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Brenda Cruz and her family were flabbergasted by what they spotted as they were driving on Interstate 77 in North Carolina this weekend:
Folks on the East Coast might need their umbrellas July 4 if a low-pressure area in the Atlantic becomes a tropical storm.
Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif from E!'s new show "Botched" discuss the risks and complications of plastic surgery.
Four dozen people were stuck for hours on a ride at SeaWorld San Diego on Sunday after a power failure, the amusement park said.
A jaywalking rarely makes national news, but the arrest of Arizona professor Ersula Ore has done just that.
A Wisconsin woman was surprised to find her wedding ring after five years, but more so by where it was. WAOW reports.
Aaron David Miller says Obama can't solve the problems of Iraq, but the U.S. must try to shape the outcome by helping the military there and working with Iraq's neighbors -- even Syria.
Jeff Cook-McCormac says that Hillary Clinton's comments about wealth have a deeper impact on America
A judge will determine this week whether there's enough evidence to keep in jail a Georgia man whose son died in a hot SUV.
Ruben Navarrette says throwing more money at the border and hustling along deportations of children fleeing violent countries are not the solutions Obama should be reaching for. Here are 5 suggestions.
Gene Altschuler says the GI Bill paid tuition for WWII veterans to go to college for a better future. Today, vets get a watered-down version of the bill.
A new doctor has declared Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling mentally fit after a comprehensive medical examination in Las Vegas over the weekend, CNN confirmed through a source with knowledge of the situation.
After months of being beat up by the media about his "Bridgegate" scandal in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie is still standing. And there is even some evidence that he might finally be regaining ground.
A U.S. Marine corporal who was declared a deserter twice has turned himself in to authorities and is on his way to Virginia.
Leanna Harris, the mother of a Georgia toddler who died locked in a hot car, has told authorities that she researched such deaths and how they occur, according to a police affidavit.
Gunfire struck seven people on Bourbon Street in New Orleans early Sunday, police spokesman Frank Robertson said.