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Lifeguard hospitalized, treated for head trauma and later released. One suspect also hospitalized. Police investigations continue.
A 5-week-old puppy was stolen at knife-point on a Chicago Transit Authority Orange Line train on Tuesday.
A sheriff's officer rescued a wailing, sweat-soaked toddler from inside a locked minivan parked at a Costco in New Jersey on Thursday.
Body cameras on three University of Cincinnati police officers captured the shooting death of Samuel DuBose on July 19, 2015 as well as the aftermath.
After almost two days, the protesters lowered themselves to the Willamette River, clearing the way for the Fennica to continue on its way to Alaska.
Joseph F. Trustey, 53, and Anna Trustey, 18, were flying to the Midwest for a college visit tour when their plane crashed and caught fire.
CVS deliberately overcharged some pharmacy customers for generic drugs by submitting claims to their insurance companies at inflated prices, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court.
An area roughly the size of Alabama has been searched of the coast of Florida after the 14-year-olds disappeared during a boating trip Friday.
Hercules and Leo will stay put because chimps aren't "legal persons," a New York judge reluctantly ruled Thursday.
Fire Chief David Downey told reporters that the dispatcher's handling of a call of a teenager shot was "unforgivable." The dispatcher resigned.
The man who presided over the Usaamah Rahim terrorism case, helped lead the 2001 Anthrax investigation, and saw the FBI through the Boston bombing trial has announced his retirement today.
Some 7,000 firefighters are battling 14 large wildfires across California, as triple-digit temperatures and wind gusts pushing flames in unpredictable directions.
The man, looking frustrated in security video, "mumbled something under his breath as he walked out" of the Rhode Island restaurant, police say.
The absence of violent unrest has been among the most remarkable aspects of the response to the death of Samuel DeBose.
A U.S. government map details more than 600 attacks on U.S. government, military and corporate targets, including Google and Lockheed Martin.
Surveillance video from the Grand Theatre in Lafayette shows John Houser casually buying a ticket, crossing the lobby, and walking toward Theater 14.
A surveillance camera inside the Grand 16 Theater shows John Russell Houser purchasing a movie ticket and then walking into an auditorium.