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Facts are short, fear is long in Tulsa as cops search for serial sex attacker

He breaks into homes from the back, either through a window or door. He tends to be covered, and attacks when it's dark.

T-Mobile charged customers for 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in bogus fees - FTC

T-Mobile says it's on a mission to help customers by reshaping the U.S. wireless industry. But the company is now accused of hitting those same customers with hundreds of millions of dollars in bogus charges.

Study: Triceratops took a million years to develop horn

Researchers at the Montana State University have breaking news -- one million years in the making. Triceratops, the three horned dinosaur, didn't always look like the famous silhouette we know and love.

New York cop's conviction in cannibal case overturned

The conviction of a former New York police officer for conspiring to kidnap, torture, cook and eat women has been overturned by a federal judge, who ruled that the evidence against him amounted to "fantasy role-play."

Forbes names Beyonce most powerful celebrity

Beyonce isn't just one of the world's most influential people. She's also the world's most powerful celebrity, according to Forbes magazine.

Reports: Missing Israeli teens found dead in West Bank

The bodies of three Israeli teenagers who authorities said were kidnapped this month have been found in the West Bank, Israel's Channel Two and Channel Ten reported Monday, citing sources in the Israeli military.

President Obama to take executive action on immigration

President Barack Obama plans to take executive action on immigration reform after House Speaker John Boehner told him last week the House won't vote on a comprehensive bill this year, a White House official said.

New camera could change the way you watch football

Imagine watching a game at Kyle Field and seeing exactly what the quarterback saw on his last touchdown pass … It may sound like a dream, but it is closer to reality than you may think.

General Motors recalls 8.4 million vehicles

General Motors announced recalls of more than 8.4 million vehicles worldwide, most of those for faulty ignition switches.

CA: Nightmare nanny agrees to move out, under certain conditions

A California family's nanny nightmare may be nearing an end.