- Coordinated bomb blasts kill worshippers in Iraqi capital
- U.S.: Direct talks with Taliban to begin Thursday
- After public hearings, DHEC sticks with its suggestion on food stamp restrictions
- Spymasters say 50 terror plots stopped by secret surveillance programs
- Senator says GOP needs to back immigration bill [Charleston Daily Mail (WV)]
- DOD readies service-by-service plan for women in combat
- Afghan forces take over responsibility for security from NATO
- FBI search team focuses on spot K9 flagged in Hoffa search
- Boehner: Immigration reform must pass with House GOP majority
- Immigration reform would save $897B, CBO says
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News Story of the Day
Updated Jun 18, 08:09 PM
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson's personal chef described for jurors the home lives of the children during the final months of the singer's life and their ongoing grief over their father's death nearly four years ago.
Gone are the freewheeling days when the children, Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson played with their father and traded jokes at the dinner table, chef Kai Chase told jurors Tuesday.
Chase recounted for jurors her interactions with Jackson, his children and her ongoing work with the singer's mother and children for jurors hearing Katherine Jackson's negligent hiring case against concert promoter AEG Live LLC. The company denies all wrongdoing.
Sports Story of the Day
Updated Jun 18, 08:44 PM
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent back surgery on Tuesday, his fifth operation this year.
The operation performed by Dr. Robert Watkins was successful, said Drew Rosenhaus, Gronkowski's agent.
On May 20, the Patriots star had his fourth surgery on the left forearm that he broke on Nov. 18 while blocking for an extra point in a 59-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts.
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