Brazilian police insist the four American swimmer's weren't robbed at gunpoint, but now their version of events is being questioned
New findings in investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on doctors who engage in sexual misconduct with patients
New report shows donors to the Clinton Foundation had special access to Clinton when she was secretary of state
Kimberly Harvill was found dead in early August with head trauma; her half-sister and a known criminal are now being sought for questioning
18-year-old David Becker was originally charged with two counts of rape, but a judge decided to give him two years of probation
A devastating earthquake strikes Italy's picturesque Umbria region, leaving dozens dead and missing, and Trump signals a change of course on immigrants
The dead fish have completely surrounded many boats in the marina; peanut bunker fish believed to have died due to low oxygen levels
Host of “America’s Got Talent” and “Wild ‘n Out” says in a statement that he “decided to obtain my first college degree from an institution that had a proven legacy of producing great minds”
Authorities say three people are critically injured after a taxi jumped a curb and plowed into an advertising kiosk and a shoeshine stand at a busy corner in downtown San Francisco
The life expectancy for Asian elephants in captivity is about 42 years; elephant named Ranchipur was the second-oldest of the elephants at the zoo
8/23: Mike Pence on Donald Trump's immigration policy; face transplant recipient thriving one year after surgery
Donald Trump is re-tooling his controversial immigration policy, which included a vow to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants; Mississippi firefighter Patrick Hardison's life changed in 2001 when the roof of a burning house collapsed on him
Once again, a judge's sentence in a sexual assault case is being questioned. David Becker will not spend any time behind bars after he was accused of sexually assaulting two young women. Michelle Miller reports.
Mississippi firefighter Patrick Hardison's life changed in 2001 when the roof of a burning house collapsed on him. For 14 years, he battled pain, stares and a loss of hope -- until he got a face transplant in August of 2015. Dr. Jon LaPook spoke with Hardison about how his life has changed since then.
Several members of Congress are demanding to know why the price of EpiPens has skyrocketed by 500 percent. The devices deliver a life-saving injection for people with severe allergies. Vinita Nair spoke with a former pharmaceutical exec who faced similar criticism last year.
Firefighter Pat Hardison suffered severe burns in 2001. One year ago, he took a chance that has changed his life
The FBI is now investigating a gruesome stabbing at an apartment complex in Roanoke, Virginia as a possible act of terror. Twenty-year-old Wassil Farooqui has been charged in the attack. Chip Reid reports.
President Obama walked through a devastated neighborhood in Zachary, Louisiana on Tuesday. He urged victims to apply for federal aid while acknowledging a full recovery will require more effort. Manuel Bojorquez has the latest.
In Miami Beach, city sanitation crews are vacuuming standing water, which is a breeding ground for Zika-carrying mosquitoes. This comes as officials are now trying to determine if there is a third hot spot in Florida. David Begnaud has more.
Donald Trump routinely calls Hillary Clinton a criminal, but this week he is adding a new crime to the list: racketeering. He claims donors to the Clinton family's charity got special treatment by the Clinton State Department. Nancy Cordes has more.
Donald Trump is re-tooling his controversial immigration policy, which included a vow to deport 11 million undocumented immigrants. So what's the plan that everyone's waiting to hear? Major Garrett asked Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.