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A dancer inspires, Pope Francis comforts, Ferguson reignites, Zoolander surprises and more.
Video from inside the Aurora pizza shop Pudge Brothers caught the moment the car plowed through the window with the woman on its hood.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter disbanded after a video showed members singing a racist chant has reportedly hired a high-profile attorney.
The St. Louis County Police and the state Highway Patrol were placed in charge of security in Ferguson, a day after two officers were shot.
An American healthcare worker infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone was scheduled to land in the United States for treatment at a unit in Maryland.
A cyclist died after accidentally shooting himself on Thursday, police said.
Former "Survivor" producer Bruce Beresford-Redman was convicted in Mexico over the death of his wife but will appeal the decision, his family said.
Alison Triessl said conviction of former 'Survivor' producer Bruce Beresford-Redman brings some closure for Monica sister's Carla and rest of family.
Fierce anti-Americanism fueled the frenzied knife-attack on Washington's Ambassador Mark Lippert to Seoul, a South Korean official said.
A man extradited from Hawaii to face charges in a San Diego cold case has admitted to his wife's killing.
No one was killed but all 21 passengers and driver were taken to area hospitals after bus overturned in Clark County, Indiana.
The commander-in-chief said whoever shot two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, need to be arrested, and they don't speak
A new round of protests kicked off Thursday night in Ferguson, Missouri. Several in the crowd explained why they are back on the streets.
Paul Ceglia,who was under house arrest pending his trial for allegedly trying to scam Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, disappeared has vanished.
Transit police are investigating a fatal police-involved shooting Thursday night at a subway station in Washington, D.C.
Ronald Brockmeyer, the judge named in a DOJ report alleging racial bias in Ferguson's police and courts, has now quit several other posts.
An Oregon woman is lucky to be alive after setting herself on fire while driving, crashing her car, and then jumping off a bridge, police said Thursday.