A California cemetery has begun performing funerals on the roof of its mausoleum; that has residents of a neighboring condo angry enough to wake the dead
Tom Morgan creates the Holy Grail of fishing rods, but he hasn't been able to fish in 20 years
What Emory University Hospital is doing to make sure two Americans stricken with the deadly virus are treated safely
A rare set of quintuplets born in March in Dallas were cleared to go home with their family, doctors say
But president says Americans should not be too "sanctimonious" about passing judgment
A jury found a Florida man guilty of first-degree-murder after throwing a 3-month-old boy out of a moving car onto a highway, killing the baby instantly
NFL commissioner says Ravens star made "horrible mistake" but calls punishment "consistent with other cases"
Kerry denounces as "outrageous" deadly militant attack as U.N. chief urges both sides "to show maximum restraint"
Peanut Corp. of America also shipped products without waiting for microbiological testing, federal prosecutor says
Attorney General Eric Holder says statistical predictions of future behavior that can be unfair to minorities
Cell phone footage shows a plane bursting into flames after it crashed into a Costco parking lot in Kearny Mesa, California. Two rescue workers suffered burns in an attempt to rescue the passenger inside.
Mother of boy says the otter stood on its hind legs and looked at them as if to say, "Don't come in here"
Valbona Lucaj, 44, and husband Sebastiano Quagliata, 45, are charged with second-degree murder and possessing a dangerous animal causing death in the July 23 incident
Jaime Melgar was found tied up and stabbed to death in a closet at his home; his wife, Sandra, was found bound and alive in the other room - now she's accused of killing him
The alleged murder-suicide attempted in Chicago's Financial District put many workers in the busy area on edge. Vince Gerasole of WBBM-TV reports on their reactions to the violence.
State has been changing its tune on illegal immigration since Democrats, Republicans passed package of laws cracking down on it in 2006
A water main that exploded, flooding the UCLA campus and areas of Westwood, will take much longer than expected to repair. Special fittings need to be made to connect new sections of pipe and crews will need to make the work area safe before making the repairs. Randy Paige reports.
Authorities say tampering limited to one Ill. Stop 'n Shop
Police say spelling, grammar and punctuation matter to man wanted in numerous Denver bank robberies
Authorities remain worried blaze could make move toward rare grove of giant sequoias