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Torrent of rain washes over San Antonio area; residents post photos of damaged high school
On November 1, 1863, future fountain pen magnate George S. Parker was born in Shullsburg, Wis.
A Waco police official confirmed that the video does appear to be the evidence they collected at the scene, but said their office did not release it
The military is working to remove the wreckage of a blimp that crash landed in rural Pennsylvania
Owen Labrie will spend one year in jail for a statutory rape conviction
"CBS This Morning" marks a significant milestone, Senators pass a comprehensive budget deal, and we look at the wide range of rules for police in classrooms
Other students with cell phones recorded the disturbing, violent confrontation Thursday in the back of the crowded bus
More than 100 people had to evacuate a Boeing 767 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport
State troopers and a U.S. Marshal shot and killed fugitive Floyd Ray Cook in an exchange of gunfire
Students on crowded Iowa bus captured the violent confrontation on their cellphones
Floyd Ray Cook, 62-year-old convicted rapist and robber, had been on the run since allegedly shooting at officers in two states
Kansas City Royals second baseman Ben Zobrist is on baby watch going into game three of the World Series
A football coach in Washington has been placed on paid leave for continuing to pray before public high school games
The World Health Organization says two thirds of those under 50 have herpes simplex-1, and as many as 90% of people have herpes in some populations
After a police officer defused a scuffle among teens in Washington, D.C., she challenged one of the fighters to a different kind of battle
Philadelphia's police union is the latest after the LAPD and NYPD to boycott director Quentin Tarantino for controversial remarks made at an anti-police violence rally.
Eastern Oregon girl is believed to have acquired the disease from a flea bite during a hunting trip, officials say
Dr. Walter S. Graf so-called "Heart Car" helped jump start "a movement that has been responsible for saving innumerable lives worldwide"
Jerry Correll put to death nearly three decades after being convicted of killing four people, including his 5-year-old daughter
Women were fully clothed and appeared to be in their 20s; police release sketch of suspect