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Crews in Washington working to clean up landslide debris face toxic and dangerous conditions. CNN's Ana Cabrera reports.
A Texas man says he's caught the mysterious chupacabra, but a wildlife official isn't so sure. KAVU reports.
It was no April Fool's prank. Wearing a T-shirt declaring, "Luck of the Jedi I Have," a California man showed up at state lottery headquarters with a Powerball ticket he'd been holding on to since February.
Again stepping into the role of compromise-seeker, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine is launching what may be a long-shot effort to forge bipartisan compromise over a minimum wage increase.
The Puerto Rican actress opened up about her abusive upbringing and wild show business history in her new memoir, "Handbook for an Unpredictable Life."
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, called to Capitol Hill to explain misbehavior by her agents, insisted the problems were not reflective of the broader culture at her agency.
The calendar said March, but Monday clearly was Valentine's day -- James Valentine, to be specific -- when the 21-year-old Pennsylvania man survived a work accident that sent the razor-sharp teeth of a chainsaw blade deep into his neck and shoulder, and barely a centimeter from a vital artery.
Ted Turner says we need to support the EPA finally protecting wetlands and streams, which were caught in a legal limbo, uncovered by the Clean Water Act. This poses a threat to all of us.
The run has been extended for an exhibit of Japanese toys, the most popular show ever at San Francisco Airport's SFO Museum.
Crews find three more bodies in the 640-acre debris field near the town of Oso in the North Cascade Mountains.
Rep. Joe Barton asks GM CEO Mary Barra about how the automaker determines whether or not parts meet its specifications.
The 10-year-old American girl went to the Vatican on a prayer of maybe, just maybe, meeting the Pope this week to deliver an important message.
Who's the man in the photos? That's the question historians are trying to answer after a collection surfaced of some 450 photo booth portraits, taken of the same man over what appears to be decades.
Chicago is the third-largest U.S. city, home to nearly 3 million people and the gateway to America's heartland. Like many other cities, it's working hard to combat violent gangs that make it dangerous to grow up in certain neighborhoods.
Chicago's mayor explains how he lost his finger, and nearly lost his life as a teen. Watch Chicagoland Thursdays at 10pE.
Imagine: you are sitting with friends, one day in the distant future, in a space-age house, while robot servants cook dinner, fold laundry and mow the lawn.
Two thirds of the world population does not have Internet access. Facebook already has more than a billion users on its service, but before it can sign up the rest of world it needs to get them online.
Monsters of the deep will have a man-made horror to contend with, as the Crabster CR200 is released into the oceans. Weighing over half a ton, the six-legged, crustacean-inspired robot is intended for the most dangerous undersea exploration.