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Two victims of the shooting that left nine dead at an Oregon community college were fire and EMS officials, authorities said Friday.
Google's stock will begin trading as Alphabet on the Nasdaq under the same tickers "GOOG" and "GOOGL" on Monday.
GOP Donald Trump whose campaign rhetoric has angered many Latinos backed out of a planned Oct. 8 candidate forum with the U.S. Hispanic chamber.
Jeb Bush said calls for sweeping government rules and regulation often follow tragedies like the mass shooting this week in Oregon.
The U.S. Coast Guard was searching for a cargo ship with 28 Americans and five others aboard that went missing Thursday.
Federal officials approved a new drug Friday for last-ditch treatment of the deadliest cancer of all -advanced lung cancer.
An Army veteran was shot seven times while trying to save other students during the deadly Oregon community college rampage, according to his aunt.
A young woman who had a bullet lodged in her back from the Oregon community college shooting rampage is "alert, awake, talking," a surgeon says.
Six U.S. service members and four American contractors were among the 14 killed when a U.S. C-130 transport plane crashed at Jalalabad airport Friday.
"Love ya," Jason Johnson, 33, told his mother on Thursday before he headed to class. "I'll see you this afternoon."
Matthew — charged with the murders of college students Hannah Graham and Morgan Harrington — was sentenced for an attempted murder and sex assault.
Yayo Grassi, and his partner of 19 years, Iwan Bagus, met with Francis at the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 23.
The Navy was supposed to replace the aging minesweeping helicopters, but now has reestablished a training squadron for them in Norfolk.
A shooting at a school in Oregon is just the latest massacre that President Obama has had to respond to.
Before a gun can be used for hunting, self-protection, or in a mass shooting at a school, it must be bought.
Former acquaintances and social-media postings have begun to paint the picture of Christopher Harper Mercer as a withdrawn young man.
A Vatican spokesman distanced the pontiff from the Kentucky clerk's case, saying Francis met with "several dozen" people at the Vatican's embassy.