National

Jun. 29, 2015

Police say a New York City man driving a stolen car took the wrong road and ended up lost and without gas in Pennsylvania.

Jun. 26, 2015

Authorities say a man has been bitten multiple times by a shark on North Carolina's Outer Banks, the fifth such attack in the past two weeks.

Jun. 26, 2015

New York City businesses could soon need to convert some of their bathrooms to gender-neutral facilities.

Jun. 26, 2015

A new study suggests too much vitamin B-12 boost a person's risk for developing acne.

Jun. 26, 2015

A funeral service for the Reverend Clementa Pinckney will be held at the TD Arena at the College of Charleston.

Jun. 26, 2015

Supreme Court says same-sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.

Jun. 26, 2015

Air Products says all its employees are accounted for after an attack on a factory in southwestern France. It has not confirmed whether its staff were among the two people reported injured and one dead. The company says in a statement that all employees have been evacuated from the site, which is secure.

Jun. 26, 2015

Education officials have voted to fire a Georgia special education teacher accused of putting a student with autism in a trash can.

Jun. 25, 2015

President Obama responded to the Supreme Court Decision that upheld his Affordable Care Act national subsidies.

Jun. 25, 2015

Public health officials are reminding people not to treat swimming pools like a toilet!

Jun. 25, 2015

The latest fireworks safety poll reveals that people are three times more likely to wear eye protection while cleaning and repairing their homes than they are while handling fireworks.

Jun. 25, 2015

The Girl Scouts of central Maryland are reaching out to girls this summer in neighborhoods hit hard by the civil unrest. They're providing several week long day camps with an emphasis on STEM, but with far reaching results.

Jun. 25, 2015

Supreme Court gives Obama second big health care win in ruling upholding nationwide subsidies.

Jun. 25, 2015

The parents of a Houston journalist taken hostage in Syria in 2012 have applauded President Barack Obama's decision to not prosecute families for paying ransoms to kidnappers.

Jun. 25, 2015

Television actor Dustin Diamond is scheduled to be sentenced on two misdemeanor charges stemming from a barroom stabbing in Wisconsin.

Jun. 24, 2015

Bobbi Kristina Brown is being moved to hospice care after months in the hospital.

Jun. 24, 2015

A new tick-borne virus called the 'Bourbon Virus' is deadly and unlike anything previously seen in the U.S.

Jun. 24, 2015

Who says you need a large area to show off your green thumb.

Jun. 24, 2015

A Gulf Shores, Alabama police officer has been disciplined following the death of a police K9 that was left in a hot patrol car.

Jun. 24, 2015

Olive Garden's parent company, Darden Restaurants, is telling its restaurants to clean the carpets less often in a major cost-cutting measure.

Jun. 24, 2015

Fox News Channel and Sarah Palin are cutting ties again. The network said Wednesday that it was not renewing Palin's contract as a contributor.

Jun. 24, 2015

The world's first set of giant panda twins born this year met the public for the first time Tuesday.

Jun. 24, 2015

With a heat wave gripping much of the nation, the tragedy of children being forgotten in parked cars is at the forefront again.

Jun. 24, 2015

Hundreds gathered at the South Carolina state capitol Tuesday to call for the removal remove of the the Confederate battle flag from statehouse grounds.

Jun. 24, 2015

Across the world, regulations on flight restrictions for drones are growing, and the wildfire-plagued areas around Fresno County, California are no different.

Jun. 24, 2015

The nation's oldest and largest flag manufacturer has decided to stop making and selling the Confederate flag.

Jun. 24, 2015

Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension lasted more than 10 hours Tuesday, ending in the early evening.

Jun. 23, 2015

The consumer reviews service Angie's List has filed a federal lawsuit against Amazon Local, accusing the Amazon.com subsidiary of stealing proprietary information.

Jun. 23, 2015

A former child actor who starred in one of the "Star Wars" movie sequels was in an all-out flight from South Carolina law officers that hit speeds of about 120 miles an hour, according to details of Jake Broadbent's arrest released Tuesday.

Jun. 23, 2015

A South Carolina senator has proposed a bill that would move the Confederate flag from the Statehouse to a relic room in a museum.

Jun. 23, 2015

The death of a loved one can be hard for anyone to deal with, but one Virginia funeral home believes they have something that can help.

Jun. 23, 2015

Dick Van Patten, the genial comic actor best known as the patriarch of TV's "Eight is Enough," has died, according to his publicist Daniel Bernstein.

Jun. 23, 2015

The confederate flag has flown at the South Carolina capitol for 54 years.

Jun. 23, 2015

The shooting deaths of nine people at a black church in Charleston, South Carolina, have reignited calls for the Confederate flag flying on the grounds of the Statehouse in Columbia to come down. Rallies are being held, and politicians have joined the chorus of voices calling for its removal - an opinion that has carried political risks in the state in the past.

Jun. 23, 2015

Hip-hop music mogul Diddy has been released on bail from a Los Angeles County jail after an alleged assault at UCLA, where his son plays football.

Jun. 22, 2015

An update this morning on the investigation into last week's deadly shootings at a South Carolina church and the outpouring of emotion as that town comes to grips with an unthinkable crime.

Jun. 22, 2015

U.S. airlines continue to collect record fees from passengers who check suitcases or make changes to their reservations.

Jun. 22, 2015

A giant panda gave birth to twin female cubs this morning at a panda breeding center in southwest China. It's the world's first set of giant panda twins born in 2015.

Jun. 22, 2015

Sales of existing homes surged to a five-and-a-half year high last month.

Jun. 22, 2015

Egg shortage effects continue to be felt by restaurants across the United States.

Jun. 22, 2015

General Mills is dropping artificial colors and flavors from its cereals, the latest company to respond to a growing desire for food made with ingredients people see as natural.

Jun. 22, 2015

Apple says it's bowing to concerns raised by pop superstar Taylor Swift. The giant tech company now plans to pay royalties to artists and record labels during a free, three-month trial of its new streaming music service.

Jun. 19, 2015

Security cameras show construction workers walking across Pennsylvania bridge as it collapses.

Jun. 19, 2015

The woman who survived a shooting massacre at a historic black church in Charleston by playing dead even as her son was killed told the suspect that their Bible study welcomed him with open arms, but now she'll never be the same.

Jun. 19, 2015

Doctor prescribe yoga to help patients recover from traumatic brain injuries.

Jun. 19, 2015

Charleston shooting shows a sanctuary meant for solace can also be a den for danger, and that's why staff at Real Believers Faith Center in north Minneapolis say they carry guns.

Jun. 19, 2015

A long break from learning can cause students to lose some of their skills from the previous school year, but there are ways to battle that brain drain.

Jun. 19, 2015

The Charleston church massacre has sparked an outpouring of grief and disbelief, as well as a renewed interest in gun control.

Jun. 19, 2015

Brian Williams says he let his ego get the better of him in telling stories that exaggerated his role in reporting news stories.

Jun. 19, 2015

A New York high school whose sports teams have been called the Orientals for more than a century is ditching the nickname.

Jun. 18, 2015

Former President George W. Bush is one of three men being honored in New York as a "Father of the Year," just days before Father's Day.

Jun. 18, 2015

Perhaps one of the best gifts you can give this Father's Day - is a nudge to see a doctor. All too often men brush off symptoms that could be early signals for heart disease.

Jun. 18, 2015

Flu season may be over, officially, but scientists are always trying to learn more about how the virus mutates and travels.

Jun. 18, 2015

You need to take a few steps when you close a bank account so it doesn't come back to haunt you.

Jun. 18, 2015

Shark researcher says to expect more shark bites following Wednesday's attack at Daytona Beach Shores.

Jun. 18, 2015

A unique "texting lane" on a staircase at Utah Valley University is getting lots of attention.

Jun. 18, 2015

The police chief in Charleston says the white man suspected of killing nine people inside a historic black church has been captured in North Carolina.

Jun. 18, 2015

Speculation says NBC and Brian Williams came to an agreement that will keep Williams at NBC when his six-month suspension ends in August.

Jun. 18, 2015

Alexander Hamilton, who has been featured on the $10 bill since 1929, is making way for a woman.

Jun. 18, 2015

Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen says the suspect in a fatal shooting was at a historic black church attending a prayer meeting and stayed for almost an hour.

Jun. 17, 2015

CHARLESTON, SC - Authorities in Charleston, South Carolina are responding to a shooting at a church. There are reports of multiple people being shot.

Jun. 17, 2015

The St. Louis Cardinals were not caught off-guard when details of the FBI and Justice Department investigation into computer hacking of the Houston Astros database were revealed.

Jun. 17, 2015

A federal program helps pay for children's lunches during summer break, but millions of eligible kids aren't getting those meals.

Jun. 17, 2015

Does anyone really "win" at E3? That's the angle all the post-show analysis tends to take.

Jun. 17, 2015

The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97 in Cleveland on Tuesday night to win the NBA Finals 105-97.

Jun. 17, 2015

After teasing the idea many times, Donald Trump announced Tuesday he's officially seeking the Republican nomination for president.

Jun. 17, 2015

Artificial trans-fats are generally unsafe and food manufacturers will have to phase out their use over the next three years, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.

Jun. 17, 2015

A family is mourning the death of their teenage daughter who died after complications during a wisdom teeth extraction.

Jun. 17, 2015

Molly Shattuck, a former Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, faces up to 15 years in prison after admitting to having sex with a 15-year-old boy.

Jun. 17, 2015

The bird flu outbreak in the Midwest that's raised prices on eggs and roasting turkeys has lowered the price on chicken in the U.S.

Jun. 17, 2015

Online retail giant Amazon says it is developing the technology to use drones to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less, a broad expansion of unmanned flight that is raising concerns about safety, security and privacy.

Jun. 16, 2015

Sometimes just getting to work or taking the time to shop can be tough. If you happen to be visually impaired, the task can be almost impossible.

Jun. 16, 2015

Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP leader accused of misrepresenting her race, sat for an exclusive live interview with Matt Lauer this morning on the Today Show.

Jun. 16, 2015

Irish Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan told reporters in Dublin that all five of those killed when a balcony collapsed in Berkeley, California, were Irish students in the U.S. on temporary visas. He said a 21st birthday party was underway in the building at the time of the accident.

Jun. 15, 2015

A suburban Philadelphia man who sent a scratch-and-sniff birthday card laced with the deadly poison ricin to a romantic rival has been sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison.