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Surveillance video shows a business owner held at gunpoint turning the tables on two armed robbers in his store
The tests, out today, have important news for drivers of so-called "muscle cars" -- symbols of freedom and open roads as American as apple pie
Rockwell used hundreds of photographs to inspire each of his final iconic paintings
Some airport workers call their badges the "key to the city," because once you have one, employee screening is spotty at best
Baylor's president Kenneth Starr is accused by several students of failing to respond to reports of sexual assaults
A neighbor says a Salt Lake City man suspected of killing his businessman husband and setting their home on fire asked her to watch it burn
A school security camera captured more than two-dozen boys entering the restroom in Fort Myers, Fla., news media outlets reported
Attorney General Loretta Lynch in in a statement that the nature of the alleged crime compelled the death penalty decision
Iraqi troops are continuing to fight ISIS over the city of Fallujah. A U.S.-backed alliance of Kurdish-Arab fighters have also launched a large-scale offensive on the terror group in Raqqa.
GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump is under pressure to release his tax returns. This comes amid the claim that the Republican candidate is worth $10 billion dollars.
Bernie Sanders is looking forward to the California primary, where he hopes he can snatch another primary away from Hillary Clinton. He also says the Democratic Convention will "get messy."
Eighty-year-old Long Island woman said she feels like she has lost a member of her family after state authorities seized her pet monkey Luna
Super Bowls in 209-21 awarded to three cities that made significant financial investments in new stadiums or recently upgraded an existing one
Sportscaster Gary Radnich appears to be holding himself in check over female colleague who "has stolen my material"
From California to the New York islands, millions of Americans created a human chain to raise money for the poor
Known to his growing fan base as "Anonymous," his 147-page fictionalized memoir, or autobiographical novel, is about being a recovering alcoholic
Most of the 4,340 Bureau of Prisons inmates who received "untimely" releases between 2009 and 2014 actually served more time than they should have
Mark Rosenker, former chairman of the NTSB, joins CBSN to discuss the ongoing situation
Video shows New York's Bravest and New York's Finest getting in a large pile of bloody fisticuffs after a charity football game
Shania Caradine died Thursday after the infant was left in her father's overheated car outside the 333 Restaurant for about four hours