A woman was taken into custody after hurling what she said was a shoe at Hillary Clinton during a Las Vegas speech — and the former secretary of state was quick with a witty comeback.
Penn State University is removing a statue of Joe Paterno from outside the campus' football stadium.
Authorities conducted a controlled detonation today as they slowly entered the booby-trapped apartment of the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting suspect, which police said was "set up to kill."
The man in custody for allegedly killing 12 people at the screening of the latest Batman movie in Aurora, Colorado told authorities after the shooting that he "was The Joker," NYPD police commissioner Ray Kelly said today.
Egyptian security services are intensifying efforts to get a pair of kidnapped Americans and their tour guide released.
There were no signs of foul play in connection with the death of Sage
Stallone, the 36-year-old son of Sylvester Stallone, authorities said.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company announced this week that it won't cover damages that come from fracking, making it the first major insurance company to make such an announcement. Alanna Quillen reports.
Approximately 64,000 Americans could lose Internet access on Monday thanks to a criminal organization that infected millions of computers around the world with malware called DNSChanger.
Ernest Borgnine, the actor best known from the TV Series ""McHale's Navy," has died. He was 95.
A cross-country heatwave is breaking records and unfortunately causing dozens of heat-related deaths.
Nearly two million people are waking up today without power after a ferocious storm pummeled the mid-Atlantic region.
President Obama visited the wildfire-ravaged landscape in the foothills of Colorado Springs today, calling it a "major disaster," and pledged to release federal funding to the counties affected.
A classified ad posted online several weeks ago offered a four-month-old child for $6,500.
Game show host Alex Trebek is recovering after suffering a mild heart attack.
A student is severely sunburned after a school bans sunscreen.
Tropical Storm Debby has formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
Jerry Sandusky is on suicide watch at the local jail after being convicted on 45 counts of sexually abusing young boys, the former Penn State coach's defense attorney said Saturday.
The hotel where a girl said she was poked in bed by a bloody syringe said it is conducting an internal investigation before deciding whether to waive the room fees for the girl's family.
Given the choice, most school districts in America are saying "no" to lean finely textured beef, more commonly known as "pink slime."
Attorney Robert Vogt
said this kind of lawsuit is "extremely rare" because it's often hard
to prove where the victim contracted the STD.
New Jersey Muslims filed a lawsuit against the City of New York on Wednesday, accusing police of using unconstitutional tactics to spy on them in the years after September 11, casting an unwarranted shadow of suspicion on the community.
The first frame of the amateur video takes your breath away. A small
child in China's Guandong province is suspended from the corner of a
four story residential building.
WARNING: THIS VIDEO MAY BE CONSIDERED GRAPHIC
A severed human hand and foot sent to two Vancouver schools are linked to a grisly killing and dismemberment in Montreal, police said Wednesday.
The social networking website LinkedIn is investigating claims that more than 6 million passwords were stolen and uploaded to a Russian-language web forum today.
Deveau was charged with motor vehicle homicide and negligent operation of a motor vehicle, using a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle, reading or sending an electronic message, a marked lanes violation, and two counts of negligent operation and injury from mobile phone use.
A Dutch artist is creating quite a stir by using his dead cat in a controversial art project. His cat didn't have nine lives, but definitely has two. Find out why on the other side of the break.
WARNING: THIS MATERIAL MAY BE UNSUITABLE FOR SOME AUDIENCES
USA TODAY: Hall of Fame manager and one of baseball's prominent goodwill ambassadors, suffered a mild heart attack Monday night during baseball's draft and is recuperating at a New York hospital.
A Massachusetts man said he suffered second-degree burns from a grill after applying sunscreen aerosol spray on parts of his body.
At 18, Taylor Wilson has probably accomplished more than most people will in a lifetime.
The Vatican denies there's a connection, but its reprimand of an influential American nun, at a moment when the Holy See is already engaged in an intense fight with most American nuns, sends a clear message: The Catholic Church's leaders think America's nuns have gone rogue and must be reined in.
The Sesame Workshop was "dismayed" to find out today that a $20 million U.S. program to beam Elmo and his pals in Pakistan has been halted because of allegations of fraud and abuse.
A Tennessee man facing charges that he shot his former roommate, a TV weatherman, with a crossbow during a home invasion.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is advising parents to stop using Evenflo's convertible high chair.
A commercial airliner crashed into a densely populated neighborhood in Nigeria's largest city Sunday.
Richard Dawson known best for hosting the "Family Feud" and starring in "Hogan's Heroes" has died, ABC News has confirmed.
911 tapes from Miami "zombie attack" released.
Law enforcement officials say George Zimmerman is expected to make the court imposed deadline to surrender himself at the Seminole County Jail in Sanford, Fla. early this afternoon.
While other drugs couldn't shrink Bridget Spence's cancer, she said T-DM1 did, and kept it at bay for nine months.
Tragedy struck a small Nebraska town on Friday when two high school basketball coaches were killed and eight of their athletes were injured after a van carrying the team collided with a pickup truck on a state highway.
One person was killed and seven others injured Saturday when shots were fired at the Eaton Centre shopping mall in Toronto, police said.
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The largest wildfire in New Mexico's history continued to burn almost uncontrollably Saturday
George Zimmerman, who faces second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin, has until Sunday afternoon to surrender to authorities after a judge revoked his bond for misleading the court about his finances.
Netflix jumped to No. 1 in market share on a revenue basis, as subscription video soared in popularity -- an area where Apple is missing out.
In a press release sent around to reporters that cover the wireless sector, Verizon Wireless announced a new technology called "Viewdini."
Amazon is one of many companies that pay Facebook to generate these automated ads when a user clicks to "like" their brands or references them in some other way.
"If God brought lawsuits, Stephen King would face a charge of plagiarism," says J.M. Rawbone, an English horror novelist who has written an essay about the Christian themes in "The Stand."
Thousands gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square, and at almost 3 a.m. were still chanting that the revolution is back and the military government needs to go, creating speculation that the Arab Spring has returned.