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From increasing tensions in Ukraine to a possible American jihadist death in Syria, see the stories we're following.
A gay Chicago couple is suing a cab company, claiming a driver tried to kick them out of his taxi for kissing in the backseat.
A Manhattan restaurant, Pranna, has been put on probation after a community board found its boozy brunches were fueling bad behavior among patrons.
Aren’t there laws to prevent children from handling guns like that? The answer is sadly, “Not really.”
The small plane was engulfed in flames after it crashed near the Southern New Mexico Fair Ground in Las Cruces. The fair doesn't open until Oct. 1.
Police would confirm only that crews were at the scene of a BP oil refinery in the Chicago suburb of Whiting, Indana, after an explosion was reported.
Five children, ages 3 to 12, were found safe in a massive search after the day care van they were in was stolen in Houston.
Four children, ages 3 to 6, were inside the SUV when its driver went into a fast food restaurant, leaving the engine idling, Houston police said.
An Amish man who was attacked and had his beard shaved completely off, is declining to press charges against his son, who police suspect in the assault. WTOV's Kelly Camarote reports.
Samuel Mullet and 16 others of the Amish sect he founded were convicted of hate crimes for a series of beard cuttings in Ohio in 2011.
Atlanta police shot a man Wednesday after he allegedly stabbed a Georgia State University officer with a butcher knife near a public park.
The rapper and five others were arrested after the fatal backstage shooting of a 38-year-old man in Mountain View, California.
A sister of the two Boston Marathon suspects has been arrested for allegedly threatening a New York City woman over the phone, police say.
Hurricanes Marie and Cristobal weren't forecast to make landfall, but beaches were closed and surf warnings were issued along both U.S. coasts.
A swimmer in distress was rescued from heavy surf that slammed the Orange County coastal community of Seal Beach and flooded beachfront homes.
Tropical Storm Marie hasn’t been deemed a threat to the U.S., but beach communities along the West Coast are seeing historic waves.