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Martha Teichner takes us on a tour of a new exhibit at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, which explores what was expected of Victorian-Era widows.
It is often said that hitting a baseball is one of the most difficult feats in all of sports, so just imagine hitting a baseball totally blind. Mark Strassmann introduces you to visually-impaired athletes at the National Beep Baseball Association's World Series.
On Nov. 2, 1898, University of Minnesota football Johnny Campbell became America's first widely-acknowledged "yell leader." Charles Osgood Reports.
What was basically the first playoff elimination game goes to Auburn in a "sickening" way; Miss. State barely survives; roundup for all top 25 CFB teams
Medical experts predict more people in the United States will be diagnosed with Ebola before the end of the year -- but how many?
"He was a very down-to-earth family man. He was very humble. He never bragged, never boasted," neighbor says of Michael Alsbury
"Very little activity taking place that's posing any increased threat to the residents or the community," safety official says
Nine days after being diagnosed with deadly virus, Spencer upgraded from "serious but stable" to "stable" condition
Investigators have also retrieved the cockpit voice recorder from the small plane that crashed into a flight training facility Thursday
A retired U.S. Marine is back home in Florida after spending months in a Mexican jail. Wendy Gillette reports.
Federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly accident that destroyed Virgin Galactic's test model of a spaceship it someday hopes to ferry people into space. Virgin's billionaire founder, Richard Branson, says his space program will continue. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Maine authorities say five are dead after a fire swept through an apartment building near the University of Southern Maine's commuter campus, in Portland.
Kern County sheriff says pilot to undergo surgery as NTSB investigates what went wrong
7 people managed to escape from the burning building, some by jumping from the upper floors, including man with critical burns
Nina Pham, who contracted the Ebola virus after treating patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the virus, reunited with her dog Bentley in Dallas. The dog had been placed in quarantine for 21 days over fears that he too would develop the virus.
Nina Pham, King Charles Spaniel named Bentley together again after nurse recovers from virus
Virgin Galactic founder says company determined to find out what went wrong with prototype space tourism rocket ship
Ohio man spent nearly six months imprisoned in Hermit Kingdom for leaving a Bible in a nightclub
Livability.com determined the 10 Best Places to Live for Liberals, Conservatives and Centrists
U.S. Marshals Service gives new details on capture of Eric Frein, survivalist charged in deadly sniper attack outside police barracks