|Chicago radio personalities apologize for tweets about sports reporter|
|Chicago area radio personalities WSCR-AM 670 hosts Dan Bernstein and Matt Spiegel have apologized for tweets about Comcast Sports Chicago sports reporter Aiyana Cristal that many found offensive.|
|Spokesman for Missouri state auditor found dead 1 month after boss killed himself|
|The spokesman for the Missouri auditor was found dead Sunday from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, just a month after his former boss -- GOP gubernatorial frontrunner Tom Schweich -- also killed himself.|
|Commencing jihad: ISIS tweets photos of military 'graduation'|
|The black-clad graduates listened intently as speakers inspired them to change the world, but instead of caps and gowns, they wore masks and fatigues, and in place of diplomas, they clutched AK-47s.|
|Indiana lawmakers hurry to 'clarify' religious freedom law amid protests|
|Republican legislators in Indiana said Monday that they were working on adding language to the state's controversial new religious freedom law that would make clear that the measure does not permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.|
|‘Killing Jesus’ breaks rating record with 3.7 million viewers for NatGeo|
|"Killing Jesus" nabbed 3.7 million viewers across Sunday night — the biggest audience in National Geographic Channel history.|
|Hilary Duff explains bikini pic: I felt good|
|Hilary Duff explained her attention-grabbing bikini pic.|
|Deadline day for Iran nuclear talks dawns with sides far apart on key issues|
|Diplomats tasked with crafting the framework of a permanent agreement on the status of Iran's nuclear program faced a long day and night of talks in Switzerland Wednesday, with no guaranteed of success.|
|Pair who tried to ram NSA gate may have been partying earlier, under influence of drugs|
|Two men dressed as women who tried to ram a stolen car through the gate of the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade Monday may have been partying earlier and under the influence of drugs, law enforcement officials told Fox News.|
|Hotel for Michelle Obama’s Cambodia visit cost $242,500|
Hotel for Michelle O’s Cambodia Visit Cost $242,500
|Virginia hospital on lockdown after prisoner escapes with gun|
|A northern Virginia hospital was placed on lockdown early Tuesday after authorities said a prisoner who was being held there overpowered a guard and escaped with a gun.|
|Powerful 3D-printed rifle fires NATO rounds|
|A group of gunsmiths just 3D printed a bigger, better caliber rifle.|
|Dolly Parton details her marriage to Carl Thomas Dean|
|What’s Dolly Parton’s secret to a happy marriage?|
|Dozens of student loan recipients face default after refusing to pay back money|
|Calling themselves the "Corinthian 100" -- named for the troubled Corinthian Colleges, Inc., which operated Everest College, Heald College and WyoTech before agreeing last summer to sell or close its 100-plus campuses -- about 100 current and former students are refusing to pay back their loans, according to the Debt Collective group behind the strike.|
|Spring break nightmare continues to get worse|
|Panama City Beach councilwoman speaks out on 'Hannity'|
|Shawn Mendes: Taylor Swift 'the best person in the world'|
|Canadian singer/songwriter Sam Mendes was at the iHeartradio Music Awards in Los Angeles Sunday, and he couldn’t say enough good things about his upcoming tour partner, Taylor Swift.|
|Missing Minnesota college student entered river after leaving bar, police say|
|A University of Minnesota Twin Cities student who disappeared Friday after a night out at a popular student bar was seen on surveillance video jumping or falling into the Mississippi River blocks away, police revealed Monday.|
|The real 'Terminator?' Chinese scientists create liquid metal machine|
|It’s the rise of the machines – a Chinese research team has developed shape-shifting, liquid metal machines. No, this isn’t the idea for a new “Terminator” sequel. Scientists from both the Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Tsinghua University’s medical school discovered that their liquid metal is able to “eat” materials and use energy from that to propel itself forward.|
|The most lavish ships on the high seas|
|Here are some of the world’s most lavish and extravagant liners afloat.|
|'Game of Thrones' star Kit Harington: Being called a hunk is ‘demeaning’|
|It’s not often you hear of an actor complaining about being sexually objectified but it seems that the "Game of Thrones" fan base can be rather passionate.|
|Lt. Col. Robert Hite, of 'Doolittle Tokyo Raiders,' dead at 95|
|Lt. Col. Robert Hite, one of the famed World War II "Doolittle Tokyo Raiders," died Sunday at 95.|
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