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The Department of Homeland Security has pared the number of Federal Air Marshals -- plained-clothed officers whose job is to protect aircraft from terrorists -- during the past three years, according to an internal email obtained by CNN.
A couple living on a Texas ranch say they have a dead Chupacabra on their property. CNN affiliate KAVU reports.
The number of extremist groups declined 7% from 2012 to 2013, the Southern Poverty LAw Center said in a report Tuesday.
A woman received a receipt with an offensive message on it from a Burger King in Richmond, Virginia.
If you get into a fender bender in Las Vegas, don't bother calling 911. A car dings yours in traffic, same deal. In fact, unless the car crash resulted in an injury don't expect police to show up.
Polar Vortex Part III: Just like in the movies, the sequel just never lives up to the original. Temperatures will drop Tuesday to 10 to 30 degrees below normal for this time of year in places like Minnesota and the Dakotas. Then the arctic blast will roll east. It will not be as bad as January's polar vortex freeze.
A father and son in a hovercraft use a GoPro to record the rescue of two deer stranded on a frozen lake.
A bear rescued from a concrete bunker in Georgia underwent surgery to repair both elbows at Colorado State University.
New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was arrested early Tuesday on firearm possession charges, police said. The arrest came hours after the Knicks hosted the Dallas Mavericks.
As First Lady Michelle Obama announces new wellness policies for schools, we take a look at what else has changed under Let's Move!
To veto or not to veto: It's up to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, who must decide if she will sign a bill allowing business owners to deny service to gays and lesbians.
February is Return Shopping Carts to the Supermarket Month -- but what sends these grocery store conveniences into the wild, anyway?
About 20 cases of a "polio-like syndrome" have been identified in California children over the past 18 months, a Stanford University researcher says.