National/World

Congress Approves President's ISIS Plan

Congress has signed off on President Obama's plan, and he's reiterating Thursday night that U.S. troops will not have a combat role on the ground. Read More »

Florida Sheriff: 6 children, 2 adults shot to death

A sheriff says a man killed six of his grandchildren, his adult daughter and himself at a home in a small town in North Florida. Read More »

Arizona Cardinals Running Back Jonathan Dwyer Arrested On Assault Charges

Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer was arrested Wednesday on aggravated assault charges in connection with two altercations at his home in July involving a woman and their 18-month-old child, the latest in a string of such cases involving NFL players. Read More »

Father Accused Of Forcing Teen Son To Drink Until He Passed Out With No Pulse

Police say an East Tennessee father forced his son to drink alcohol Saturday night until he passed out as a punishment after he caught the 15-year-old drinking. Read More »

Police Name Suspect In Fatal Shooting Of Pennsylvania Trooper

Authorities say a heavily armed survivalist with a vendetta against law enforcement is the suspect in an ambush that killed one Pennsylvania State Police trooper and wounded another in a heavily forested region of northeastern Pennsylvania. Read More »

Federal Review Of Military Equipment In Police Departments - Morgan Fogarty Investigates

President Obama and lawmakers are reviewing the use of military equipment in police departments across the country. Read More »

Vikings Bar Peterson From All Team Activities

After a day of public pressure from angry fans and concerned sponsors, the Minnesota Vikings have reversed course and placed star running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt-commissioner's permission list, a move that will require him to stay away from the team while he addresses child abuse charges in Texas. Read More »

Military Commander Open to U.S. Troops on Ground to Fight ISIS

The White House quickly responded saying the U.S. will not deploy ground troops in a combat role. Read More »

3,000 U.S. Troops to Fight Ebola in West Africa

The troops will build clinics, train health workers and deliver medical supplies. Read More »

Rihanna Upset With CBS Over Pregame Song Removal

Grammy winning artist Rihanna is upset with CBS for pulling her song and performance of "Run This Town" from it's Thursday Night Football pregame introduction. Read More »

U.S. Gaining Support to Fight ISIS

About 40 nations have agreed to join the coalition against the terror group. Several countries have even pledged ground troops to fight ISIS. Read More »

Urban Outfitters Under Fire For Kent State Sweatshirt Design

Urban Outfitters is under scrutiny for a sweatshirt design perceived to be related to the May 4, 1970 shootings involving the Ohio National Guard at Kent State University. Read More »

ISIS Executes British Aid Worker David Haines; Cameron Vows Justice

British aid worker David Haines has been executed by ISIS militants, according to a video posted Saturday to a website associated with the group, making him the third Western captive to be killed by the Islamist extremist group in recent weeks. Read More »

Intelligence Says ISIS Strength is Growing

Intelligence information is painting a new picture of ISIS, who President Obama has vowed to dismantle and destroy.

Escaped School Shooter Captured Near Ohio Prison

A teenager convicted of killing three students at an Ohio high school scrambled over a fence to escape a state prison with two other prisoners, only to be caught nearly six hours later early Friday as he hid by a nearby church, authorities said. Read More »

Oscar Pistorius: Guilty Of Culpable Homicide But Not Premeditated Murder

A judge found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. Read More »

Hardy Next Issue for NFL

Defensive End Greg Hardy, found guilty of assaulting his former girlfriend in July, is still playing, still getting paid by his owner and team.

New Video Released in Michael Brown Investigation

New video gives another look at what happened immediately after an unarmed teen was shot and killed by an officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Read More »

America Remembers September 11th

The nation is pausing to look back on one of our country's darkest days. Thirteen years ago, terrorists used airplanes to forever change the landscape of American history.

Convicted Killer of 3 Students Escapes from Prison

Ohio police say the convicted killer of three students at a high school cafeteria has escaped from prison and a search is underway. Read More »

Student Loans Second Largest Source of Debt in U.S.

Sixty percent of North Carolinians are paying off student loans, and the debt is substantial.

Sheriff: SC Man Killed Five Children, 'by violent means,' at Lexington Home

Authorities say a South Carolina man killed his five children at home, "by violent means," about a week before his ex-wife reported them missing. Read More »

Condition Improving For SIM Missionary With Ebola

Doctors at Nebraska Medical Center say Dr. Rick Sacra who is being treated for the Ebola virus continues to improve. Read More »

Dad Accused Of Killing Kids Headed To S.C.

The man accused of killing his five young children and dumping their bodies off a rural Alabama road was being extradited Thursday to South Carolina to face murder charges. Read More »

9/11 Commemoration Begins With Bell Toll

The annual Sept. 11 commemoration ceremony has started with the tolling of a bell and a moment of silence. Read More »