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The pope's historic visit to the U.S. kicked off in Washington, D.C., with hugs and handshakes with throngs of fans. Here are some of the best tweets.
Protesters discuss plans to halt Minnesota';s upcoming Twin Cities Marathon. KARE's Chris Hrapsky reports.
A former New York firefighter carrying five bullets and marijuana breached security at JFK to give the pope his business card, a criminal complaint says.
"It's a great time for records," said Dave Hansen, an owner of Independent Record Pressing in Bordentown, New Jersey.
NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez reports from Atlanta, Georgia where the Kelly Gissendaner case has reignited the debate over capital punishment in the U.S.
Paul Walker's 16-year-old daughter Meadow claimed in a civil lawsuit Monday that her father was burned to death because of a poorly built vehicle.
A Kansas man has been arrested for allegedly tying up a 15-year-old boy and shocking him with a car battery charger, police say.
Ralph Lauren is stepping down as CEO of the fashion and home decor empire that he founded nearly 50 years ago.
Volkswagen source: Promise to deliver a fix for rigged diesel engines "in the next few days" applies to vehicles sold in Europe, not the U.S.
Real estate developers are doing all they can to entice the renter generation to move to home ownership, including building really tiny condominiums.
Najee Smith, 26, was arrested on a trespassing charge after getting cuffed in an altercation early Tuesday at a Manhattan restaurant, the NYPD said.
A Baltimore judge has scheduled the first trial in the Freddie Gray case for Nov. 30 and the other trials are set for early next year.
President Barack Obama met with Cuban President Raul Castro on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Tuesday
"It appears the majority — more than 85 percent — still managed to evade American law enforcement on the way to the conflict zone," the report said.
The Coast Guard in Miami said Tuesday the two recent operations in the Caribbean Sea were done to stop the flow of illegal drugs from South America.
The pontiff's spontaneous gesture to the 10-year-old, who suffers from cerebral palsy, "caused all of us to just weep tears of joy," his mother said.
More children are being severely injured by toppling TV sets and most of those accidents could have been prevented, a new study suggests.
President Barack Obama and Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shook hands during a brief exchange at the U.N. General Assembly in New York.