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A former jet fighter pilot with a secret, dark past kills his wife -- but swears it wasn't murder
Peterson "has not demonstrated that the process and procedures surrounding his discipline were not fair and consistent," NFL arbiter says
Insurance companies are restricting the numbers of doctors patients can see by selling "narrow networks"
Despite President Obama's call for research about gun violence and video games after Sandy Hook massacre, nothing's been done
Six millennials of different backgrounds sat down for a discussion on race relations in America
Photographer Michel du Cille collapsed while on assignment for Washington Post
A "Secret Santa" in Kansas City, Mo. has mobilized sheriff's deputies to carry out acts of kindness on unsuspecting drivers
In an interview with ESPN Radio, the president said "certain behaviors have been tolerated historically" by the league but he hopes the domestic abuse controversy will serve as a "wake-up call" for the league.
President says the Ray Rice controversy has raised awareness, demonstrated the need for clear guidelines on the issue
Rare weather phenomenon lets visitors to Arizona national park look out on sea of thick clouds just below the rim
11-year-old girl got a hold of enough cash to convince cabbie to chart a route for Sunshine State
Cameras are now standard equipment for officers in thousands of departments, and they're catching on in other professions as well
Sheryl Connelly works for Ford as the manager of global consumer trends and futuring, but her job has very little to do with cars
More police departments around the country have started using body cameras in the wake of the police confrontations in Ferguson and New York. But in the near future, they likely won't be the only ones using them on the job. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains who else may be wearing them and what it means for your privacy and protection.
The most compelling images in the week's news for the week of Nov. 29 to Dec. 5, 2014
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
The Genesee Brewery in Rochester, New York built a 23-foot Christmas tree out of beer kegs to commemorate the season. The company used 300 kegs and the structure took one month to finish.
Nearly 200 Congressional staffers walked onto the Capitol steps Thursday to protest the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. Jeff Glor reports.
With Christmas just around the corner, mall attractions are bigger than ever