Authorities in Maryland say fatalities have dropped 30 percent since they started using checklist
Samantha Power just returned from a visit to the countries worst-affected by Ebola
Authorities say a defendant broke free after his hearing in a Cook County, Ill. courtroom and attacked the judge
The best images from the week's news, Oct. 24 - Oct. 31, 2014
Legislative debate over legal definition of Tennessee whiskey has done little to mellow dispute between two global liquor giants
Crystal Hope Lowery and Arron Lewis, whom she filed for divorce from on Oct. 17, both face murder and kidnapping charges in the September death of Beverly Carter
Ray Tonkin, the district attorney prosecuting alleged cop killer Eric Frein, spoke in front of the Pike County, Pa., courthouse Friday after an arraignment hearing. Frein was charged with murder, attempted murder and numerous other crimes connected to the September shooting death of a state trooper.
Super fans of the famous cartoon cat gather in California
Some say abandoned village with 62 acres of pristine New England real estate is haunted
Tampa woman in a coma for several weeks gives birth to a healthy baby girl by C-section
10 miles from town being menaced by stream of lava, there's another town that was almost swallowed by molten rock 30 years ago
A man attempting a BASE jump jot stuck on a TV tower for two hours Thursday night in Missouri. He was not injured.
For weeks, the sale of a ghost town generated hype and fear about its future. The village of Johnsonville died along with its owner 20 years ago. Some say the remains are haunted by the man. Michelle Miller takes a look at the town's past and what many hope could breathe new life into the area.
A family that lives within walking distance from where accused cop killer Eric Frein was found reacts to his capture
A report by investigative journalism group ProPublica and NPR found that the Red Cross may have misused resources during its responses to Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Isaac. According to the report, the organization used its vehicles for promotional purposes rather than its actual response to the disasters. Vinita Nair reports.
More than 400 law enforcement agencies now have a simple but effective tool to save lives in domestic violence cases. It's a checklist of questions to ask victims. In Maryland, deaths dropped 30 percent. Anna Werner reports.
After weeks of tension and turmoil, survivalist sought in deadly attack on state trooper barracks meekly surrenders to U.S. marshals
A 10-inch- drill bit punched through the subway tunnel and broke some of the train's windows. Some 800 riders were on board at the time, but all of the passengers got out safely. Gayle King reports.
A river of lava threatens to block the main road into the village of Pahoa. Dozens of people who could lose their homes don't know when to get out. Carter Evans reports.
A manhunt is underway in Washington for yet another suspect in an ax attack on police. The officer was injured while trying to disarm the ax-wielding man. Norah O'Donnell reports.