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Dozens of passengers were injured after the roof of a bus carrying students sheared off during a crash with an overpass in Lakeview, New York, according to police.
A disaster was narrowly averted in eastern India Saturday after a runaway train carrying up to 1,000 passengers rolled with speed for several miles before being brought to an emergency stop by railway staff.
A series of detonations were set off in a river in Heilongjiang, China, in an effort prevent ice jams, which can be dangerous for nearby residents.
From Syria to China to the US border, the President is embroiled in plenty of tensions at home and abroad
Donald Trump always strives to command center stage, but the pugilistic American President is now embroiled in so many escalating global and domestic tests of will, it's becoming impossible to keep count.
Kassem Eid, who survived a gas attack in Syria in 2013, shares a strong message with the international community.
The Justice Department on Monday is expected to name Chicago's top federal prosecutor, US attorney John Lausch, to oversee the FBI's production of documents to the House Judiciary Committee, after President Donald Trump angrily accused it of "stalling" the release.
Life coach Tony Robbins apologized Sunday for his comments about the #MeToo movement after suggesting during a March event that some women use it to gain significance by playing the victim.
The US denied attacking a Syrian airfield Sunday, hours after President Donald Trump tweeted "Animal Assad" would have a "big price to pay" for an alleged chemical weapons attack.
A search for a missing 5-year-old boy in Tennessee turned into a homicide investigation after authorities arrested his father. CNN affilitate WZTV's Mikayla Lewis reports.
Stormy Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, has once again filed a motion to depose President Donald Trump and his lawyer, Michael Cohen, to ask about a $130,000 payout before the 2016 election.
Voters in Anchorage, Alaska, narrowly rejected a proposal to restrict bathroom access for transgender people, the first time such a measure was decided at the ballot box.
Marc Fisher, senior editor at the Washington Post, tells Brian Stelter that when "the Post's critical reporting gets under the president's skin," the president lashes out at Amazon. Jeff Bezos owns the Post and runs Amazon. Fisher emphasizes that the two companies are run as separate entities.