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After four dry days, rain is back in the forecast for South Carolina as the state tries to recover from devastating floods.
The councilman, Jonathan Miller, was stunned Thursday in front of his Prairie View, Texas, house, and arrested. The incident was caught on video.
Black men from around the nation are gathering on the National Mall to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and call for reforms.
On March 30, 1981, Parr was the first agent to hustle President Reagan into a limousine when shots rang out in front of the Washington Hilton.
A domestic abuse victim who was sentenced to jail for failing to testify in court is speaking out about her experience in an NBC exclusive.
Tom Hall had no idea what to expect when he waded through knee-deep water during a rescue mission in Columbia, South Carolina.
A 16-year-old boy died after he fell down an elevator shaft in an abandoned hospital on Staten Island, police said.
Could the Congressional Black Caucus block their votes in such a way to get something politically out of the race for Speaker of the House?
A 25-year-old surfer was bitten by a shark on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, officials said Friday.
Actor Randy Quaid was taken into custody while trying to cross into the United States from Canada, Vermont State Police said.
Students at Northern Arizona University held a vigil after a shooting that killed one person and injured three.
"He looked directly at me and said ... you are the lucky one, I will not shoot you if you give this to the cops," Mathew Downing said Friday.
Sacramento cab driver Kennedy Hailermariam says he saw Spencer Stone, one of three Americans who foiled a terror attack, attacked himself.
A man in Chattanooga, Tennessee was killed after being struck by a train while saving his daughter who had become stuck on the track.
Grandparents make emotional plea for information on missing infant whose parents are in custody. WFLA's Peter Bernard reports.
Three women accused the embattled entertainer of defaming them after they made allegations that he sexually assaulted them.
The rebel captain blames a lack of trainees and poor salaries for the "train and equip" program's failure.
The company is examining its legal options after a commission allowed an expansion of SeaWorld in San Diego, but banned breeding orcas in captivity.