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NEW YORK (Reuters) - A newborn with his umbilical cord still attached was found lying in a manger at a New York church, police said on Tuesday.

LONDON (Reuters) - A British woman who tried to kill her husband by poisoning his Christmas drink of sparkling fruit wine with anti-freeze was jailed for 15 years on Monday after being undone by a spelling mistake and a trail of text messages.

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Houston-area police have arrested a man dubbed the "Cookie Monster" robber who is suspected in holdups at more than 30 fast-food restaurants, often demanding that a cookie be handed over along with the cash, authorities said on Friday.

ROME (Reuters) - Italian investigators have seized 221 toy trains and 126 boxes of collectible stamps from a person suspected of buying them with money amassed through bribes, a finance police document showed on Friday.

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The co-founder of a Singapore church and five other leaders were sentenced to jail terms of up to eight years on Friday, for fraudulently diverting millions of dollars to support his wife's pop singing career.

(Reuters) - The University of North Dakota said on Wednesday it will adopt the "Fighting Hawks" as its new nickname after retiring the "Fighting Sioux," which was banned under a national college sports policy that deemed such names and symbols racially offensive.

(Reuters) - Two zebras broke free from a circus in Philadelphia on Sunday, bringing traffic to a crawl as they roamed city streets for about an hour and strolled past customers inside a fitness center, authorities said.

(Reuters) - A 25-year-old man who applied for a job at a Michigan sheriff’s department was arrested after a background check revealed he was wanted in Kentucky on sexual assault charges, officials said on Friday.

JAKARTA (Reuters) - When Indonesia's anti-drugs czar announced plans to guard a death-row prison island with crocodiles, the government rushed to explain that it was just a joke, but on Friday Budi Waseso said he was now thinking of using tigers and piranha fish too.

LONDON (Reuters) - From a dog skate-boarding through a tunnel of human legs to a man holding lit candles in his mouth, people around the world have been marking Guinness World Records Day with a range of quirky feats.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - George Clooney, Johnny Depp and Zac Efron may be among the brightest stars in H...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The lesbian romance "Carol" led the field for Film Independent's Spirit Awar...
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor John Stamos pleaded no contest on Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of d...
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has agreed to suspend visa requirements for...
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Formula One manufacturers have agreed to come up with a plan to reduce the cos...
OAKLAND (Reuters) - The Golden State Warriors registered the best start in NBA history with their 16...
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