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U.S. State Dept. spokesman John Kirby is asked to explain Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks in France on Tuesday, comparing the Charlie Hebdo at
A Denver-area store called Isis Books & Gifts wants the world to know its name comes from an Egyptian goddess and it isn't run by terrorists.
Fed officials believed last month that conditions needed to trigger an interest rate hike could "well be met" by their next meeting in December.
St. Louis County prosecutors say Nitica Lee injected a silicone substance into Daysha Phillips' buttocks in a hotel, causing her death in July.
St. Louis County prosecutors say Lee injected a silicone substance into 22-year-old Daysha Phillips' buttocks in a hotel, causing her death in July.
As much as 12 inches of new snow is expected in the Denver area, thanks to a winter storm that could bring floods to the South later in the week.
Members of high school wrestling team face felony charges after hiding in ceiling and attempting to record cheerleaders changing in locker room. WXIA's Donna Lowry reports.
CIA Director John Brennan speaks in Washington, D.C., about sharing intelligence with other countries and the agency's determination to fight terroris
A Texas law aimed at restricting abortions, which took effect in 2013, has led to more women trying to end a pregnancy on their own, a report shows.
The NHTSA is shifting the Takata air bag recall into high gear, setting a priority list of vehicles in high-humidity states to be fixed first.
Clad in nothing but his shoes, the suspect climbed in through a back window and began wandering around the business.
Three people were killed and more than 300,000 people were without power in western Washington state early Wednesday.
A college prank may be at the root of a search for missing Pennsylvania college student Jacob Marberger — raising concerns about whether he is armed.
Raymon Carter, 24, must also pay $500,000 in restitution. Carter pleaded guilty to a federal charge of rioting for the April 27 arson.
Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S. issued a condemnation of pornography Tuesday, calling it "a widespread problem" that causes "corrosive damage."
"Today is not just about making history," Jackie Biskupski said. "It is about people. It is about affecting change."
"I'm going to have to do what the Army taught me — bypass," Victor Morris told NBC station KOB of Albuquerque.