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Crews are working to clear the highway after a boulder the size of a two-story house fell onto the road.
Experts say leaky pipes are one of the largest water wasters in drought-plagued California. Mike Luery reports.
More than two-thirds of Democratic voters think Hillary Clinton will win the party's presidential nomination, while Republicans think Jeb Bush is the most likely to win -- according to an online poll.
Hillary Clinton makes it official, Marco Rubio does too, President Obama meets with the Iraqi Prime Minister, GOP contenders gather in New Hampshire and I get my donuts!
The bodies were found Friday in Floral Park, Queens home, and carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected as the cause of death.
An on-board dashcam captured video of the school bus hydroplaning and rollling over in a high-speed crash. Ten students were on the bus at the time of the crash.
Friday's arrest is the most recent in a string of embarrassing incidents for the Secret Service lately.
The penalty phase against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev begins April 21 following his conviction this week on all 30 criminal counts in the marathon bombing.
The penalty phase in the trial of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will begin on April 21, the judge said in an order issued Friday.
Police, Fire and Coroner's office officials brief the media on the continuing search and rescue efforts in Fairdale, Illinois, after a tornado destroyed most of the town.
When Hillary Clinton announces that she is launching her presidential campaign, it will be the end of nearly two years of dodging the question and saying that she's "thinking" about it.
A domestic kidnapping led to a fatal shooting at the U.S. Census Bureau. NBC News' Tracie Potts reports.
Caleb Bryan was driving along route 251, heading toward Rochelle, Illinois, when he saw a huge tornado ahead of him, and stopped to take video of it.
Crying leads a teen to an infant girl abandoned in a South Carolina dumpster. Stephanie Robusto reports.
Nearly 50 survivors and family members of those killed in the Nov. 5, 2009, shooting massacre at Fort Hood are awarded Purple Hearts on Friday morning.
A manhunt is underway for the gunman who shot an Anne Arundel County police officer outside a convenience store early Friday morning.
Obama and Castro are expected to cross paths again at the two-day Summit of the Americas in Panama, an encounter rife with opportunity and symbolism.