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Of the 55 passengers aboard the bus, eight were injured. Two people were taken to University Hospital in Newark, police said.
While nearly 7 in 10 school kids put a vegetable on their lunch trays, only about half of them took even one bite of it, according to a new study.
The Pope officially announced Monday he would attend the highly anticipated World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia next year.
Hawaiian civil defense said breakouts from the lava flow on Big Island are 'sluggish' and not advancing on property.
Popular Celtic punk band the Dropkick Murphys' tour bus struck and killed a pedestrian in Texas, forcing the band to cancel a Sunday concert in Tulsa.
It's still only autumn, but 26 states are under a winter weather advisory.
A French tourist was taken into custody after allegedly climbing the Brooklyn Bridge to take photos, police said Sunday.
"We're one man down," U2's three other members said Sunday night after lead singer Bono injured his arm in New York's Central Park.
A surgeon diagnosed with Ebola in Sierra Leone is in an "extremely critical condition," doctors treating him in Nebraska said Sunday.
The federal Chemical Safety Board said it was sending a seven-person investigative team to Texas to look into the accident.
In a new video released overnight, ISIS claims to have behead an American aid worker. The intelligence community is working to confirm the footage’s authenticity. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.
ISIS claims it beheaded U.S. aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig, and President Barack Obama calls it "an act of pure evil."
It's the latest of several acknowledgments that sensitive government systems have been successfully targeted.
Yosemite National Park is using GPS devices on nine bears to try and prevent potentially dangerous run-ins between humans and hungry bears.
Three people in Mali are infected with Ebola, and one person has died in a different city, in an unrelated case, according to the CDC.
Washington state held the world’s largest marijuana auction this week, selling nearly a quarter-ton of marijuana to the highest bidder.
A man was pushed into the path of an oncoming subway train and killed Sunday morning in Manhattan, transit officials said.
Because a grand jury hearing is secretive by nature, few have any idea which way the decision might go or what kind of reaction to prepare for.