A Houston, Texas mother details the seven hours her daughter was missing after she was taken during a carjacking. KPRC's Jennifer Bauer reports.
A man in Albuquerque, New Mexico claims to have found a Fuji apple with an image of Jesus holding a baby lamb on it. KOB's Stuart Dyson reports.
Hundreds of men stood in long lines to volunteer to fight for Iraq against the ISIS terror group. Many of the new recruits have previous military experience, and will take refresher courses to regain their skills.
Minnesota police released new evidence on a Waseca teenager s alleged plot to murder his family and bomb his school.
Students who survived South Korea s worst ferry accident return to school, asking that their nation never forget the tragedy.
After meeting with NATO foreign ministers in Brussels, Secretary of State John Kerry encourages Iraq to form a more inclusive government.
The Indianapolis couple lost the roof of their home but are happy to have walked away from the incident unharmed. WTHR s Jeremy Brilliant reports.
The Jacksonville collector shows off his set of seven amorphophallus titanium plants, which are so difficult to raise that in twelve years only one has bloomed. WTLV s Lewis Turner reports.
After spending seven years at a zoo in Greenwich, New York six black bears move across the country to a facility in Colorado. WNYT s Abigail Bleck reports.
In a congressional hearing, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says that the government will open new facilities to handle the influx of unaccompanied minors at the southern border.
Alabama Rep. Mike Rogers grills Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on why the administration has not immediately deported children that illegally cross the border.
A 42 foot tall, very red replica of the Eiffel Tower, made out of chairs, currently stands in the shadow of the original, to help celebrate the 125th anniversary of the famous landmark.
The Queen, on a visit to Northern Ireland, visited the set of Game of Thrones and had a chance to inspect the series famous throne from up close.
Unaccompanied minors are crossing the U.S. border and staying here for months or even years as they wait for deportation hearings.
The Iraqi armed forces are trying desperately to hang on to what they still control as ISIS attempts to cut Baghdad off from the rest of the country.
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