The Meitiv parents practice what they call "free-range" parenting, which they claim builds independence. Child protective services held their 10- and 6-year-old children for hours after they were spotted playing alone in a park Sunday. As Chip Reid reports, this is the third time the parents have come under fire for letting their children walk around unsupervised.
In Oklahoma, a graphic video from a body camera shows the deadly shooting of Eric Harris, an unarmed black man and convicted felon. Police brought in by the Tulsa County Sheriff's Department are investigating. They say an unpaid volunteer reserve deputy, Robert Bates, meant to use a taser, but fired his gun instead. Elaine Quijano reports on why police filed no charges.
South Carolina officials are considering more charges in the deadly police shooting of Walter Scott. A disturbing video captured the moment Scott was gunned down after a routine traffic stop. Despite quick action in charging former officer Michael Slager, there are still lingering questions about whether other officers on the scene did everything they could to save Scott's life. Vicente Arenas reports.
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Bay County, Florida, sheriff told reporters he's seen many spring break excesses over the years, but this left him disgusted
Questions remain whether other officers on scene did everything they could to save Walter Scott's life as new dash cam audio emerges
A 21-year-old man who is quadriplegic and has cerebral palsy was found lying in leaves and covered with a blanket next to a wheelchair and Bible while his mother left town
Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made it official on Sunday that she is running for president in 2016 in a 2-minute video; and, it's a place to meet, woman to woman, to renew their faith. The first women-only mosque is here in the U.S.
The passenger of a sports car at the attraction died when it hit a guardrail; the driver was inured
It's a place to meet, woman to woman, to renew their faith. The first women-only mosque is here in the U.S. Omar Villafranca reports.
This spring, the housing market could see a surge of so-called "boomerang buyers," those who lost their homes to foreclosure, but are ready to buy again. Jill Schlesinger explains what this means.
Comedian Amy Schumer, the host of this year's MTV Movie Awards, started out the evening by cracking jokes about how this was the "coolest award show."
There has been another fatal shooting of an African-American suspect by a white police officer. This time, it involved a 73-year-old Tulsa, Oklahoma, insurance executive who was moonlighting as a reserve deputy. Don Dahler reports.
Police in Panama City, Florida, say spring break this year has been out of control and dangerous. Two Troy University students were arrested over an apparent gang rape caught on video. Jericka Duncan reports.
After the body of 10-year-old Barway Collins was found in the Mississipi River in Crystal, Minn., evidence points to a family member
The 21-year-old led wire-to-wire, and put on a performance for the ages in Augusta; Phil Mickelson's late rally fails to catch him
Hillary Clinton's campaign team rolled out the beginning of her run for president. John Dickerson reports on what her biggest challenge will be.
Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made it official on Sunday that she is running for president in 2016 in a 2-minute video. Nancy Cordes reports from Iowa on the details of her announcement.
A witness says the small private plane went down after losing power Sunday afternoon near the Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport
An investigation is underway in the case of a reserve deputy who shot a man to death, possibly mistaking his firearm for his taser