Attorney Robert Vogt
said this kind of lawsuit is "extremely rare" because it's often hard
to prove where the victim contracted the STD.
A severed human hand and foot sent to two Vancouver schools are linked to a grisly killing and dismemberment in Montreal, police said Wednesday.
A California company says it's created technology that could make keyboard keys rise out of the touchscreen on a smartphone, tablet or other device, then disappear when you were done with them.
A Dutch artist is creating quite a stir by using his dead cat in a controversial art project. His cat didn't have nine lives, but definitely has two. Find out why on the other side of the break.
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At 18, Taylor Wilson has probably accomplished more than most people will in a lifetime.
The Vatican denies there's a connection, but its reprimand of an influential American nun, at a moment when the Holy See is already engaged in an intense fight with most American nuns, sends a clear message: The Catholic Church's leaders think America's nuns have gone rogue and must be reined in.
The Sesame Workshop was "dismayed" to find out today that a $20 million U.S. program to beam Elmo and his pals in Pakistan has been halted because of allegations of fraud and abuse.
911 tapes from Miami "zombie attack" released.
While other drugs couldn't shrink Bridget Spence's cancer, she said T-DM1 did, and kept it at bay for nine months.
One person was killed and seven others injured Saturday when shots were fired at the Eaton Centre shopping mall in Toronto, police said.
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The largest wildfire in New Mexico's history continued to burn almost uncontrollably Saturday
George Zimmerman, who faces second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin, has until Sunday afternoon to surrender to authorities after a judge revoked his bond for misleading the court about his finances.
Netflix jumped to No. 1 in market share on a revenue basis, as subscription video soared in popularity -- an area where Apple is missing out.
In a press release sent around to reporters that cover the wireless sector, Verizon Wireless announced a new technology called "Viewdini."
Amazon is one of many companies that pay Facebook to generate these automated ads when a user clicks to "like" their brands or references them in some other way.
"If God brought lawsuits, Stephen King would face a charge of plagiarism," says J.M. Rawbone, an English horror novelist who has written an essay about the Christian themes in "The Stand."
Thousands gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square, and at almost 3 a.m. were still chanting that the revolution is back and the military government needs to go, creating speculation that the Arab Spring has returned.
A teenager is in custody after police in Campbellsport, Wis., determined he was the person responsible for firing an arrow that accidentally hit a 7-year-old girl in the back.
ABC NEWS--Rumors of the next iPhone have picked up significant steam this week thanks to the technology blog 9to5Mac. The site has gotten hold of a purported photo of the next iPhone, and has shared details on the enlarged screen size and improved internals.
On the 75th anniversary of Amelia Earhart's departure on her doomed around-the-world flight, the intrepid pilot is in the news again with a group of researchers touting a find they say puts them on the precipice of solving one of history's greatest mysteries.
CNN--The mother of Rudy Eugene, who was shot and killed by a police officer as he chewed the face off a homeless man in Miami, says her son was "a nice kid" who could have been subdued with a Taser rather than gunfire.
News outlet Al Jazeera reports that back in 2003, "Sesame Street" tunes were used to "torture" prisoners here at Guantanamo Bay.
(CNN) -- One of the main suspects in the killings of 49 people in northern Mexico received orders from the top leaders of the Zetas cartel, a military official said Monday.