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A U.S. warplane attacked a medical charity hospital in Afghanistan after its crew mistook the hospital for a compound taken over by the Taliban.
The NFL legend, who died in August, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy — which is often associated with concussions.
Penn State could still face claims from six or even more alleged victims in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, according to university documents.
Obama will speak from the White House after meeting with his national security team in the Situation Room.
14-year-old Lucas Etter's fleet fingers and sharp eye can solve a Rubik's Cube in less than five seconds. WLEX's Jessica Reyes reports that Lucas solved a classic Rubik's Cube recently quick enough to win a world record.
While Laquan McDonald's family opposed the release of dashcam video showing his death, " "now the whole world knows what happened," the attorney said.
A Russian jet is shot down, a video ignites Chicago protests, California glows after a winter storm and more.
Charlie Sheen's ex, Amanda Bruce, used a pill to prevent HIV. The CDC says many Americans don't know about although they should.
The Brennan Center for Justice has predicted that murder rates will be up in 2015 but overall crime rates will be down. The finding calls into question the theory of "the Ferguson Effect."
Americans trying to get out of town for Thanksgiving face more intense screening, longer security lines and a scary global warning U.S. authorities.
President Obama delivers a statement at the White House after meeting with his national security team.
Detroit police say a 17-year-old suspect turned himself in after a gruesome murder that left a 91-year-old victim dead and his home burned. WDIV'
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and city employees held a rally Tuesday to promote compassion toward refugees. WAVE's Kasey Cunningham reports.
A Colorado inmate dies after being taken off life support, weeks after an "incident" involving jail personnel. KUSA's Melissa Blasius r
Demonstrators took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday night after police released dashcam video of the shooting of a black teen by a white officer.
Nineteen people in seven states are sick with an E coli infection linked to chicken salad from Costco, federal health officials said Tuesday.
Americans traveling for Thanksgiving face more intense screening, longer security lines and travel fears.