Key areas of Washington, D.C., lost power on Tuesday, leaving many government buildings on backup power or in the dark. Homeland Security officials say there is no evidence of malicious activity. Julianna Goldman reports from Washingtion.
A new report says Russia was behind an apparent hack of a White House computer network last year. It exposed sensitive information about President Obama to hackers. Federal agencies are reportedly investigating the breach. Bill Plante reports on the damage from the sophisticated attack.
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Two black candidates win, tripling number of blacks on council of St. Louis suburb torn by strife after Michael Brown shooting
Relatives of Walter Scott, a black man shot and killed by a white police officer in North Charleston, South Carolina, spoke to reporters Tuesday night. His brother, Anthony Scott, addressed the importance of a video of the incident that was recorded by a witness.
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The mayor of North Charleston, South Carolina says a white police officer is under arrest, charged with murder in the shooting death of a black man after a traffic stop. Graphic video from the scene appears to show the officer shooting the man while he's running away; and, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has officially entered the race for the Republican presidential nomination. During his announcement, Paul told a crowd in Louisville it's time to take the GOP in "new direction." Nancy Cordes reports on how Paul is positioning himself for 2016.
A white South Carolina police officer has been charged with murder after fatally shooting a black man who appeared to be running away. A witness recorded the incident on video. Warning: The video contains graphic content.
An opiate painkiller, stronger than Oxycontin and easier to shoot up, is being linked to the outbreak among addicts sharing needles
Strict new measures are being created to enforce water restrictions as homeowners struggle to adapt
Authorities say a Michigan husband and wife stole at least $50,000 from the woman's mother to purchase an arsenal of guns and ammunition
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Judge orders scandalous sex allegations against Prince Andrew and well-known lawyer Alan Dershowitz stricken from court record
The agency worries the volume of U.S. cases could eventually be too great to handle in a traditional way
A former acting general counsel and an ex-station chief will face several charges, according to a judge of the Islamabad High Court
New "Forever" stamp features a quote incorrectly attributed to the late poet and civil rights champion
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Giant reptile estimated to be at least 35 years old and 11 feet long is healthy and now living in a Texas tourist attraction