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Two Louisiana high school teachers are accused of having group sex with a 16-year-old student. WDSU's Travers Mackel reports.
Simply walking on a wire between two skyscrapers in the Windy City wasn't enough for daredevil Nik Wallenda, so he is upping the stakes.
If you witnessed domestic violence happening right in front of you, would you intervene? Jeff Rossen reports on a surprising social experiment.
Cnbc's Hampton Pearson announces that in September 248,000 jobs were added, dropping the unemployment rate to 5.9 percent, the lowest rate since July, 20008. A cnbc panel discusses.
A U.S. Airways flight was delayed Thursday night after live crabs on the plane's previous voyage escaped the cargo hold — sending the crew scrambling.
From another American getting diagnosed with Ebola to Turkey joining the fight against ISIS, see the stories we're following.
The family of a California teenager who was declared brain-dead last year is seeking an unprecedented court order declaring her alive.
California was roasting under an autumn heat wave Friday with temperatures into the low 100s even as the rest of the country unpacked winter clothes.
Vice President Joe Biden joked that his job can be a "bitch" while speaking to students on Thursday night.
Vice President Joe Biden joked that his job can be a "b****" while speaking to students on Thursday night.
Nine bears have been caught in two days in the Sierra Nevada as the ongoing drought forces bruins to roam further for food.
Sister Miriam Teresa, who took vows on her deathbed, will be the first Catholic proclaimed "blessed" on American soil.
Two pilots and two enlisted personnel were aboard the MV-22B Osprey when it took off from USS Makin Island on Wednesday in the Persian Gulf.
Williams College freshman David Weathers adjusts to life away from home and balances the financial pressures with football.
The hospital that initially sent home a man sickened with Ebola highlights an urgent need to better train medical staff on the virus, experts say.
A scandal over emails containing pornography by current and former members of the attorney general's office has gripped the Pennsylvania Capitol.
Damaging winds left more than 250,000 homes and businesses without power across Texas on Thursday and tornadoes were reported Arkansas and Missouri.
California Adventure Ferris wheel riders were stranded for about 90 minutes in high heat on Thursday after the ride broke down.
A line of powerful thunderstorms rumbled across the middle of the country Thursday, grounding flights in Chicago and Dallas.