One of the frightening emergency calls came from a man who said a daycare facility had been hit
A candid look at the men and women in one of the largest DA offices in the country; Watch Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
The Brown children used to never get along with each other, but that changed following the tornado in Moore
24 people were killed by the mammoth twister
Both the Boston bombers and London terror suspects were on government watch lists, so why didn't that prevent their actions?
The President pushed for an "end" to the war on terror on Thursday, but any change in counterterrorism policies must keep in mind continued threats
Colleges have resisted online education, but an influential educator has some new research that could change people's minds
Experts warn getting in shape for the big day shouldn't be the last item on a bride-to-be's checklist
Saturday at 9: A pastor's wife is found dead -- was it suicide or was he playing God? What happens to the kids after the pastor's secrets are revealed?
An honor student shot dead, an innocent victim of a gang war. An "48 Hours" investigation into drugs, guns, gangs and the battle for Chicago
The Michael Jackson brand is alive and well-paid: the pop legend has made more money in death than he ever did alive
Shin Dong-hyuk describes how three generations of a family are incarcerated if one family member is considered disloyal
A New York design team is using timeless materials and styles to create buildings that evoke nostalgia
Truck driver "bewildered" when bridge failure sends vehicles into river below, cuts route between Seattle, Canada ahead of holiday weekend
In summer resort town of Sea Bright, all 34 businesses destroyed; dozen reopening this weekend
David Andra of the National Weather Service was not only monitoring the deadly tornado but also checking up on his family living in Moore
Envoy's visit was seen as a fence-mending mission after Pyongyang angered Beijing with recent snubs and moves to develop its nuclear program
In a TV interview, Paula Broadwell says she regrets the relationship with then-CIA director David Petraeus that caused his resignation
A court is probing Christine Lagarde's role in $520M payment to a flamboyant tycoon when she served as French prime minister
Bombing of black church in Birmingham, Alabama, was turning point in Civil Rights movement
Lois Lerner, the head of the tax-exempt organizations division of the IRS, was placed on leave after refusing to resign, GOP senator says
Mayor Rob Ford says he is not an addict after a video purportedly show him using the drug
Spectacular picture shows iron workers installing final sections of New York City's tallest building
The baby gorilla arrived Thursday at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, joining 16 other gorillas there
Foreman of deadlocked jury on death penalty says 18 days Arias spent on witness stand hurt her
Rock band accuses ex-frontman Scott Weiland of misusing the band's name to advance his solo career
An attorney for the family of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin blasted new evidence set forth by George Zimmerman's defense team
Three gray fox pups delivered to Wolf Park in Indiana for a master's degree project to understand the species
Fed judge ruled that the office of America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff, Joe Arpaio, systematically racially profiled Latinos
The U.S. is the only advanced economy in the world that doesn't guarantee workers any paid time off
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