After revelation of failed operation to free hostages, another attempt may prove difficult
Pontiff offers condolence to family of American journalist beheaded by ISIS militants; family plans "healing" Mass to pray for peace
The Archbishop of Oklahoma City files a lawsuit against a Satanic Priest to stop a Black Mass inside the Civic Center's City Space Theater. KWTV's Steve Shaw reports.
A 17-year-old student at Dyer County High School wound up at odds with her teacher and principal over simple gesture
Police say the intruders, who face up to a year in prison, wanted to explore the basketball star's house
Archdiocese of Cincinnati opposes ALS Association's funding of embryonic stem cell research; U.S. diplomats banned due to ethics rules
A college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded guilty to impeding the investigation into the deadly attack
Archbishop Paul Coakley accuses satanic group of unlawfully obtaining item from church to be used in Mass
Gov. Jay Nixon says they've effectively protected the city while other agencies worked to restore trust between law enforcement and residents
Angela Brown calls the cannabis oil a lifesaver for her 15-year-old son who suffered a traumatic brain injury three years ago
Breastfeeding moms and their supporters staged a "nurse-in" on Wednesday outside of a Beverly Hills Anthropologie store. The protesters were upset that store officials had asked a mom to breastfeed her child in the store bathroom. KCAL-TV's Kristine Lazar reports.
Rebecca Tripp suffered a spinal-cord injury six years ago and thought her goals of being a field biologist were shot. But the California Academy of Science actively recruits disabled students for summer research programs, allowing Rebecca, and her wheelchair, to climb trees and pursue her dream. KPIX's Elizabeth Cook reports.
Cory Tschogel returns to her Palm Springs, California, condo for the first time since renting it to squatters Maksym Pashanin and his brother in May. The brothers had discovered a loophole in California tenant law. NESQ's Samantha Cortese reports.
Protesters armed with assault rifles called for an end to police shootings while also advocating self-defense. Calling themselves the Huey P. Newton Gun Club, the protesters marched through south Dallas and even stopped in a local eatery for drinks and pictures. KTVT's Robbie Owens reports.
A common courtesy with religious implications, student Kendra Turner's saying "bless you" to a classmate who sneezed landed her in an in-school suspension. The newly enrolled senior at Dyer County High School, who admits to breaking a classroom rule by using a religious saying, believes the rule violated her First Amendment rights. WBBJ's Dan Lampariello reports.
Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, who were infected with deadly virus, recover after being in hospital's isolation unit for nearly 3 weeks
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder called the Justice Department's settlement with Bank of America a "historic step forward" in protecting the American public from financial fraud. The deal is the largest government settlement stemming from the 2008 financial meltdown.
Three separate autopsies provide clues but cannot answer some of the most crucial questions about police shooting
American doctor who got Ebola in Liberia has recovered in Atlanta; Americans grade president's handling of Ferguson tensions; and beware hidden checking account fees
While the protests continue, those unaffiliated with the demonstrations are trying to go on with their lives