John Adams didn't think July 4 was the right day to commemorate the start of our nation
Father had taken his three kids for target practice at a Florida gun range when tragedy struck
Victims were shot, stabbed and beaten as series of fights broke out among a group renting out the club for a private party, officials say
America celebrates July 4th with a bang
An inside look at one of America's supercarriers
A police sergeant responded to a call of a girl hit by lightning, and after getting the girl to EMS, he also was struck
Family says the girl -- not realizing a firework was lit -- picked it up when it somehow ended up next to her
Protesters are demanding answers and action over a toxic mess in Florida sparking health concerns and affecting holiday plans. A poisonous algae bloom is plaguing four Florida counties. At least one beach along the coast is closed. Omar Villafranca reports.
Investigators are trying to figure out how an explosive ended up in New York City's Central Park. A teenager lost part of his leg after stepping on the apparent homemade device. Officials do not believe the incident is connected to terrorism. Jericka Duncan reports.
Baseball game unlike any other played on sprawling Army base; Miami Marlins-Atlanta Braves contest just one of many attractions
Deputies say shooting was accidental; range stresses teaching young shooters gun safety
Some blame state politicians who allowed oolluted water to be released from Lake Okeechobee
"This is really the double tragedy of it, not only the loss of someone who was so rare and unusual but the fact that those ranks are thinning out," rabbi says
Mini-van driver failed to heed police traffic stop, then tried to get past Wing Fest barricade, swerving toward officer before being shot
Little-known report quietly declassified amid clamor to release 28 pages of a congressional inquiry into Sept. 11 attack
Two masked men allegedly entered home and fired several shots from a BB gun at sleeping victim, who then grabbed machete and started swinging
7/3: More than 100 killed in Baghdad Ramadan bombings; Meet the family behind America's famous fireworks
A suicide truck bomb in Baghdad left at least 115 people dead and more than 200 ahead of the holiday marking the end of Ramadan; The pyrotechnic musical we've all come to expect in a Fourth of July celebration was pioneered by the Souza family
An increasing number of American farmers are using a high-tech tool to make their jobs a little easier. Drones are being put to work by a New Jersey cranberry farmer. Jamie Yuccas has more.
The pyrotechnic musical we've all come to expect in a Fourth of July celebration was pioneered by the Souza family. Carter Evans introduces us to the family of immigrants who became a fireworks dynasty.
In a Washington, D.C. church, Muslims and Christians have found a common bond. The church hosts Muslim prayers, attracting hundreds of worshipers each week. Anna Werner has more.