It surfaces on same day Vikings star reinstated by team after missing one game following first accusation; Major sponsor ices deal with team
Museum's newest exhibit, opening just in time for anniversary, helps it tell the complete story of 9/11
Tens of thousands of Americans live with injuries or illnesses caused by 9/11, and many are still waiting for help from the government
Al Qaeda is on its heels, but a number of emerging groups are poised to pick up the torch and carry on the group's terrorist mission
"Salute The Runway" brought 14 female troops to show attended by Bobbi Brown and Lauren Hutton
As part of our continuing series “On the Road,” Steve Hartman meets Kathy Rackley who had a chance encounter with Malcolm Mitchell at a Barnes & Noble
A millennia-spanning exhibition at the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas in Austin is devoted to our fascinating four-legged companions
Seven police officers wrote nearly 12,000 speeding tickets last year, providing a-third of Waldo, Florida's revenue
Ford MyKey, GM Family Link and other options let parents set limits and track their teens on the road
Symantec VP says policy of blocking LGBT sites inconsistent with "values and the mission of our software"
Michael Brown, 18, was fatally shot by a police officer on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Mo., sparking protests and bringing national attention to police treatment of African-Americans
A man who stepped into traffic and then set himself on fire in an apparent suicide attempt has been connected to a woman found dead in a Cleveland home
With the Adrian Peterson child abuse case in the spotlight, the limits of parental discipline have become a hot debate topic
Detectives say Adam Matos, 28, killed his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend around Aug. 28 in Pasco County, Fla.
Lawyers for family of shooting-range instructor accidentally shot and killed by 9-year-old deliver message to the girl's family
U.S. military joining fight vs. Ebola in West Africa; another child abuse allegation against Adrian Peterson; should parents snoop on their kids online?
Nearly a dozen wildfires burning have been exacerbated by the state's third straight year of drought
A White House adviser said the equipment can help bridge mistrust between law enforcement and the public, but other factors must be considered
The blaze near the Oregon border caused the removal of 1,500 residents
Attorneys for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say allegations that defense team members posed as FBI employees while in Russia investigating the case are "preposterous"
Despite initiatives designed to curb use of tobacco, and the expense of using it, New Yorkers are smoking more now than they have in years
Gov. Corbett vows to bring person who ambushed state police barracks to justice; officials share few details of the attack
In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal, survivors are using Twitter hashtag to share their stories of abusive relationships
The former NFL player and Pittsburgh Steelers coach discusses why the league doesn't hold players to a higher standard
Judge considers confession tape as evidence in the murder case of Pedro Hernandez, who is accused of killing Etan Patz in New York City in 1979
Vikings star says he is "sorry about the hurt I have brought to my child"