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Newly retired Yankees captain reveals an online venture for athletes and fans shortly after taking his last at-bat
As the climate warms, more walruses are resting on beaches instead of ice chunks
The suspect and one of the victims were reportedly in the middle of a divorce
Sean Shaynak, Brooklyn, N.Y., teacher, was charged Tuesday with dozens of counts alleging a string of sexual crimes involving six teenage girls
David Kedra, a 26-year-old Pennsylvania State Trooper, died Tuesday after being shot in the chest during training at a gun range. CBS Philadelphia has the story.
The country singer was on hand in Nashville to celebrate the success of a charity designed to put books in the hands of children
$5,000 reward offered for information leading to arrest of intruder at Foster Farms plant near Fresno
Many commuters are used to seeing performers on the platform, just not a world-renowned violinist playing at one of the country's busiest train stations
Could the U.S. have done more to keep Ebola from reaching its shores?; Chris Christie blasts President Obama; views of Obamacare still mixed
Beat Oakland Athletics 9-8 in 12 innings in first postseason appearance in 29 years
There's growing concern among pediatric specialists: an unjustified fear that's possibly causing parents to do more harm than good.
Levette Crespo was questioned by detectives for hours after shooting death of Daniel Crespo; prosecutors will decide whether to file charges against her
Ambulance "decontaminated," officials say, and vehicle and crew quarantined as part of city's efforts to make sure disease doesn't spread
Second Pa. trooper to die this month, after Sept. 12 ambush killing
"It's a small globe," says one Texas man from Sierra Leone, "It was bound to happen"
Was the U.S. government's response to the outbreak in Africa too sluggish?
Mayor Daniel Crespo dies hours after being shot at his suburban Los Angeles home
The first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S. has left many Americans wondering about their own risk; here's what you need to know about the virus and how it spreads
Two Muslim comedians take on new anti-Islam ads running on New York's transit system
Joran Van der Sloot's attorney Maximo Altez says the girl was born Sunday in Lima, Peru - far from the remote prison where van der Sloot is serving a 28-year sentence for murder