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Intelligence community reviewers looking at emails from Hillary Clinton's private server have identified 305 documents referred for consultation.
Dashcam footage released by police in Seattle shows officers finding a woman in labor during a routine traffic stop on Sunday.
Authorities were looking into which cemetery may have been missing a headstone, which read "Max Ferreira, born June 16, 1990, died Sept. 29, 1998."
The July 2014 shootout in Stockton, California, left two of the suspects and hostage Misty Holt-Singh dead.
Several members of the #BlackLivesMatter movement were given several minutes to question Hillary Clinton during a campaign stop in New Hampshire.
Authorities say at least one person was killed when an Amtrak passenger train hit a car. The car's driver was attempting to go around the railroad crossing gate.
As revealed in a critical look at its work culture, Amazon Inc. "stacks" workers using a controversial performance rating scheme. But does it work?
Lucas Brown was located Monday evening in a wooden, mountainous area in Overton County, Tennessee. The teen was transported to a local hospital in stable condition.
Chris Singleton was surprised on the set of the TODAY show by Yankees players and invited to attend the game and throw out the opening pitch.
California, Washington, Idaho and other states continue the battle with wildfires. But the rescue resources are spreading thin.
A doctor said Sam Ray may not have survived if he hadn't been able to call 911 by using Siri while pinned under his truck.
Lamar Davenport, 30, is charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of E'Dena Hines, 33.
Would it violate the Constitution to deny citizenship for children born in the United States to parents here illegally?
Tennessee teen crushed under his own truck when jack breaks is saved when the pressure activates Siri on his iPhone, helping him call for help. WSMV's Hayley Mason reports.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is taking a break from the court of public opinion to go to ... court.
As dozens of wildfires continued to blaze across the West on Monday, officials worried about the pace of this year's wildfires and the resources available to fight them.