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Aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas analyzes the latest satellite images, saying the debris pictures "have to be wreckage"
A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld two provisions of a Texas abortion law pertaining to hospital privileges for physicians who perform abortions and protocols for abortion-inducing drugs.
Tornadoes touched down during storms in Northern California damaging over a dozen homes in Roseville.
Hundreds of mourners remembered fallen Windermere, Florida, police officer Robert German on Thursday in a moving tribute that elicited both laughter and tears.
As the death toll climbs in Washington, CNN's George Howell reports on one man's traumatic story of survival and loss.
When a body is extracted from the mud, "You can almost hear a pin drop out there. You see seasoned veterans in this business, they start to tear up," District Fire Chief Travis Hots says.
The families of those on board Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been waiting for answers for 20 days. The loved ones of those who were passengers on Malaysia Airlines 653 have been waiting for 37 years.
A janitor, who works at a homeless shelter, is suspected of killing his wife and kidnapping a homeless eight-year-old girl.
A deaf Houston couple is outraged after a note saying "text deaf and dumb" was left on their lost luggage.
Every time a report comes out that something has been seen that may be related to missing Malaysia Flight 370, hopes have risen. And then, they have fallen.
"Well, how do you remember any son?" John Regelbrugge II said in a telephone call from his home in northern California. "I mean, you know, he was just one hell of a man. He was a great boy, very active in sports. He loved to hunt. He was one of my hunting partners for years until he went to the Navy."
According to court documents that surfaced this week, General Motors' engineers knew about ignition-switch problems in the Chevrolet Cobalt as early as 2009. The company may have been aware of the dangers as early as 2005 soon after the first Cobalts rolled off the assembly line in 2004. Since 2009, at least a dozen deaths have resulted from the flaw in which, upon impact, the ignition switch slips out of the "on" position and thus prevented airbags from deploying. Last month, GM announced the recall of 1.6 million Cobalts.
The FBI's Ten Most Wanted list now includes a man suspected of killing a young New York mother and her toddler son execution-style in 2010.