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Statue of Liberty's Crown Reopens to Public July 4

The Statue of Liberty's crown reopens to the public July 4.

Worst Celebrity Death Hoaxes

Oprah Winfrey and William Hung are just two celebs who've been the targets of wild death hoaxes

Cash-Strapped L.A. Struggles to Host Jackson Memorial

Michael Jackson's memorial service on Tuesday is expected to jam tens of thousands of fans into downtown Los Angeles, but it's also creating a monumental problem for the cash-strapped city.

Authorities Search for 4 Missing Fishermen on Lake Erie

The U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian authorities are scouring Lake Erie for four fishermen whose 19-foot boat sailed from a Michigan park a day earlier.

Iran Cleric Says British Embassy Staff to Be Tried

A top Iranian cleric said Friday that some of the detained Iranian staffers of the British Embassy in Tehran will be put on trial, and he accused Britain of a role in instigating widespread protests that erupted over the country's disputed election.

Sketch Released of Suspected Serial Killer in 4 Murders

Police released a sketch Friday of the serial killer on the loose who they believe murdered four people in six days in rural South Carolina.

Standoff With Gunman Barricaded in Detroit Hotel Ends

A standoff with a gunman who barricaded himself in a room at a Detroit airport hotel ended peacefully after he turned himself in to police Friday morning, FOX's WJBK-TV reported.

Colorado Man Eyed in 100 Burglaries Since 2007

Colorado Springs police say a man who walked away from a work-release program in 2007 may have commited more than 100 burglaries since then.

Rabbit-Obsessed Woman Hops Back to Jail After Hotel Find

An Oregon woman obsessed with bunnies has been ordered back behind bars after police found her in a hotel room with more than a dozen rabbits.

6.0-Magnitude Quake in Gulf of California Rattles Mexico

A 6.0-magnitude earthquake rattled western Mexico Friday, with no immediate reports of injuries or damage, Reuters reported.