome and other abnormalities, University of Washington researchers say they’ve documented a key reason for worrisome false positive results.
Is Google creating the next generation of office blowhards? A clever psychological study by Yale University researchers suggests the answer is yes.
BOSTON — Defense lawyers for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ended their case Tuesday after calling just four witnesses to the stand, trying to cast much of the blame for the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings on his older brother through his detailed computer searches about how to build highly explosive pressure cooker bombs.