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Geena Rocero says the world needs to be open to a fluid conception of gender and more understanding for individuals.
Elaine Young looks up as a helicopter hovers above splintered trees and ice-cold, gelatinous mud, the remnants of a massive Washington landslide that wiped out her neighborhood.
WHAG's Abby Theodros reports on the rescue of a 14-year-old blind and deaf dog from a sinkhole in Maryland.
A magnitude-5.1 and magnitude-4.1 earthquake struck the L.A. area within 24 hours, leaving behind more than 100 aftershocks.
Meg Urry explains the sequence of discoveries that led to the marvelous new evidence of the birth pangs of the Big Bang.
Bill Richardson says a new international study highlights how climate change is real, how the planet's warming is a threat to the economy and environment
As the Affordable Care Act reaches a deadline, Paul Begala says its advantages are starting to become clear.
If you're cursing Mother Nature right now, we understand. And allergy season may be worse for residents of these 10 cities.
Less than nine months after she shoved her husband off a steep cliff just days into their marriage, a federal judge sentenced Jordan Linn Graham to 30 years in prison Thursday.
Pastor Gary Ray stood before his Oso, Washington, congregation, prepared for people to shake their fists at God. Instead -- amid the fear and the hurt -- he heard something else.
Woman charged with killing a Pennsylvania man she met through Craigslist has given another jailhouse interview
A mother and educator cringed when she realized her young sons would never sit still in class -- until she found teachers who no longer think studying quietly is the best way to learn.
CNN's Nick Valencia is given a firsthand look at a new, state-of-the-art training facility for emergency responders.
Guardian Centers may be a place to practice how to respond to a disaster, but that doesn't mean real danger is nonexistent.
An apparent dispute over housing ended with an 86-year-old New York man shooting his grandson and killing his grandson's girlfriend before fatally shooting himself, a law enforcement source said Saturday.
As rescue teams struggle to find possible bodies buried in mud, the state of Washington will hold a moment of silence Saturday morning at the exact hour one week ago when a landslide struck a rural community, killing 17 people.