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The protests in Ferguson, Missouri, have been described as a mirror into America, but they are also something else: A sneak preview of the future.
A couple from New Hampshire won more than $2 million on a slot machine that hadn't paid out in 20 years.
Dashcam video shows the terrifying scene as a Texas mom and four kids are pulled over by police at gunpoint. WFAA reports.
The White House is sending three officials to Michael Brown's funeral Monday, including one who attended high school with his mother.
American Peter Theo Curtis, who was held hostage by Islamist rebels in Syria, was released Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said.
A preliminary 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit the northern San Francisco Bay area early Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Tropical Storm Cristobal formed early Sunday in the Caribbean, having strengthened from a tropical depression, the National Hurricane Center said.
A police chief in a small Texas town was shot multiple times during a traffic stop Saturday afternoon and later died, authorities said.
A toddler was found sleeping in a parked car outside a Connecticut bar early Saturday, hours after police discovered her allegedly intoxicated and incapacitated mother sleeping inside the bar.
Chicago's Little League entry beat the favorite from Las Vegas to advance to the World Series championship.
A night of revelry and music turned deadly in Northern California, where a man was fatally shot at a Wiz Khalifa concert, police said Saturday.
An Oklahoma City police officer is accused of sexually assaulting several women while on the job, his department said.
Official arrest logs show most of the people arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, protests were from St. Louis area. Half were charged with failure to disperse.
Ferguson, Missouri is calm after nights of protests over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen, but the question remains: Where's the police officer who pulled the trigger?
A second former co-owner of the California slaughterhouse involved in a recall of nearly nine million pounds of meat was charged with knowingly processing and distributing meat from cancerous cows, court documents released this week say.