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Police officers in Carrollton, Texas, were astonished to discover a six-week-old baby in the backseat of a car that led them on a high-speed chase.
Police in Maryland released surveillance video of a young boy hitting an armed suspect during a robbery on May 20.
The ACLU labeled the lawsuit 'a political stunt' — and some legal experts believe it was filed too soon.
A Seattle City Light equipment failure at a substation in downtown Seattle caused a large power outage early Wednesday afternoon.
The tornado, said to be a half-mile-wide wedge, damaged homes but no injuries were immediately reported.
Tara Dimoh wants to make sure no other student is punished the way her son was for talking during class. KSL's Ashley Kewish reports.
The protests were less confrontational in Anaheim Wednesday afternoon than in Albuquerque the night before , where smoke grenades were used.
One man died and three other people in the shooting in a third-floor green room at Irving Plaza. T.I. had not yet taken the stage.
Two Jonesboro, Arkansas, police officers say "it's a miracle" that the 13-year-old boy was found, and pulled to safety without injury.
The tornado, described as a half-mile-wide wedge, struck several farmhouses just barely skirted south of Chapman, Kansas, the state patrol said.
Two Michigan lawmakers who were forced from office in a sex scandal faced a key hearing Wednesday. WDIV's Guy Gordon reports.
Powerless traffic signals caused delays for buses and the light rail, and employees in the city's commercial district were forced to stop working.
Maru, a dog currently serving as tourism ambassador for Japan's Mie Prefecture, dresses as a ninja to welcome visitors ahead of G7 summit. NTV&#
An anonymous U.S. buyer bought the 'holy grail of publishing' plus three other early Shakespeare folios for a total of $3.68 million.
Lawyers for Judicial Watch, who are inquiring into Clinton's use of a private e-mail server, will take a statement from Mills under oath on Friday.
Created by President Woodrow Wilson in 1915, the National Park Service now includes 411 protected areas — including 59 parks — encompassing 84 million acres.
The sports apparel company, Live Love Gameday, is under fire for selling the shirt that reads, "Girls who love baseball are rare. Wife 'em up."
How are antibiotics, cow patties and climate change all linked?
The use of cardiac stress tests have skyrocketed, but a leading cardiologist says they're often unnecessary and can lead to more expensive and riskier procedures.
Cassandra Calloway, who worked for the TSA for 10 years, says most of the 42,000 TSA officers are well-trained — and it's often unprepared passengers who slow lines.