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Residents of a Cape Coral, Florida neighborhood are upset with river otters that have decimated the local duck population. WBBH's Joe Roetz reports.
Two Super Hornet fighter jets collided off the of North Carolina, but four airmen escaped with only minor injuries, officials said Thursday.
Tonya Couch, the mother of the "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch, was indicted Thursday for helping him escape to Mexico.
NASA called off attempts to inflate the first privately built expandable room on the International Space Station on Thursday.
Governors from Texas, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Oklahoma, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Utah are also on board.
President Barack Obama addressed Donald Trump's candidacy in remarks Thursday from Japan.
Army Reserve Sgt. Kendall Oliver, who saw duty in Afghanistan, filed a lawsuit against The Barbershop in Rancho Cucamonga.
Family and friends of Missy Bevers, the murdered Texas fitness instructor, say they were recently sent friend requests from her Facebook account.
Riders are fanned out at SoulCycle locations — as well as on our plaza — to make a difference. TODAY's Carson Daly explains how you can help.
The New York State Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed the bill, which exempts feminine hygiene products like sanitary napkins, tampons, and panty liners from the state's sales and compensating use tax. The State Assembly previously approved the measure. Five other states- Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and New Jersey- already exempt...
In an interview with TODAY, TSA chief Peter Neffenger said agents must pay more attention in the high-threat environment of airport security.
One Idaho mom says her mentally disabled son was the victim of months of mental and physical abuse at the hands of a trio of white football players.
Here are five key questions brought to the forefront by the State Department inspector general's report into Clinton's use of a private email server.
Their arrests come eight months after the death of Dr. Kiersten Cerveny, a Long Island dermatologist who was found in a Manhattan apartment building.
Multiple videos show a tornado that was reportedly a half-mile wide touching down late on Wednesday night, ravaging parts of Kansas.
Some 140,000 people were killed when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945.
Billionaire Peter Thiel says he bankrolled Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker because he it was "worth fighting back" against a "terrible bully."
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.