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New York City's beach getaway at night
The boy said he brought the gun to school to get it out of his home, sources tell CBS affiliate KDKA
Chicago and Philadelphia celebrate their hometown heroes after Little League World Series
An airport skycap wheeled the 85-year-old grandmother into the terminal, where she was marooned by a "processing error"
Family, friends say another American has been killed fighting for ISIS; should kids be taught how to fire guns?; Democrats targeting Koch brothers
Wooden Colossus roller coaster outside Los Angeles being converted into a steel hybrid opening next summer
Health officials say the system involved wasn't abiding by state's emergency rule requiring enough disinfectant to keep the amoeba at bay
Children in most states are legally allowed to fire any type of gun while supervised, but the question is should they be?
Surfers, spectators delighted, but at least one death reported; one structure crumbles into water, piers battered, some closed
Reports say JPMorgan Chase and at least 4 other institutions were hit by coordinated attacks that siphoned off huge amounts of data
Family and friends confirm a second man from Minneapolis area has been died in fighting after joining extremists
A video of Charles Vacca showing a 9-year-old girl how to fire an automatic weapon seemed to be routine until everything went wrong
Slain ISIS fighter Douglas McCain was one of many who have joined Islamic fighters, and now extremists are trying to lure young women
Ailiana Tsarnaeva allegedly told victim: "I know people who can put a bomb on you"
National food and drink website ranks the top 101 pies; is your local pizzeria on the list?
Freelance photojournalist Nicole Tung talks about her experiences covering war-torn regions across the Mideast, as well as the risks and challenges of not being connected to a news organization.
Cornerback said he had injured his ankles after jumping from a second-story balcony to save his 7-year-old nephew from drowning; now admits it was a fabrication
At just 15, she's the youngest winner of the tournament in 18 years, and she's just as surprised as anyone
Lifeguards warn dangerous currents can be too much for even strong swimmers; at least 1 person killed, nearly 200 people had to be rescued
An armed fugitive wanted for nearly two decades on drug charges in the South was wounded during a shootout with U.S. marshals in New York City