Showboat casino closing after 27 years of Mardi Gras on Atlantic City Boardwalk
3 juveniles killed, 3 injured when SUV overturns in northeastern Pennsylvania
Wind, weather add fuel to weeks-old Northern California wildfires sparked by lightning
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Magnitude 5.1 earthquake hit 43 miles northwest of Fairbanks on Saturday night, center says
Police: Vintage racing crash in Connecticut kills driver
A Washington woman has been charged with running a multi-million dollar prostitution ring from the "bikini barista" stands she owned and operated.
Coast Guard: Pilot loses consciousness, plane crashes into Atlantic Ocean off Virginia coast
Joan Rivers Sedated Since Arriving at Hospital; Baby Gorilla Debuts at San Diego Zoo
Prosecutors: Bikini barista stands offered prostitution, banked $2 million for owner
Severe storms are expected to develop across the north central US on Sunday, bringing damaging winds, large hail, and possibly a few tornadoes.
911 Tapes Reveal Drama of Parking Lot Birth; Trouble Brewing for Bud Light's 'Epic Party'
Endangered orca population in Puget Sound declining with 2 new deaths this year, no new calfs
Seeking to ease worries, Obama says "The world has always been messy."
California's Extreme Drought Threatened Thousands of Fish
Was House Fire Death of Man's First Wife a Murder?; Family Hopes Man Will Be Charged for Killing First Wife
Tony Stewart talks about returning to NASCAR; Admiral McRaven's inspirational commencement speech.
Star racer holds news conference at the Atlanta Motor Speedway to shed light on deadly accident and his return.
As the world responds to the "imminent" threat posed by ISIS, volcanoes erupt in Iceland and Papua New Guinea, and Gary, IN remembers Michael Jackson on his 56th birthday.
Images from across the globe: U.N. Peacekeepers Observe Syria, U.S. Delivers Weapons to Lebanon, Oregon Wildfires Rage, Frustration at the Open
Diane Sawyer takes us through over a decade of Muir's dedicated reporting from all over the world.
Former secretary of state discusses shooting where teen was shot and killed by a police officer.
As 'Russian invasion' of Ukraine prompts UN emergency meeting, Obama addresses U.S. strategy to combat ISIS, and Hillary Clinton breaks her silence on Ferguson.
U.S. president says Russia is â€œmore isolatedâ€? than at any time since the end of the Cold War.
Images from across the globe: 43 U.N. Peacekeepers Detained in Golan Heights, Ebola Heartache in Liberia, Cali Pounded by Monster Swells, Myanmar Army Graduates
U.S. president admits that his administration does not have a strategy in combating militant Islamic group.
Guests: Gen. John Allen, Michael McCaul, David Plouffe, Bill Kristol, Donna Edwards, Peggy Noonan