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Lava creeps towards Hawaiian homes, internet tax lights up Hungary, space rocket goes up in flames, Beluga whale gives birth and more.
Authorities in Washington have released the 911 calls of the shooting that left two students dead and three injured at a high school near Seattle.
In video obtained by NBC News, an agent posing as a repairman entered a Las Vegas casino villa to secretly record the suspects' online activity.
John Spinello created the popular game “Operation” 50 years ago. Today, the 77-year-old man can’t afford to pay for the oral surgery he needs.
Like a scene out of a Hollywood movie, FBI agents posed as Internet repairmen as part of a major gambling bust in Las Vegas.
Tom Menino, Boston’s longest-serving mayor who led the city through its darkest hour after the Boston Marathon bombings, has died at age 71.
Chuck Todd reports on the coming midterm elections and suggests Southern Democrats are leaving Barack Obama behind for Bill and Hillary.
Millions are keeping an eye on the weather as an arctic blast, the first freeze of the season for many, arrives just in time for Halloween weekend.
Kaci Hickox, who is refusing to be quarantined after treating patients in West Africa, stepped outside her home in Maine to go for a bike ride.
A small twin-engine plane crashed into a building at Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita, Kansas, killing the pilot and leaving 5 passengers injured.
Officials nabbed suspected cop killer Eric Frein in a hangar at the Pocono Mountain Airport after a 48-day manhunt.
Accused cop-killer Eric Frein has been captured by Pennsylvania State Police, according to a senior law enforcement official.
Agents marked the parts so they could be identified, but suspect slipped away and two live grenades from shipment were later found at a crime scene in Mexico.
Crisis expert managers help students and teachers prepare to return to school in wake of deadly shooting. KING's Elisa Hahn reports.
Maine's Governor LePage says that the nurse who was in West Africa treating Ebola patients is "not acting as smart as she probably should."
The celebration in San Francisco's streets turned raucous and violent, with two people shot, two stabbed and 40 arrested, police said.
Wrapping up a trip across West Africa, U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power pressed other countries to join the fight against Ebola.