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North Carolina high school teacher says he has been placed on leave after students say he stepped on an American flag as part of a history lesson
The plane crashed shortly after taking off from Beale Air Force Base on a training mission
Florida wildlife officials say they’ve captured and killed an alligator believed to have attacked a homeless man who was swimming in a river
Officers said they were searching for a person with an outstanding warrant when they saw a person get out of a vehicle with a firearm
Ahmad Khan Rahami's father says he warned police two years ago that his son might be a terrorist; Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are Oscar winners, humanitarians, and parents to six children
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are Oscar winners, humanitarians, and parents to six children. But after 12 years together, Jolie shocked Hollywood by filing for divorce from Pitt. Carter Evans has more.
Federal officials say the man charged with planting explosives in NYC and N.J., bought bomb ingredients on eBay and wrote “Death To Your OPPRESSION” in a journal
AAA estimates Americans wasted $2.1 billion in the last year on the wrong gas. Many use premium instead of regular gas because they think it is better for their engine. But the new study shows there is no benefit from the more expensive fuel. Kris Van Cleave has more.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf apologized Tuesday for a growing scandal, where bank employees opened millions of accounts in customers' names without telling them. But his apology did little to curb the criticism and questioning he faced on Captiol Hill. John Blackstone reports.
Fuel supplies in at least five states are threatened by a gasoline pipeline spill in Alabama. The pipeline runs from Texas to New Jersey, supplying the East Coast with 40 percent of its fuel. Now, gas prices are reflecting the damage. David Begnaud has the latest.
Donald Trump is facing tough questions about whether his charity, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, used more than $250,000 of other people's money to settle lawsuits against his businesses. The process is known as self-dealing, and it could violate laws governing charity activities. Major Garrett reports.
With seven weeks left, Hillary Clinton's campaign is working to ease the worries of her donors and supporters. Tighter poll numbers between Donald Trump and Clinton have her team busy spelling out her path to the presidency. Nancy Cordes reports.
Authorities have charged Ahmad Khan Rahami with several offenses, including use of a weapon of mass destruction and bombing a place of public use
The suspect in New York and New Jersey bombings lived with his family above their chicken restaurant in Elizabeth, New Jersey. As a teenager, he and a girlfriend had a child, and he met and married another woman in his early 20s during trips to Afghanistan and Pakistan. Anna Werner has reports.
Ahmad Khan Rahami's father says he warned police two years ago that his son might be a terrorist. Rahami is now accused of setting off bombs in New York City and New Jersey. A notebook authorities found after a shootout on Monday is providing clues about Rahami's thinking. Jeff Pegues has the details.
24-year-old's surprise reunion with Ohio police officer was caught on camera
More details are coming to light about the suspected New York and New Jersey bomber's past
Chairman of Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential bid sentenced to probation and home confinement for scheme to cover up campaign payments to former Iowa state senator who agreed to endorse their boss
Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and more compare Peter Sarsgaard's mining tycoon bad guy to the GOP nominee.
The "Training Day" actor and director head to the Wild West for their latest collaboration.