Texas family recovering after couple was hit by lightning over the weekend
The popularity of the cable rides have become an almost necessary addition to lure tourists in the 21st century
Uncontrolled blaze across 47 square miles threatening 34,000 homes; historic Route 66, including a famous diner, getting scorched
Fires force thousands to evacuate
Family alleging school authorities forced the boy to say he was a member of ISIS and that he was planning to blow up the school’s fence
Two children injured every hour in strollers and other child carriers; brain-related injuries have doubled since 1990, according to data
Sylville K. Smith was killed in police shooting that sparked two nights of violence in Milwaukee
Police investigating threats against officers in wake of fatal shooting of black man over weekend
Throwback Thursday: A look back in history on August
Fire breaks out in engine room of ship that runs between Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic
Austin Harrouff allegedly stormed out of a family dinner, and went right to murdering a couple; 19-year-old suspect now in "life-threatening" condition
An online campaign is challenging Internet users to get physical. Called the "22 Pushup Challenge," it has thousands of people around the country working their arms. Jim Axelrod reports why these videos are not so much a show of strength, but an act of compassion.
Arlington Fire Commissioners Board says the flags are a “liability during normal operations for our people and other motorists"
Joseph Spears escaped from Mississippi youth detention center in 1973 and was never seen again
Talk show host said Tuesday on Twitter that she’s “highly aware of the racism that exists in our country”
One apartment complex appears to be the focal point; officials worry the strong batch could make its way to the capital before long
People in southern Louisiana are beginning to salvage what they can after catastrophic flooding. The death toll has climbed to 11, and at least 40,000 homes have been damaged. The number of people rescued from the rising water has jumped to 30,000. Omar Villafranca reports from Sorrento, south of Baton Rouge.
A dangerous new wildfire in Southern California has exploded in size and now affects more than 80,000 people. The Blue Cut fire covers around 18,000 acres east of Los Angeles. The fire is zero percent contained. Carter Evans reports from Phelan, about 45 miles from Los Angeles.
At least 11 dead, tens of thousands displaced, uncertainty over number of missing, massive cleanup starting and now, some looting
Aly Raisman's parents have spent much of the past two decades living as gym rats, so it should come as no surprise that they watch every flip jump and twist with nervous anticipation