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U.S. marines square off against Republic of Korea soldiers in a friendly drum battle before a parade.
Three people found dead in an Oklahoma home are believed to be a newspaper publisher, his wife and daughter, police said Tuesday.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals didn't rule on the merits of the law, but said it was too late to make major changes to election rules.
Brian Williams and Chuck Todd, NBC political director and Meet the Press Moderator, discuss the 2014 political races to watch.
Interim University President Raymond Burse slashes his salary by $90,000 to raise the salary of the 24 lowest paid employees by as much as 40 percent.
Tech giants Facebook and Apple announced they will offer up to $20,000 in elective egg freezing coverage for their employees.
Seven times in seven days, Alison Lundergan Grimes refused to say if she voted for President Obama and now it may be her undoing.
An American Airlines flight from San Francisco to Dallas makes an emergency landing in San Francisco after the walls of the plane became loose.
From Alabama to the Carolinas at least ten tornadoes have been confirmed, homes are devastated and two people have been killed.
Dr. Kent Brantly received a blood transfusion from an Ebola survivor and has now donated nearly a gallon of his own blood to patients like Nina Pham.
Nina Pham might never have contracted Ebola if the CDC had sent a rapid response team to Dallas as soon as Thomas Eric Duncan tested positive.
John Dylan Adams, the brother of murder suspect Zachary Rye Adams, admitted to raping the 20-year-old nursing student in 2011, police say.
A magistrate in Barrow, Alaska, has performed what is believed to be the state's first gay marriage ceremony ahead of schedule.
Mark Zuckerberg is giving the grant to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control foundation to buy supplies and equipment.
Flags fly and tempers flare after Florida business owner is told his American flags violate sign ordinance. WBBH's Jaclyn Bevis reports.
The parents of a Michigan man shot to death by police after a chase say the officer involved 'murdered' their son but prosecutors say the shooting was justified.
Rev. Juan McFarland has refused to give up the pulpit, so the board of deacons is taking him to court.
The five juveniles from 14 to 16 years old are alleged to have dumped tobacco spit and urine being on a special needs student in Ohio.
The St. Louis teenager fatally shot by an off-duty officer had gunshot residue on his hand and waistband, according to lab results released.
Video captures rescuers as they form a human chain to pull an unconscious girl from the surf at Forgarty Creek Beach State Park in Oregon. Video courtesy of KGW.