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Smart, maker of one of the world's smallest vehicles, is launching an all-new version of its fortwo model in an effort to reverse years of losses.
Bush was in the beginning of his second term when Katrina made landfall in 2005 — a natural disaster that also tarnished his political legacy.
Ten years since the storm devastated the Gulf Coast, the baby name "Katrina" is still on the decline.
Dick Gregory explains why the death of young Emmett Till struck such a chord with people at the time.
As Tropical Storm Erika threatens to morph into a hurricane, Miami's multibillion dollar coastline has little protection from storms.
An Oklahoma felon launches campaign to reclaim dozens of guns seized from his property. KFOR's Adam Snider reports.
Ali Shukri Amin, 17, of Manassas, Virginia on Friday became the youngest person in the US sentenced to prison for supporting the ISIS terror group.
Jurors must decide whether the defendant, Owen Labrie, sexually penetrated his accuser, and if so, was it done without her consent.
In a reality TV-like storyline, the National Zoo announces the results of paternity test to determine the father of fraternal twin panda cubs.
A glimpse back at the damage caused by the deadly hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast a decade ago.
The panda team at the National Zoo say the surviving giant panda cub born last weekend is a boy, and his father is Tian Tian.
Forecasters and emergency agencies prepped for a long weekend as Tropical Storm Erika wobbled toward Puerto Rico and then the southern Atlantic coast.
A French-American academic who tried to subdue the Paris-train gunman shouted back to his wife "I got the gun," his wife said.
A food truck explosion sent mangled wreckage and debris flying as far as 100 feet and shattered windows of nearby homes in southwest Miami-Dade.
Of all the transformations Hurricane Katrina left in its wake 10 years ago, the story of one little kid's journey continues to amaze.
More than seven inches of rain fell Thursday night causing flash floods. Storms knocked out power to around 2,000 homes.