According to reports, three people were killed when a small plane and helicopter collided mid-air. Rene Marsh reports.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Commissioner Bob Paulson gives details about the shooter and the events in Ottawa.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin snubbed home state Republicans this year, instead endorsing an independent candidate for governor and his Democratic running mate for lieutenant governor.
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A day after a gunman killed an army reservist in the Canadian capital, many questions remain. Here's what we know about the victim, the killer and what happened.
Archie Andrews has lived, died and become a zombie. And now, the cartoon character is returning to TV.
An Australian man is sentenced for online sex with a young girl, but she wasn't even real. CNN's Lynda Kinkade reports.
Jason Johnson says Ferguson isn't a downtrodden community rising up against the white oppressor, but it is looking for justice
Cpl. Nathan Cirillo -- killed Wednesday while standing guard at Ottawa's National War Memorial -- is remembered as a good soldier and friend with a great smile.
Sears is closing 77 Sears and Kmart stores and cutting 5,300 jobs. And that's not even the worst news.
Rashad McCants, a fomer basketball player at UNC, discusses cheating that helped athletes stay academically eligible.
Remember in the late '90s when you would kill time in AOL and IRC chatrooms or post on Usenet? You'd strike up conversations with strangers about subjects you were all interested in, say "The X-Files," container gardening or The Fugees.
What if cops can pinpoint exactly where a shooter is during a school shooting? Maybe that can prevent the next Newtown tragedy.
Iowa Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst canceled a meeting with the Des Moines Register editorial board Thursday, a move that the newspaper's publisher and president described as "rare."
It was a surprise, even for a journalist, to be driving down Wellington Street, the city's ceremonial thoroughfare, and to find myself swept into the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. I was rushing to a television studio at mid-morning and passing by the National War Memorial, just minutes after the shooting. A solider was down.