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An out-of-control tour bus sped through the streets of downtown San Francisco until it crashed into a construction site.
'Star Trek' star George Takei talks to CNN's Michael Smerconish about what it was like to grow up in a Japanese-American internment camp.
Surveillance video shown in the trial of Philip Chism, a former Massachusetts high school student accused of raping and killing his algebra teacher, shows him following the woman moments before her slaying.
Bley Bilal Mokono took his son to Stade de France to see Germany and France play and saw one of the terrorists, who he says was sweating and looked strange.
Expressing outrage at ISIS' perversion of his religion, the chairman of the Grand Mosque of Paris called on Thursday for military action against the group's stronghold in Syria.
Nearly 40 years after receiving a life sentence for his role in the largest mass abduction in U.S. history, James Schoenfeld -- one of the three infamous Chowchilla school bus kidnappers -- will walk out of a California prison this week a free man.
Ben Carson on Thursday compared safeguarding Americans from Islamic terrorists who may sneak into the country as refugees to parents protecting their children from rabid dogs.
Six men suspected of belonging to an ISIS terror cell have been arrested by authorities in the Middle East country of Kuwait.
The House easily passed a bill Thursday that would suspend the program allowing Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the U.S. until key national security agencies certify they don't pose a security risk.
Country singer Joey Feek began hospice care after receiving a terminal diagnosis in August. She is sharing her last days on social media.
The suspected ringleader of the Paris attacks is dead, the city's prosecutor's office said Thursday.
A Texas woman told police she hid as a man who earlier had drinks with her family at a campsite shot four of her relatives in the woods then killed her husband and daughter in a camper.
The mother of Doug Flutie died of a heart attack less than a hour after her husband passed away following an illness, the former Heisman Trophy winner said Wednesday on Facebook.