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Joyce Mitchell, the New York prison seamstress who pleaded guilty to helping inmates Richard Matt and David Sweat escape the Clinton Correctional Facility, says she got in "over her head."
The governor pleaded for the public's help earlier Thursday, as authorities said they could be dealing with more than one gunman.
From how the nation is honoring 9/11 victims to Joe Biden's emotional interview on "The Late Show," here are the stories we're following.
As part of the nation's remembrances of the 14th anniversary of 9/11, a giant U.S. flag draped from the roof of the Pentagon at dawn.
One man drowned and another person was missing Friday after torrential rain triggered "fast and furious" flood waters in San Antonio, Texas.
The indictment said Joseph Pilkington, 43, had lived in his future wife's house since she was 9 and held himself out as her father. Brittany Pilkington, now 23, is accused in the August death of 3-month-old Noah Pilkington and in the deaths of 4-year-old Gavin Pilkington, who died in April, and 3-month-old Niall Pilkington, who died in July 2014.
Seventeen years after a peace deal, Northern Ireland's government was stalled Friday after a murder was linked to the Irish Republican Army.
A man and his teenage daughter are in jail after sheriff's deputies say they robbed a bank, then led officers on a high-speed chase through North Texas.
A TV camerawoman who was fired after being caught kicking and tripping migrants entering Hungary has apologized.
Joshua Ryne Goldberg, 20, was charged after allegedly trying to persuade an FBI informant to bomb a Kansas City, Missouri, 9/11 memorial event.
Investigators say they are continuing to look for three people in the death of Fox Lake police Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz, killed Sept. 1.
Iraq and Syria may have been permanently torn asunder by war and sectarian tensions, the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency said Thursday in a frank assessment that is at odds with Obama administration policy.
At least six homes have been destroyed as the Butte Fire, located southeast of Sacramento, grew from around 4,000 acres to 14,700 acres Thursday.
Police say five family members, including three children, are dead in a home in a Minneapolis suburb in an apparent murder-suicide.
The accident occurred during a routine training exercise at the military facility in San Diego Thursday, a spokesperson said.
A rainbow emerged from lower Manhattan the day before the fourteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks.