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To call the news surrounding vaccinations a "debate" is misleading. The scientific and medical consensus is clear: Vaccinations are safe, and they work.
A Southern California day care has shut down because an infant there -- who's too young to get vaccinated -- contracted measles, another case in the re-emergence of the disease on the West Coast.
Did Katy Perry's halftime show jump the shark with two dancing sharks? Jeanne Moos introduces the dancers beneath the shark suits.
Two people on a joyride earned a bit of bad karma when they fled the scene after their ATV spun out of control and into a parked car. WCVB caught the crash.
For his age, 21-month-old toddler Brayden Ledoux has some amazing basketball skills. CNN affiliate WTIC reports.
When Florida deputies peered into the windows of a Mini Cooper, they never expected to find four men, along with four dead deer. CNN affiliate WKMG reports.
An underground explosion in Brooklyn, New York, blew off a manhole cover and it was all caught on camera.
While delivering his winter forecast, Jimmy the Groundhog bit the mayor of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. CNN affiliate WISC reports.
Sen. Rand Paul raised eyebrows on Monday with a combative interview with a female reporter and controversial comments defending his insistence on voluntary vaccinations.
The rash of measles cases across the country has affected some states more than others. And, not surprisingly, the rules for vaccinating vary wildly from coast to coast.
The Northeast digs out again. Cuba shares Castro photographs. And Bobbi Kristina Brown fights for her life.
From the Plains to the Northeast, a second brutal winter storm in a week has left behind a deadly trail and record amounts of snow.