Officials quickly reported no indication of terrorism in shooting incidents.
Public outcry has led Washington, D.C., to devote more resources to finding missing children and preventing runaways.
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Highlights of this day in history: Israel and Egypt sign a peace treaty; Bodies of Heaven's Gate cult members are found in Calif.; The first U.S. team to win hockey's Stanley Cup; 'Funny Girl' opens on Broadway; Singer Diana Ross born.
Authorities in Texas said Saturday they have identified a person of interest in a hit-and-run accident that killed two cyclists Saturday afternoon in Waller County.
Here are the top stories for Saturday, March 25th: Mike Pence refuses defeat on health care; Residents in Mosul mourn dead from airstrikes; The electronics ban takes effect; cities around the world mark Earth Hour.
Zoo Knoxville officials said Saturday 33 reptiles died at the zoo, including rare and endangered species, from an unknown event earlier this week.
Las Vegas Metro police say one person has been shot, and the suspect is barricaded on a bus on Las Vegas Boulevard.
A U.S. Marine veteran who lost his legs during a tour of duty in Afghanistan is believed to be the first-ever double amputee to become a full active duty police officer in the U.S.
The children who survived a home filled with abuse have a new outlook for the future.
The Republican officials say Immigration and Customs Enforcement has its numbers wrong.
Cincinnati's police chief says shots were fired by multiple people inside a crowded nightclub, killing a 27-year-old man and leaving more than a dozen other people wounded. (March 26)
Russian police made what appeared to be a number of arrests as thousands of people crowded into Moscow's Pushkin Square on Sunday for an unsanctioned protest against the Russian government, part of a wave of demonstrations around the country.
Tens of thousands of Yemeni citizens converged on al-Sabin Square in the capital, Sanaa, on Sunday to protest against the second anniversary of the Saudi-led coalition's aerial campaign against Houthi rebels.
Officials in Iowa have agreed to help private Medicaid management companies shoulder huge losses they’ve suffered in covering more than 500,000 poor or disabled Iowans, documents released Friday show.
A defiant Vice President Mike Pence says President Donald Trump's administration is refusing to accept defeat on health care. (March 25)
A police offer in Temple, Texas tries to get a stray cow back to its home. Everything seems fine, until the cow charges out the gate and towards the officer.
Turkey's national carrier Turkish Airlines said starting on Saturday its passengers heading to UK are not allowed to carry large electronic devices into the aircraft cabins. (March 25)
An Uber self-driving car was involved in an accident in north Tempe, Ariz. on Friday evening, ending up on its side after a crash involving two other vehicles, police said.
Gevondis Demond Joseph took off with about $130 dollars, according to investigators.
A Louisiana law enforcement officer was found guilty Friday of manslaughter in the shooting death of a 6-year-old boy.
Baby boxes are becoming more popular across the country. Many health experts say they could help keep a newborn baby safe as they sleep. Veuer's Aaron Dickens has more.
Laughter, music and the tapping of dances reverberated throughout a public memorial to Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, which loved ones say is just how the actresses would have wanted it.
The gunman in a fatal shooting on the Las Vegas strip barricaded himself inside a public bus to evade police. Las vegas police say he has surrendered peacefully after shutting down the busy corridor for hours.
The housing authority reported that it paid $54.9 million during fiscal 2016 to modernize 50 dwellings — an average of nearly $1.1 million per unit.
The mercury levels are not surpassing U.S. Environmental Protection Agency thresholds. But researchers want to determine if what they are seeing is a temporary trend or a trajectory that's only going to worsen.
U.S.-backed Iraqi forces are clearing the city of Islamic State militants.
The Trump administration might have signed off on the Keystone XL project, but Nebraska still hasn't approved it.
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All those cool rocket landings SpaceX has pulled off over the past year or so will be little more than expensive stunts if it doesn't prove its rockets can be reused.
Las Vegas police investigating jewelry store robbery inside Bellagio hotel-casino complex
First, Polk was buried in the Nashville City Cemetery, then at his home, Polk Place. Later, his remains were moved to the state Capitol after a family dispute.