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Sen. Boxer Gets an Earful on Race

Black Chamber of Commerce exec accuses senator of racially condescending to him at committee hearing

Man Waits to Feel Wife's Touch After Hand Transplant

Jeff Kepner, the first U.S. double hand transplant patient, says he is looking forward to being able to feel his wife's hand as he holds it.

Police Say 10 Climbers Die on Two Mountains in Japan

He could not provide further details, including the cause of their deaths. Reports said the weather was bad at the time they were climbing.

Porn Actor Gets Sentenced in Pa. Rooftop Break-Ins

A porn star who was accused of breaking into Philadelphia stores through their rooftops while his twin brother and occasional co-star acted as a lookout is going to prison for three to eight years.

La. Baby Found Dead in Crib With 100 Small Animal Bites

Police say a Louisiana infant's body was covered with what appeared to be more than 100 small animal bites, perhaps some from rats, when she was found dead in her crib.

ANALYSIS: Hardest Hit Areas Get Least Stimulus Money

President Obama promised the stimulus bill would give help to 'those hardest hit by our economic crisis,' but a FOXNews.com analysis found a perverse pattern: the states hardest hit by the recession received the least money.

'Harry Potter' Star Pleads Guilty to Growing Marijuana Farm

A teenage cast member of the "Harry Potter" movies has appeared in a London court and admitted to growing marijuana

Safe, Murder Weapon Found in Killings of Fla. Couple

The safe stolen from a wealthy Florida couple with 13 adopted children was recovered Thursday in addition to several guns, including one believed to be the murder weapon, authorities said.

'Craigslist Killer' Suspect Loses Bid for Media Leak Probe

A former Boston medical student charged with killing a masseuse he met on Craigslist has lost a bid for an investigation into media leaks he claimed may have tainted the grand jury that indicted him.

Toddler Saved After Riding 8 Miles Down River in Toy Truck

A Canadian toddler who drove his battery-powered toy truck into a river survived by clinging to it as he was swept almost eight miles downstream.