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Two FBI special agents were killed Friday during a training exercise off the coast of Virginia Beach, Virginia, the bureau said in a statement released Sunday.
Police are looking into whether there's a connection between the recent murders of a university professor, and his wife, and two unsolved area homicides.
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The trail of Tamerlan Tsarnaev has led investigators to the New Hampshire home of a former Chechen rebel living in exile, a federal official told CNN on Friday.
"Tawny crazy ants'" could change ecological balances in parts of the U.S., researchers say, largely because the ants can wipe out colonies of fire ants
Flesh-eating bacteria patient Aimee Copeland now uses the latest technology in prosthetic hands to chop vegetables and pick up tiny items like Skittles.
A US Airways plane touched down without landing gear at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey early Saturday morning.
A former "top cop," honored by first lady Michelle Obama during a presidential speech is now charged with rape.
A Hofstra University student who died during a confrontation between a home invasion suspect and authorities was killed by police gunfire, police said Saturday
Federal investigators will work to determine what caused two passenger trains to collide during rush hour in Connecticut, sending dozens to the hospital.
A 1997 Cadillac plowed into a parade crowd in Virginia on Saturday, injuring dozens of spectators and leaving others pinned underneath the car.
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An apartment complex in Spokane, Washington, was searched Saturday, four days after threatening letters allegedly containing ricin were found at a U.S. Postal Service facility in the city.
As many as 50 people were injured Saturday afternoon after a car plowed into parade-goers in Damascus, Virginia, a police dispatcher told CNN.
Red Cross, Salvation Army, Humane Society helping victims of deadly tornadoes that hit Texas Wednesday night.
Members of a North Texas community pulverized by tornadoes were allowed to pick up items Saturday.
A North Texas community forged ahead in the massive clean up Friday from 16 tornadoes that ripped through the area as the search for the missing continued.
A federal magistrate has refused a request from lawyers for the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect that would allow them to take "current and periodic" photographs of him, which would have been kept from the government.
Two Metro-North passenger trains heading in opposite directions collided during rush hour Friday evening in southwestern Connecticut, injuring dozens.
Police in Omaha, Nebraska, said Friday they are checking into whether two cases of double homicide -- separated by six miles and five years -- may be linked.
A 30-year-old Uzbek national who has been arrested on federal terrorism charges is expected to make an appearance in a Boise, Idaho, court on Friday.
The Illinois Senate approved the use of marijuana for medical purposes on Friday, sending the measure to the governor's desk.
Texas became the latest state Friday to sue BP, Halliburton and others tied to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
A reported tornado briefly touched down Friday afternoon in northern Alabama, causing damage and scares days after twisters proved deadly in Texas.
The multi-state Powerball jackpot has risen to $600 million, with a cash value of $376.9 million, according to the Multi-State Lottery Association.
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A federal judge on Friday ordered a preliminary injunction blocking an Arkansas law that would ban abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy, a court official told CNN on Friday.
The surviving Boston bombing suspect indicates the attack was retribution for strikes on Muslims, a source said.
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The parents of two children allegedly slain by their nanny in New York City last year are expecting a child this fall, according to a Facebook post.
Running the prison camp costs the U.S. more than $150 million a year -- just over $900,000 for each detainee.
For the 160-plus inmates at the U.S. prison camp here, each sunrise brings a new day that most would rather starve than endure.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence sues Nelson, Georgia, a town that passed an ordinance in April requiring every head of household to have a gun and ammo
Running the Guantanamo Bay detainee camp costs the Pentagon more than $150 million a year.
U.S. military leaders are "ashamed" over the sexual assaults plaguing the armed forces, President Barack Obama said Thursday
Federal authorities are investigating threatening letters allegedly containing deadly ricin in Spokane, Washington, the FBI said Thursday.
Texas State Fire Marshal Chris Connealy says the cause of the April 17 fire that led to explosions that killed 15 people is "undetermined."
A federal court has sentenced two Minnesota women for soliciting donations in the name of charity, then funneling the funds to Somali militants.
It's difficult to quantify David Beckham's ultimate impact on the game in the United States, but it's safe to say he didn't hurt it.
A cigarette smuggling scheme that cost New York state millions of dollars in sales tax revenue may have raised funds for militant groups, authorities said.
Rescue crews searched Thursday for seven people missing after overnight tornadoes struck North Texas, killing at least six.
A 30-year-old Uzbekistan national living in Boise, Idaho, was arrested Thursday on federal terrorism charges, the Justice Department said.
A more than 8,000-foot Alaskan volcano is emitting a "continuous ash, steam and gas cloud" that already extends up to 60 miles away, an observatory says.
Braxton Bielski, 18, catches an 800-pound, 14-foot, 3-inch gator, the largest to be certified in Texas.
A U.S. Army sergeant was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole for gunning down five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
The Old Skool Cafe in San Francisco is helping troubled youth realize their potential.
Columbia University is seeking to alter the charter of a graduate school fellowship that is limited "to persons of the Caucasian race."
Police sources have shed new light on what happened when police confronted the two Boston bombing suspects, hours after they were identified by investigators.
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The Sacramento Kings won't be headed north to Seattle after NBA executives voted Wednesday to reject such a move.
Cleveland victim Michelle Knight was accused kidnapper Ariel Castro's main "punching bag," a source said.
Possible tornadoes cut a wide swath through north Texas on Wednesday night, killing at least six people and injuring more than 100 others, officials said.
One of the largest wildfires to hit northern Wisconsin is 95% contained, fire officials said Wednesday.
One day after authorities released photos of a man purportedly culled from sexually explicit videos, a suspect is under arrest and his alleged child victim has been identified and taken to safety, officials tell CNN.
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An Alaska volcano exhibiting "elevated seismic activity" has spewed ash clouds as high as 20,000 feet above sea level, an observatory reported Wednesday.
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Dry conditions and high winds are fueling a quickly growing wildfire in California that caused officials to close a high school on Wednesday, fire officials said.
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Attorney General Eric Holder says he's not allowed to answer questions about the subpoena of AP phone records because he has recused himself from the probe.
The future of NASA's planet-hunting Kepler space observatory was in question Wednesday after a part that helps aim the spacecraft stopped working, the U.S. space agency said.
Source: Thirteen of 14 Boston deputy fire chiefs have signed a letter of "no confidence" in Fire Chief Steve Abraira's handling of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The U.S. Navy on Tuesday pulled off "a watershed event," launching a drone from an aircraft carrier.
Disney World is looking into reports that some wealthy visitors are hiring disabled people to pretend to be family members so that they can skip lines.
A New Jersey man is under arrest after a traffic stop led to a search of his apartment and the discovery of bomb-making materials and weapons, police said.
South Carolina cobbler Henry Linder has been fixing shoes for 76 years. At 93, he says he'll never quit.
Richard Swanson set out to dribble a soccer ball from Seattle to Brazil to raise money for charity. His dream ended suddenly when a pickup struck him in Oregon.
Ariel Castro's ex-daughter-in-law never felt comfortable around the man who police say kept three young women trapped in a Cleveland home for a decade.
For the second time this month, a U.S. service member who worked in a military sexual assault prevention program has been accused of a sexual crime.
Law enforcement authorities in California are under fire -- and investigation -- after witnesses saw them beating a father of four to death in East Bakersfield.
The Justice Department on Tuesday defended its decision to subpoena phone records from Associated Press bureaus and reporters.
Lava flowed Tuesday from two Alaskan volcanoes, with authorities placing both on the second-highest alert levels.
The mother of a man who died while honeymooning on a cruise in 2005 hopes the case will be solved after the FBI's New York office agreed to review it.
The Army announced Tuesday that a sergeant first class is under investigation for "pandering, abusive sexual contact, assault and maltreatment of subordinates."
A decade-old benchmark for determining when a driver is legally intoxicated should be lowered to 0.05, federal safety officials said Tuesday.
Using the most unlikely of clues -- a pretzel bag -- authorities in Denmark and the United States are zeroing in on a suspected child abuser, and they are asking for the public's help in ending the exploitation of a small girl.
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Justice Department officials are tight-lipped, but The Associated Press says it knows why federal agents wanted telephone records of its reporters.
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Scientists for the first time measured an average concentration of carbon dioxide of 400 parts per million in Mauna Loa, Hawaii.
The Justice Department secretly collected two months of AP telephone records in 2012, the news service says.
Joyce Brothers, who pioneered the television advice show and was called the mother of media psychology, has died, her daughter said Monday. She was 85.
Britain's Prince Harry is rebuilding his royal reputation on a U.S. tour -- repairing the damage done during his scandalous trip to Las Vegas last year.
The depraved acts Dr. Kermit Gosnell is convicted of have sparked a new turn in the nationwide battle over abortion laws.
Bicycles. Barbed wire. Chains. Those of just some of the items found in Ariel Castro's yard, according to photographs taken over the weekend by a neighbor.
Strong winds pick up melting ice off a Minnesota lake and push it onshore, CNN meteorologists said.
North Korean orphans who make it to South Korea could be considered relatively lucky. They are provided an education, a path to South Korean citizenship and even a chance at adoption.
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Six people, including four children, were killed in a house fire late Sunday night in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, Schuylkill Haven borough police said.