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Court could decide in its upcoming term whether same-sex couples nationwide have the right to marry under the Constitution
If officers in Ferguson and Staten Island had worn cameras, "I expect that neither incident would have ended with a dead body," judge says
Brianna Altice is accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old boy who was in her English class
Group of 5 ran in different directions after encountering bear; they noticed one member was missing when they regrouped
In one of the incidents, a 12-year-old boy was among three people injured in a shooting in the same neighborhood on Friday night
Former NYC mayor says it's "absurd" that disgraced Panamanian dictator is suing over his inclusion in "Call of Duty: Black Ops II"
His $124 million federal civil lawsuit against the city for false imprisonment was set to begin Tuesday
It's been 25 years since crash the crash of US Airways Flight 5050. David Hawthorne celebrates his survival and remembers the terrifying experience. WBTV's Dedrick Russell reports.
KTVA's Charlo Greene was reporting live on the air when she revealed a secret about herself
Lillian Skinner, a senior at Grand Prairie High School near Dallas, was pranked into thinking she was nominated for homecoming court. Two of her best friends were actually nominated, and when one of them was voted queen, she passed the crown to Lillian. CBS Dallas Fort Worth has the story.
Survivalist Eric Frein is "out in those woods right now" and will be brought in, Gov. Corbett said; 10-day manhunt may be winding down
Trio were last seen at mall in Cape Cod and had been part of large, multinational training exercise
Jill Tarlov, mother of two, who was struck by a cyclist last Thursday in New York's Central Park, passed away over the weekend
They were taking part in joint training exercise; no indication they're dangerous, military officials say
Latest allegations in Ray Rice case -- about who knew what, when -- have NFL and Baltimore Ravens playing defense once again
American Airlines flights to Buenos Aires and to Fresno, Calif. turn back and land within two minutes of each other, the carrier says
48 others hurt, several critically; bus was heading to New York from Washington, D.C.
Virginia State Police have issued warrants for the man on reckless driving charges, but officials also want to ask him about Hannah Graham
After a breach in which a man jumped over the White House gate, the U.S. Secret Service is contemplating checkpoints for nearby public areas
The 38-foot vessel burst into flames after it had completed fueling, officials say