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Vice President Joe Biden spoke before the start of the Detroit, Michigan parade alongside state and national labor leaders. He emphasized the correlation between the strength of unions and that of the middle class.
A Colorado woman looked down to check her phone while driving, crashed into a guard rail and was impaled by a thick pole. The mother of two survived the crash and is now spreading the word about the dangers of texting while driving.
Andy Rudenko couldn't find a tree large enough to construct a fort, so he developed a 3-D printer and built a castle. WCCO's Bill Hudson reports.
Openly gay player may get job offer from Montreal Alouettes if he doesn't find a landing spot in the NFL
Settlement covers a substantial portion of plaintiff claims arising from largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history
More than one million people descended on Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighbor for the annual West Indian Day parade
Delta Air Lines flight diverted to Jacksonville after woman allegedly became enraged by passenger in front of her
Another 37 people were injured in shootings over the long holiday weekend
Driver of 18-wheeler in serious condition after his truck jackknifes, spilling dozens of cases of beer across freeway
Nicholas Piotti was taken into custody early Monday after police found the body of his 63-year-old mother, Karen, at a home in Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.
Atlantic hurricane season's fourth named storm just south of Brownsville, Texas, and is heading northwest
Who was U.S. target in Somalia attack?; leak of photos of naked celebs reveals an Internet dark side; U.S. companies' China dream could soon come true
BuyPartisan smartphone app allows consumers to track how much money a company's donated to Republicans or Democrats
Philips Academy Charter School in New Jersey uses vertical farming to give students a taste of their own success
32 teens break out; most still at large
Heavy rain, large hail, strong winds in many areas; tornado confirmed in Kansas, two reported in northern Michigan
Although a Northern California wildfire is under control, a second one sent three people to the hospital for burns and smoke inhalation
A man who was hospitalized after competing died after being taken to an area hospital
A summer drought in California is boosting the price of milk, dairy, produce and coffee. This year alone, Maxwell House, Folgers and Starbucks raised prices by as much as 10 percent. Jill Wagner reports from New York.
Chad Bujano was arrested Thursday and accused of the broad-daylight shooting of 18-year-old Kristian Gaona in 1995 on a Houston street