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Two suspected burglars lead L.A. police on a wild high-speed highway and foot chase.
It started yesterday afternoon, as cops searched for two burglary suspects.
Police chased a Lexus, hitting a hundred miles per hour at times, on several freeways and residential areas.
Then the car eventually slowed down and a woman hopped out of the driver's side and ran through an apartment complex.
There was also a male suspect inside the car.
Both ended up in handcuffs when it was all over.
Miss Delaware Teen USA suddenly resigns, amid speculation and published reports she made a sex tape.
Melissa King's attorney told pageant officials the 18-year-old was stepping down Tuesday after a pornographic video surfaced online that claims to feature King.
She denies the accusation.
A rep for the pageant says the Miss Delaware Teen USA runner up would take King's place.
Millions of dollars worth of gold coins stocked away in a Nevada man's garage were auctioned off Tuesday.
The reclusive man passed away last year, leaving the fortune behind.
Experts say he was one of the largest holders of gold coins in the country.
Half of the coins were auctioned off, bringing in $3.5 million dollars.
The deceased man's cousin will get all the profits.
The remaining coins will be sold later this year.
Folks in the Midwest are in recovery mode from a massive winter storm.
Several accidents are being blamed on the severe weather.
The National Weather Service is calling it historic.
A tanker truck was no match for the slippery roads the snow and freezing temperatures delivered.
Troopers say the driver was going too fast.
No materials were inside the tanker and the driver managed to walk away with minor injuries.
On his last day in the papacy Pope Benedict XVI held his final audience today at the Vatican.
Tens of thousands crowded into Saint Peter's Square to see the pontiff one last time.
On Thursday morning Pope Benedict will meet with the Cardinals.
He will then ride a helicopter to his summer home near Rome and at 8 p.m. local time his papacy will end.
He will keep the name "Benedict" but will have to give up his distinctive red shoes.
As for his replacement, as soon as Monday, Cardinals will begin the process of electing a new pope.