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A dozen people were injured when a tour bus collided with another tour bus and two trucks on a fog-blanketed stretch of a Colorado highway Friday.
Verizon announces plan to offer customers more control over the channels they pay for using FiOS Custom TV service. NBC's Mark Barger reports.
A truck hauling millions of honeybees to a Washington blueberry farm overturned on a highway, spilling hives across the asphalt.
FBI agents cut off the Internet service to the room where world champion poker player, Paul Phua, 50, was staying then claimed to be repairmen.
Bill and Denise Richard, whose son was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings, said the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev would extend their grief.
These young chicks and ducklings were meant to be Easter presents but never made to their destination and are in the care of a Georgia animal shelter. WXIA's Jon Shirek reports.
Doug Hughes, a 61-year-old mail carrier from Florida, piloted the small craft through restricted airspace and a no-fly zone Thursday and was arrested.
Defense attorney Sam Shamansky says his client, Syrian-trained terror suspect Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, speaks outside of an Ohio courtroom Friday about his client. Mohamud is suspected of wanting to help the terrorist group Al-Nusrah Front and kill Americans.
Angelo Fabiani, 41, was sentenced to four years in prison after he got into a crash in San Diego and left his 4-year-old son behind, who later died.
Adesanya, 23, was arrested in October after jumping a fence and making it onto the North Lawn, according to the Secret Service.
George, the sixth cardinal to lead Chicago's 2.3 million Catholics, has died after years of battling cancer. He was 78.
The city of 2,800 people was leveled on April 17, 2013, when a fertilizer plant caught fire and exploded. Fifteen people were killed.
When a crash severely injured a toddler, it started a chain of events that included an uncle shooting his nephew, a stranger and taking his own life.
This weekend kicks off National Parks Week and entrance fees for all National Parks are being waived, but money is still an issue. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.
Georgia officials say their internal review found the drugs were not "adulterated" and they can fix the problem.
Prince George's County Police are looking for the heartless thief who stole a 4-year-old boy's wheelchair from an apartment lobby this week.