Partial collapse over Skagit River dumped vehicles and people into water; 3 people rescued
A candid look at the men and women in one of the largest DA offices in the country; Watch Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
President warns of dangers of "perpetual wartime footing" in major speech outlining future of American counterterrorism policy
Doctors feared Jennifer Doan would never walk again after she sustained fractured sternum and spine in twister, but she's proving them wrong
24 people were killed by the mammoth twister
Bow ties aren't just for tuxedos anymore, they can be worn formally and casually
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
Allen Pizzey visits Agnone, a town in Italy that owes its success to never changing the design of the bells they've been making for 10 centuries
A New York design team is using timeless materials and styles to create buildings that evoke nostalgia
Jurors who convicted Jodi Arias of first-degree murder were unable to reach unanimous decision on her sentence
They'll have to say where animal was born, raised, slaughtered, not just give country of origin; Industry groups protest, consumer groups cheer
The president's visit is to showcase the recovery efforts in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
Shayla Taylor was in labor at Moore Medical Center when the deadly twister hit
Students who survived the storm gathered with their teachers at another Moore school that wasn't damaged
He's leading benefit concert; She's donating $1M from recent tour to help victims of massive tornado
Pakistani lawyer claims strikes have killed thousands of innocent civilians, a number the White House disputes
Teen says she was afraid to go inside on morning of collapse; standing up for workers' rights in Bangladesh can be dangerous
Cameras were rolling at NBC Wichita affiliate KSN-TV when the weatherman followed their own advice and ran for cover
Michael Adebolajo was a Christian who converted to Islam around 2003 and took part in several demonstrations by a radical group in London
"Operation Swill" found that TGI Fridays, other restaurants in N.J. poured cheap alcohol -- or worse -- into premium bottles
Academy Award-winning filmmaker talks about his latest documentary "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks"
Police say actress tossed one from window of her Manhattan apartment; Charged with reckless endangerment, possessing marijuana
But gay adults will still be barred from serving as Scout leaders; policy change takes effect Jan. 1
They fear it's putting their members' coverage at risk and say WH not agreeing to help; Could cause problems for Dems in 2014 elections
Head of tax-exempt organizations division, Lois Lerner, sidelined amid agency's targeting scandal
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