A Marine shot and killed while on guard duty was likely killed by a "negligent discharge," official says; Marine who fired the shot remains in custody
UMass guard announces he doesn't "want to hide and be someone I'm not"
Auctioneer calls relic the earliest surviving flag representing the 13 original colonies
Westmoreland County Emergency Management spokesman Dan Stevens discusses the latest developments in the stabbing that injured 20 people at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, Penn.
A rat scurrying through a New York City subway car caused passengers to shriek and jump onto their seats.
Division also changes rules about when agents are allowed to drink before duty and on presidential trips
Officials say as many as 20 people were injured in stabbing spree, and four seriously injured; male student suspect, 16, was allegedly armed with two knives
Student seriously injured after rowdy crowd overturns cars, topples light poles near campus
Both were in guard shack at main gate of sprawling N.C. base
Top fierce rival Notre Dame, 79-58, in first championship game between undefeated teams; for second time, join UConn men as champs; set other marks
Angry town residents rebel after shooting of black Lab named Hooch is ruled justified and police officer is allowed to return to work
A three-day summit got under way in Austin, Texas, marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. President Jimmy Carter was the final guest on a day that touched on immigration policy, gay marriage and music. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Teacher is disciplined after running afoul of school's social media policy
A study estimates that 29 percent of mothers do not work outside the home
Pork prices are likely to be 10 percent higher this summer than a year ago
Family of a woman with dementia sues after discovering a racy photograph among her belongings
At a news conference on Tuesday, the Rev. Al Sharpton addressed his role in assisting a joint FBI-NYPD investigation in the 1980s. Sharpton said he was threatened by "music industry goons" years ago and went to the government for protection.
Rev. Al Sharpton says he was threatened by "music industry goons" in the 80s and "did the right thing" by contacting the feds for protection
Katie Francis, 12, of Oklahoma City, Okla., sold 21,477 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, shattering the previous record and gaining national attention in the process. Heather Hope reports.
A landslide was caught on tape in the same area of Washington state where a previous slide killed at least 34 people.