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Robert Durst, real estate heir convicted of murder, dies

Robert Durst, the wealthy New York real estate heir and failed fugitive who was dogged for decades with suspicion in the disappearance and deaths of those around him before he was convicted of killing his best friend and sentenced to life in prison, has died. He was 78.

Pilot rescued from wreckage in LA moments before train hits

The pilot of a small plane averted death twice in under five minutes on Sunday, first when he crash-landed onto railroad tracks, then when Los Angeles police rescued him just before a commuter train smashed into the aircraft.

Oscar winner and groundbreaking star Sidney Poitier dies

Sidney Poitier, the groundbreaking actor and enduring inspiration who transformed how Black people were portrayed on screen, became the first Black actor to win an Academy Award for best lead performance and the first to be a top box-office draw, has died. He was 94.

What to watch for when the Seahawks take on the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15

Seattle’s visit to Los Angeles to play the Rams, suddenly somewhat overshadowed by the move of the game to Tuesday afternoon, isn’t the NFC West title showdown the Seahawks hoped it would be when the schedule was released last spring — or that it was last December when the Seahawks beat the Rams at Lumen Field to claim the divisional crown.

Athlete turned music artist Liz Cooper is giving ‘Hot Sass’

Liz Cooper isn't the first collegiate athlete turned professional musician. Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line played baseball for Florida State University, violinist Vanessa Mae was an Olympic skier, and Billy Joel competed in Golden Gloves. Cooper, 29, earned a golf scholarship at Towson State University.