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From the ransom email over journalist James Foley to another calmer night in Ferguson, Missouri, see the stories we’re following.
A crowdfunding campaign launched earlier this week has now raised nearly $200,000 in support of Darren Wilson, his family and any legal fees.
An 11-year-old boy was badly burned when he rode his bicycle into a street filled with hot tar that had no warning signs, his family alleges.
Despair and disparity were long building in Ferguson, say three residents who explain how their town became a place of rage.
The national-security leaker's lawyers say they are ready to sue to force the military prison to provide gender-reassignment treatment.
On an otherwise peaceful night of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, seven people were arrested Thursday night.
On an otherwise peaceful night of protests in Ferguson, Missouri, at least one person was arrested Thursday night.
Nicole Vaisey and her boyfriend Stephen Howells Jr. kidnapped the two girls, 7 and 12, and planned to turn them into slaves, an investigator said.
A patient who recently returned from West Africa has tested negative for the Ebola virus, California health officials announced Thursday.
A plane carrying the first bodies of victims of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 arrived in Kuala Lumpur as the country prepares for a day of mourning.
A California patient who recently returned from West Africa has tested negative for the Ebola virus, the state Health Department announced Thursday.
Six months after becoming a viral sensation at the Grammys, Pharrell Williams' Vivienne Westwood hat is now the star of one of the latest exhibits at the Newseum.
No motive has ever emerged for Cody Mark Cousins' attack on fellow student Andrew Boldt at the Indiana college in January.
Two germ-fighting robots are on their way to Liberia to help combat spread of Ebola. Will Whitson reports.
A college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded guilty Thursday to impeding the investigation into the deadly attack.
Lightning strikes an Idaho woman as she and her daughter record a passing storm. KHQ's Liz Burch reports.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says continued improvement of the security situation prompted his withdrawal order.
One firefighter is in critical condition and another was also hurt after their truck came too close to power lines during the fundraiser.