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Man who walked 20 miles to work gets boss' car

The CEO of a company gifted a car to his employee when he found out the young man walked 20 miles to work in Alabama.

MGM Resorts fighting shooting victims' lawsuits

MGM Resorts International has filed a lawsuit seeking protection from numerous lawsuits from victims of the 2017 mass shooting at its Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, saying it has no liability for injuries or deaths.

Ex-Ohio State divers file sexual abuse lawsuit

A lawsuit accuses USA Diving and the Ohio State University Diving Club of failing to protect its athletes after a diving coach was alleged to be sexually abusing female athletes.

Texas police capture possible serial killer

Houston police say Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, a man suspected in three killings over several days, is now in custody.

Texas police hunt for possible serial killer

Police in Houston, Texas, are on high alert as they continue to search for Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, who they say is armed, extremely dangerous and a possible serial killer.

Lava bomb hits Hawaii tour boat, injures 23

A lava bomb hit a tour boat in Hawaii, injuring 23 people, the Hawaii County Fire Department said.

Police crack 30-year-old murder case

Eight-year-old April Tinsley was abducted and murdered in 1988. Thirty years later, police used a public genealogy database to find and arrest her alleged killer.

Firenado turns into a giant water spout

A couple in Blythe, California, filmed this wildfire along the Colorado River. The extreme heat from the wildfire created a vortex known as a firenado. As the firenado spun off across the water it turned into a water spout.

Photos of Prince Louis' christening released

Kensington Palace has released the first official photographs from the christening of Prince Louis, the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Murder suspect killed in Kansas City shootout

A shootout in Kansas City, Missouri, wounded three police officers in two locations and killed a murder suspect, police said.

Chicago PD release bodycam video of fatal shooting

Chicago Police released bodycam video of 37-year-old Harith Augustus being shot after a confrontation with police officers.

Officer and bystander fatally shot near Boston

A policeman near Boston was fatally shot with his own service weapon Sunday morning by a man who used the same gun to kill a female bystander in her home, authorities said. CNN's Polo Sandoval has more.

Police release bodycam video of fatal shooting

Chicago police have released bodycam footage showing a man fatally shot by police. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts

Here is a look at the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season.Facts:The 2018...

Protests erupt after shooting in Chicago

An officer in Chicago knocks the phone out of a journalist's hand during protests after one man was fatally shot by police.

Woman survives after SUV plunges off cliff

A woman who disappeared a week ago was found alive at the bottom of an oceanside cliff in Big Sur, California, where she survived in the wreckage of her SUV by using her radiator hose to siphon water from a nearby creek, authorities said.

Cops joke about deciding driver's fate with coin toss app

Two Georgia police officers are on administrative leave after they were caught on bodycam video using a coin toss app to decide whether to arrest a driver pulled over for speeding.

Police departments take on lip sync challenge

Police departments from around the country have been challenging one another to lip sync battles; some have even gone viral.

Shark bites Instagram model on vacation

A shark bit the arm of a 19-year-old Instagram model and dragged her underwater while she was vacationing in the Bahamas.

Blockbuster has only 1 store left standing

The last two Blockbuster stores in Alaska are closing their doors for good, leaving only one store left in the United States.

Shooting survivor's mom buys waitress wedding dress

The mother of a Waffle House shooting survivor bought a wedding dress for the waitress who saved her son's life. HLN's Mike Galanos has more.

Trump to have tea with Queen Elizabeth

President Donald Trump is set to meet Queen Elizabeth during his UK working visit.

Giant avocados on sale in Australia

The world's largest avocado has just premiered Down Under. Dubbed "Avozillas," these souped-up avocados are about five times bigger than a regular one.

Actress makes Emmy history

Actress Sandra Oh becomes the first woman of Asian descent to secure an Emmy nomination for best actress in a drama.

Families go nuts for Build-A-Bear sale

Build-A-Bear was forced to turn customers away after an onslaught of people came to take advantage of its "pay your age" promotion.

Hate in America captured on video

CNN's Chris Cuomo and panelists refer to videos of racial harassment and discuss whether these recurring instances are a sign of the times in American history.

See Strzok hit back at Gowdy

FBI agent Peter Strzok fired back at Rep. Trey Gowdy's (R-SC) questions about Strzok's anti-Trump texts and said that "at no time" did his personal opinions affect his work at the FBI.

DOJ reopens Emmett Till case

The Department of Justice has reopened its investigation into the murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till.

Watch daughter wait for separated mom's arrival

Juana sent a letter to CNN pleading to reunite with her daughter after the two were separated at the US border. Weeks later, the two shared an emotional reunion.

Woman beaten at home of NFL star LeSean McCoy

Police are investigating a home invasion at a house belonging to NFL superstar and Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy in which his estranged girlfriend was violently assaulted and hospitalized and another woman was injured.

Women claim kiss got them kicked out of Uber

Two women say an Uber driver kicked them out of his car after he saw them kiss in the back seat, causing the driver's taxi license to be suspended as the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission investigates.

The felons found driving for Uber

A convicted killer is one of thousands of shady drivers who cleared screening processes. Here's how rideshare companies have fought tougher checks. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

Woman harassed for wearing Puerto Rico shirt

An Illinois park is investigating after a woman accused one of its police officers of standing by as a man harassed her for wearing a shirt with the Puerto Rican flag.

Parkland students, gun-owners debate issues

Parkland students who are on a grassroots tour across America to talk about gun safety recorded a tense conversation with counter-protesters.

Cardi B gives birth to first child

Cardi B announced on her Instagram that she gave birth to her first child on July 10.

Forbes: Papa John's founder used N-word during call

The founder of Papa John's, John Schnatter, reportedly used the N-word during a conference call in May, according to Forbes. A spokesperson for Papa John's said the company "condemns racism and any insensitive language, no matter the situation or setting."

Daughter cries out for family's freedom

Perla Silva, the daughter of an undocumented couple who was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement while visiting relatives at New York's Fort Drum military base, says she's worried about her parents' health while they are in custody.

Dad reunited with 4-year-old son after 43 days

CNN's Rosa Flores witnessed a father being reunited with his 4-year-old son after being separated at the border for 43 days.

Pageant contestant quits over #MeToo joke

Miss Massachusetts contestant Maude Gorman resigned her title after hearing a pageant skit that poked fun at the #MeToo movement.

Gov. Rossello: Harassment due to poor education

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello says he was "shocked, appalled and disgusted" when he saw the video of a man harassing a woman for wearing a Puerto Rico shirt.

Coast Guard responds to plane crash in Alaska

Eleven people were rescued Tuesday after a floatplane crashed about 40 miles southwest of Ketchikan, Alaska, officials said.

England manager creates spike in waistcoat sales

England's recent success at the World Cup has resulted in an unexpected trend; an increase in the popularity of waistcoats. And it's all because of Gareth Southgate.

Baby survived being buried for 9 hours

A 5-month-old boy was left partially buried in the mountains of Montana for at least nine hours before being discovered by a Missoula County sheriff's deputy.

Thai boys will be treated, placed in isolation

CNN's Matt Rivers reports on the conditions of the boys who have been rescued from a cave in Thailand,

Man beaten with brick on daily walk

91-year-old Rodolfo Rodriguez was out for a walk on the Fourth of July when he was attacked by a woman who hit him with a concrete block and enlisted men to join in beating him.

Officer points gun at a group of children

An El Paso Police officer is under investigation after drawing his gun on a group of minors.

See Starbucks' straw-free lid

Starbucks announced that it will phase out plastic straws from all of its stores by 2020. Instead, it will offer a cup with a raised lid you can drink from or eco-friendly paper straws.

Eight boys rescued from Thai cave

A witness says an eighth boy was rescued alive during the second day of operations to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped in a Thailand cave.

Watch: Musk tests small rescue pod

A small escape pod designed by Elon Musk is on its way to Thailand, where it might be used to help rescue the remaining eight boys stuck in a cave.

Woman dies after exposure to nerve agent

A woman who was exposed to a Soviet-era nerve agent in Amesbury, England, died, the Metropolitan Police said in a written statement.

Tropical Storm Beryl heads for Puerto Rico

Even though Tropical Storm Beryl is getting weaker, no one is taking any chances as it heads to Puerto Rico, where they are still recovering from hurricane Maria. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.

New video from dramatic cave rescue

Rescue teams have safely pulled out four boys who were trapped deep inside a cave in Thailand for more than two weeks. CNN's David McKenzie has the latest.

Heatwave, winds fuel deadly fast-moving fires

Wildfires are spreading in the western part of the US with record-breaking heat and fast winds, killing at least one person. CNN's Sara Sidner reports from Goleta, California.

Hear emotional phone calls from parents separated from their kids

As a result of the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy, some parents have been separated from their kids for more than 30 days. Parents are forced to comfort their frightened children over the phone.

Fast-moving wildfire kills 1 in California

A California wildfire has left one person dead and forced hundreds of residents to evacuate their homes in Santa Barbara county. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux has more.

Gun protests shut down part of Chicago freeway

Demonstrators aiming to close Chicago's Dan Ryan Expressway to protest the city's high gun violence rates blocked at least one northbound lane.

Former Thai navy SEAL diver dies in cave

A former Thai navy diver who joined the operation to rescue 12 boys and their coach from a cave in northern Thailand has died, according to a Thai Navy source.

Newlyweds narrowly dodge tree branch

A Wisconsin couple narrowly escaped being injured when a large tree branch fell on the picnic table where they were recording their wedding video.

Mom shoots alleged carjacker with kids in car

A mother in Dallas shot a man who attempted to steal her car while her two children were in the back seat, police said.

Cult leader executed for Tokyo sarin attack

Seven members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult, which carried out the deadly 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway, have been executed, according to Japanese officials.

The wackiest reality moments of the 2000s

The 2000s were the Golden Age of reality TV. CNN's Jeanne Moos has some of the wackiest moments.

Veteran news anchor Ed Schultz dies at 64

Ed Schultz, former host of MSNBC's "The Ed Show," has died at the age of 64.

Ethics probes into Pruitt will continue despite resignation

President Trump announced EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is resigning.

Watch mother and daughter's emotional reunion

A Guatemalan mother and her 7-year-old daughter are reunited in Boston after being separated from each other for 55 days.

HHS won't give exact number of kids in custody

Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar says they are holding less than 3,000 children in custody and approximately 100 of them are under five years of age.

Bourbon storage warehouse collapses ... again

A storage building collapse at a Kentucky bourbon distillery has led to the deaths of roughly 1,000 fish in nearby waterways, according to state officials.

Woman climbs base of the Statue of Liberty

A woman who climbed up to the robes of the Statue of Liberty to protest the separation of migrant families was taken into custody after a standoff with police on the Fourth of July.

Police capture protester at Statue of Liberty

A woman who had climbed up to the robes of the Statue of Liberty in a protest over the separation of migrant families on the border was taken into custody after a standoff with police on the Fourth of July.

Ex-wrestler: 'Baffling' Jordan didn't help us

Former Ohio State wrestler Mike DiSabato, who says he was a victim of sexual abuse at Ohio State University where Rep. Jim Jordan was an assistant wrestling coach, says he begged him to get involved in the investigation. Jordan says he was not aware of the abuse.

Video shows woman fall from SUV in traffic

Florida police released video of a woman falling from an SUV at a busy intersection in Tampa, Florida.

Manhunt underway for 3 men accused of assault

A nationwide manhunt is underway for three men accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two sisters, ages 13 and 14, in northern Ohio, Bowling Green police said.

92-year-old woman charged with killing son

A 92-year-old woman allegedly killed her son in Arizona because she did not want to be sent to an assisted living facility, authorities said.

Heat wave continues to smother East Coast

A heat wave will keep temperatures high for Independence Day festivities throughout most of the nation. CNN's Chad Myers has the latest.

Former wrestler speaks out against Jim Jordan

Former Ohio State University wrestler Michael DiSabato claims that Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) knew about alleged sexual abuse at the university when he was an assistant wrestling coach. Jordan denies that he turned a blind eye to alleged sexual abuse.

Wildfires are turning California skies orange

See how ash and smoke from northern wildfires have changed the San Fransisco Bay Area.

HHS refusing to release family separation stats

Trump administration officials are refusing to release new statistics on how many families have been reunited since a judge ordered the US government to halt most family separations at the border. CNN's Nick Valencia reports.

Former classmate: I was stalked by man charged with Maryland shooting

A woman who filed a stalking complaint against suspected Capital Gazette shooter, Jarrod Ramos, is speaking about her online interaction with him.

Heat wave sweeping East Coast turns deadly

CNN's Ivan Cabrera takes a look at what to expect from a scorching heat wave that will cause temperatures to spike across the East Coast and Midwest.

US Air Force officer on Thai cave rescue plan

US Air Force Public Affairs Officer Jessica Tait says rescue teams are trying to find the safest way to save 12 boys and their soccer coach as a number of elements make the rescue effort difficult.

Toddler cancer survivor becomes donor's flower girl

After Skye Savren-McCormick was diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia, she honored her bone marrow donor in a very special way.

First lady of Honduras visits detention center

Ana Rosalinda García Carías, the first lady of Honduras, discouraged citizens of her country from attempting to cross the US-Mexico border illegally and pledged to address the problems that led them to flee.

Outrage after police shooting near campus

Students at Portland State University are protesting after campus police shot and killed a man who was trying to break up a fight outside a bar, multiple witnesses tell CNN affiliate KATU.

Northeast hit by worst heat wave of the year

Nearly 60 million people across the Northeastern US are under a heat watch, warning or advisory from the National Weather Service as the worst heat wave of 2018 scorches the most populated region of the country.

Analyst: Miracle if Atlantic alliance survives Trump

CNN global affairs analyst Max Boot says President Trump is advancing Russia's foreign policy agenda by seeking destruction of the Western alliance.

Leftist elected president of Mexico

Former Mexico City Mayor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador won the Mexican Presidency in a landslide againt opponents from two parties that have ruled the nation for nearly a century. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

Mother and daughter reunited after 61 days

After fleeing gang violence in Guatemala, Buena Ventura Martin-Godinez is seeing her daughter for the first time in 61 days.

6 children, 3 others stabbed at complex

Six children and three others were stabbed at an Idaho apartment complex where refugees are housed. Suspect Timmy Kinner, 30, faces nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to a child, police said.

12-year-old gives powerful speech

Daughter of undocumented immigrant parents, Leah, gives a powerful speech at the immigration rally in Washington.

Neighbor calls police on 12-year-old boy

A 12-year-old entrepreneur says his lawn-mowing business is getting a lot of new clients after someone called the police on him for mowing the wrong yard.

Capital Gazette survivors share their stories

Rachael Pacella and Phil Davis, two survivors of the Capital Gazette shooting, speak with Brian Stelter about the attack and the aftermath. Pacella recounts how she was injured while trying to flee, and Davis describes how he texted for help while hiding underneath a desk.

Rep. Waters to Trump: How dare you

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) spoke at the "Families Belong Together" immigration rally in Los Angeles where she addressed the Trump administration's immigration policy.

Former pro wrestler dies at 38

Matt Cappotelli, once a promising WWE star, has died after a battle with brain cancer, his wife said in an Instagram post.

Lin-Manuel Miranda sings for separated families

"Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda joined the "Families Belong Together" immigration rally in Washington, singing a song from the Broadway musical to parents and children who were separated at the US-Mexico border.

Ferrera: This fight belongs to all of us

Actress America Ferrera, speaking at the immigration rally in Washington, reads a letter from a grandfather who is separated from his granddaughter.

Elizabeth Warren: US immigration a moral crisis

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) addressed supporters at an immigration rally in Boston, saying the current immigration policy in the US is a moral crisis.

Protesters carry a dog crate with baby dolls inside

Atlanta protesters rallying against President Trump's immigration policy are carrying a dog crate with baby dolls inside of it. The crate is an apparent reference to the chain-link fences some migrants — including children — have been kept behind.

Formerly detained teen asylum seeker speaks

A teen asylum seeker speaks to CNN's Drew Griffin about his months spent in detention.

Police: Woman yells at black teen to leave public pool

A white woman was charged with assaulting a black teenager at a community pool in South Carolina, after allegedly shouting racial slurs at the teen.

Antwon Rose's mom breaks down in interview

The mother and family members of Antwon Rose, the unarmed teen who was fatally shot by police near Pittsburgh, speaks to CNN about Rose's death.

Editor details suspect's troubling threats and rants

Former editor and publisher of the Capital Gazette newspaper Tom Marquardt discusses the threats accused gunman Jarrod Warren Ramos made against employees at the newspaper.

Are the lines on racism blurring?

CNN's John Blake looks at the evolution of racial language in the US and how words have ended the careers of many politicians and public figures.

Mother reunited with her son after 32 days

Brenda Ramirez-Garcia was reunited with her 7-year-old son after being separated at the US-Mexico border on May 27.

Brother remembers editor killed in shooting

In a Facebook post, best-selling author and journalist Carl Hiaasen remembers his brother, Capital Gazette editor and columnist Rob Hiaasen, who was killed in a deadly shooting inside the newsroom at the Capital Gazette newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland.

Wife: We planned to open birthday gift tonight

The wife of slain Capital Gazette editor Rob Hiaasen reportedly told her husband that she would wait for his return to open her birthday present. Hiassen was killed in a newsroom shooting in Annapolis, Maryland.

Cops: He was there to kill as many as possible

Anne Arundel Police Chief Timothy Altomare speaks to reporters a day after five employees of the Capital Gazette newspaper were killed in an attack in Annapolis, Maryland.

Victim's brother: Killed doing what he loved

Carl Hiaasen, author and brother of Capital Gazette shooting victim Rob Hiaasen, says that his brother was proud of the work he had done with his coworkers at the newspaper.

5 killed in Maryland newspaper shooting

The suspect in the Capital Gazette newspaper shooting in Maryland has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder, according to court records.

Official reads the names of the 5 victims

Deputy Chief Bill Krampf reads the names of the five people who were killed in a "targeted attack" on the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.

Witness: I need more than thoughts and prayers

Writers for the Capital Gazette say they want more than prayers following a deadly newsroom shooting in Annapolis, Maryland.

CNN family reunification questions unanswered

Devastated parents are still searching for their kids. Officials are pointing fingers over who's responsible and have yet to release details about how families will be reunited. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

CNN films migrants crossing Rio Grande

CNN's Nick Valencia speaks with a group of migrants intercepted at the US-Mexico border who say they fled Central America to escape extortion and death threats.

Police: Online threats sent before shooting

Police say the newspaper received online threats on social media prior to the shooting and they are investigating who sent them.

Watch: Chick-fil-A employee saves customer

When a customer began choking on his food, a quick-thinking employee at a Chick-fil-A in Austin, Texas, jumped into action.

Trump ignores question on anti-media rhetoric

White House deputy press secretary Lindsay Walters was asked about the President's comments against the news media in the past amid reports of a newsroom shooting in Maryland. Walters said the Trump administration does not condone violence.

Immigrants describe fear, violence

CNN's Nick Valencia is on the US-Mexico border and spoke to an apprehended mother about what drove her to cross the border with her son.

Official: Suspect was found hiding under desk

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh says the suspect in a shooting in Annapolis, Maryland, is in custody and being interrogated by police.

Police: 5 fatalities from newspaper shooting

Police tell reporters that there are five confirmed fatalities at a Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, after an active shooting.

Mayor suggests blasting protesters with water

Arnold, Pennsylvania Mayor Karen Peconi is facing backlash after suggesting that protesters should be sprayed with water cannons.

Women protest family separations on Capitol Hill

CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports from the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, where dozens of women are protesting President Trump's immigration policy and family separations.

Shooting at newspaper building in Maryland

Maryland police say there was a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper building in Annapolis, Maryland.

Woman injured after parasail rope breaks

A woman is back in the US for further treatment after suffering injuries when a rope snapped while she was parasailing.

Body found at NFL player's home

Police in New Jersey say they found a dead body inside a home associated with NFL player Janoris Jenkins.

The favorites who could replace retiring Justice Kennedy

CNN Supreme Court analyst Joan Biskupic discusses.

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Casey Anthony Trial Fast Facts

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Charleston, where 40% of all US slaves entered the country, may finally apologize for its role in the slave trade

A mile from where ships dropped shackled Africans off by the thousands and inside a city hall built by forced labor, ...

Officer's 'racist' posts key to Sterling Brown suit against Milwaukee police

The NBA's Sterling Brown, who was tased and arrested earlier this year after an altercation stemming from a parking v...

$4,000 a minute pours in to help reunite separated immigrant families

In less than four days, a California couple has raised more than $5 million -- and counting -- through Facebook to he...

1 in 4 Muslim women in New York say they've been pushed on a subway platform while wearing a hijab

Muslims and other religious minorities in New York have experienced widespread bias, discrimination and harassment --...

Former immigrant shelter worker says he was told to separate hugging siblings

When Antar Davidson was ordered to separate two brothers and a sister tightly hugging each other, he realized his tim...

Newt Gingrich Fast Facts

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US Open Golf Tournament Fast Facts

Here's a look at the US Open Golf Tournament.June 13-...

Father's Day Fast Facts

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Nine immigrants who helped make America great

America is a nation of immigrants.While immigration remains a topic of debate, it cannot be denied that the co...

5 things for June 19: Immigration, North Korea, trade, opioids, gerrymandering

Have you seen "Incredibles 2" yet? It's shaping up to be a Disney classic ---...

Here are some of the protests against family separation happening today

Outraged over the separation of children from their parents at the border, activists are planning protests throughout...

One dead after flooding in Wisconsin and Michigan

Devastating floods ravaged Michigan's Upper Peninsula and parts of the Midwest this weekend, with one death reported ...

Richmond school drops Confederate name in favor of Barack Obama

A Richmond, Virginia, elementary school will switch its name from that of a Confederate general to that of the nation...

Undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas gets school named after him

Amid intense nationwide debate over immigration policies, a California school board is naming a new elementary school...

Grieving family heartbroken when deceased student is left out of yearbook

A family in Minnesota received the last school yearbook that 12-year-old Kaiden Kauffman would be pictured in but whe...

Spread across 2 countries and 3 states, a Guatemalan immigrant family waits for ICE to decide their future

From a cinderblock church shelter that sits on a Tijuana public landfill, Ignacio Villatoro used a spotty internet co...

Bus line employee tells passengers they have to be Americans to ride

A bus company employee in Maine told a group of passengers they had to be US citizens in order to ride a bus after an...

Children and parents are being separated at the border. Here's what we know

Federal authorities have separated at least 2,000 children from their parents at the border as part of the Trump admi...

Mesa officer fatally shoots man who raised BB gun, police say

A police officer in Mesa, Arizona, fatally shot a man who raised a BB gun at officers, the Mesa Police Department sai...

The truth behind this photo of an 'immigrant child' crying inside a cage

A photo of a little boy crying in a cage is being shared on social media as seemingly another ...

Trump supporter disrupts De Niro's 'Bronx Tale' musical on Broadway

At the Tony Awards a week ago, actor Robert De Niro leveled a profane attack on President Trump. On Saturday in New Y...

CNN's Brooke Baldwin reveals her dream to be an astronaut

As a little girl, my dream was to become an astronaut.One of my early heroes was...

Walmart customer intervenes in carjacking and fatally shoots armed suspect

An armed civilian intervened and fatally shot a suspect who police said had shot two people and was attempting an arm...

Millions of US homes at risk of chronic flooding this century, new study says

As many as 311,000 homes in US coastal areas could be underwater within the next 30 years, ...

A sheriff's deputy is accused of sexually abusing a 4-year-old, then threatening her mom with deportation

A Texas sheriff's deputy is accused of a crime so heinous that his boss said it's "disgusting and infuriating."...

This, say firefighters, is what could happen if you park in front of a hydrant

After finding a car illegally parked in front of a hydrant, a group of firefighters decided to teach its owner a less...

Walmart shopper accused of making more than 1,000 fake returns

A 23-year-old Walmart shopper is accused of making fraudulent returns at more than 1,000 of the chain's stores across...

UN Human Rights chief slams 'unconscionable' US immigration policy

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights slammed the separation of children from their parents at the US-Mexico bord...

At least 5 die when SUV crashes after being chased by Border Patrol, then deputy, Texas sheriff says

A vehicle packed with undocumented immigrants flipped Sunday, ejecting 12 people and killing at least five after a ch...

New Jersey art festival shooting suspect had just been released from prison, prosecutor says

Twenty-two people, including a teenager, were injured early Sunday in a shooting at a 24-hour art festival in Trenton...

He's dying of cancer. Now, he's the first patient to go to trial to argue Roundup made him sick

On bad days, Dewayne Johnson is too crippled to speak. Lesions often cover as much as 80% of his body.Doctors ...

This is the handout immigrant parents get before they're separated from their children

"Step 3: How do I locate my child(ren)?"That question, included in a document given to immigrants who are arre...

John Legend calls out Paul Ryan for Father's Day tweet as immigrant families are being separated

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3 inmates escaped from jail in boxers. Authorities say a guard helped them

A manhunt is underway for three inmates who escaped from a jail in New Mexico with the help of a guard, authorities s...

Georgia woman says she killed rabid bobcat with bare hands

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American student detained in Vietnam after protests

An American citizen was detained in Vietnam while protesting a proposed economic zone law that could clear the path f...

Man who blocked traffic on Hoover Dam bridge wanted release of government report

The armed man who for more than an hour blocked a highway near the Hoover Dam with an armored truck and held a sign t...

Kilauea volcano destroys 467 Hawaiian homes, officials say

Lava from the Kilauea volcano, which erupted more than a month ago, now covers 5,914 acres, or 9.24 square miles, the...

'Youngest survivor' of Las Vegas shooting born to New Jersey couple

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Second deputy dies after Kansas City courthouse shooting

A female deputy who was shot Friday as she and another deputy were transporting prisoners from a courthouse has died,...

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Florida agency probing roller coaster derailment in Daytona Beach

A Florida state agency said Friday it has opened a probe to find out why a roller coaster derailed at an amusement pa...

Parkland students kick off 'Road to Change' tour in Chicago

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She fled Honduras to save her son. In the US, she fears they'll be apart

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4 children in Orlando standoff were killed as they slept, police say

Four children were killed as they slept during a 21-hour standoff between police and a gunman who barricaded himself ...

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A father who gave birth. A life-saving, yet deadly medicine. And Disney's lost park. Grab a cup of coffee and...

What does the Bible verse Jeff Sessions quoted really mean?

It's been called one of the most important and most misunderstood passages in the Bible: Romans 13:1-7."The mo...

University of Central Florida fraternity members accused of posting revenge porn on Facebook

An Arizona student has filed a lawsuit against a fraternity and several of its members, alleging that some of its bro...

US Coast Guard crew seizes cocaine worth $206 million

A recent deployment in the Pacific Ocean proved very successful for a US Coast Guard crew: During their 80-day patrol...

One deputy killed, another in critical condition in Kansas City, Kansas

One sheriff's deputy is dead and another is in critical condition after they were shot Friday during a prisoner trans...

Shooting that killed one child likely caused by road rage, police say

Road rage was likely the cause of a shooting outside a business complex in Westminster, Colorado, on Thursday that le...

Seth Meyers says celebrities need to talk about depression

Comedian Seth Meyers says he wants celebrities to open up about their mental health issues, and Meyers shared some of...

A man is traveling to all 50 states mowing lawns for the elderly, disabled, single moms and vets for free

Rodney Smith Jr. found his purpose the day he came across an elderly man struggling to mow his lawn,...

She faked a rejection letter from her ex-boyfriend's dream school. Now she has to pay him $265,000

Eric Abramovitz's hard work had paid off: The accomplished clarinet player had been accepted to his dream school. But...

By the Numbers: Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest known US celebration of the end of slavery. African-Americans and others mark the anniversar...

Waffle House shooting victim died singing gospel songs, CEO says

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