In the finale of a documentary about his links to three killings, Robert Durst says, apparently to himself, that he "killed them all."
Suspect Jeffrey Williams, 20, tells authorities he was firing at someone with whom he was in a dispute.
As parliamentary elections near, the prime minister finds himself at a fateful crossroads: Make history by becoming one of the country's longest-serving leaders, or become history.
Two weeks out from a deadline for a framework accord, negotiators might settle for an announcement that they've made enough progress to justify further talks.
Kentucky earns top spot to start the NCAA basketball tournament, while UCLA, Texas, Duke, Villanova and Wisconsin also make the cut.
Baldwin Lonsdale tells The AP that six people were confirmed dead and 30 injured from a "monster" that destroyed or damaged 90 percent of the buildings in the capital.
A reality show called "It's Not a Dream" transforms the darkest episode in the country's history into one of the modern world's rawest forms of entertainment.
The country's smokers now either import high-potency gourmet weed from the U.S., or grow it in secret gardens that use techniques perfected abroad.
Mobile devices and social networking are keeping the millennial generation more engaged with the broader world than previously thought, a survey finds.
Scientists suspect that warmer waters push prime foods further north, forcing the mothers to abandon their babies for up to eight days at a time in search of sustenance.