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Victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting

Oregon Gunman Was Army Dropout Who Studied Mass Shooters

The 26-year-old gunman who opened fire on fellow students in his community college English class, killing nine people, was an Army boot camp dropout who studied mass shooters before becoming one himself. Read More »

All Of Oregon Shooting Victims Identified

The man who gunned down nine people at an Oregon community college was enrolled in the class where the fatal shootings occurred, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said Friday. Read More »

Pope Meets With Same-Sex Couple In U.S.

The day before Pope Francis met anti-gay county clerk Kim Davis in Washington last week, he held a private meeting with a longtime friend from Argentina who has been in a same-sex relationship for 19 years. Read More »

Oregon Shooting Hero Tells Gunman, 'It's My Son's Birthday Today'

When Chris Mintz heard gunfire at Oregon's Umpqua Community College on Thursday, his thoughts were not of himself. Read More »

'We Began To Run': Students Describe Horror of Shooting

Armed with multiple guns, a 26-year-old man walked into a morning writing class at a community college in this rural Oregon town and opened fire, hitting some students with multiple gunshots. One witness said the attacker demanded to know students' religion before shooting them. Read More »

Gov. McCrory Declares State Of Emergency As Hurricane Joaquin Approaches East Coast

Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency Thursday and said emergency management officials are preparing for expected floods by readying supplies and going over readiness checklists. Read More »

New App Lets Users Rate People

It's like Yelp... for people. Read More »

Baby Without Full Skull Defies Odds

American baby Jaxon Buell was given weeks to live when he was born with a rare condition, but he defied all odds and turned one last month. Read More »

Oregon Marijuana Shops Begin Sales To Recreational Users

Oregon marijuana shops began selling marijuana Thursday for the first time to recreational users, marking a big day for the budding pot industry. Read More »

Hurricane Joaquin Threatens East Coast

The cyclone Joaquin strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane in the Atlantic on Wednesday morning, poised to pound the central Bahamas with heavy rain and dangerous storm surges in the next day. Read More »

Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Meets With The Pope

Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who spent six days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, met privately with Pope Francis last week, adding a surprising twist to the Pope's first-ever visit to the United States. Read More »

Woman Accused Of Tossing Newborn To Death Held Without Bail

A woman believed to have given birth in the bathroom of her boyfriend's apartment before tossing her newborn daughter to her death from a seventh-story window was being held without bail Wednesday on a murder charge, police and prosecutors said. Read More »

VW Details Brands Affected By Scandal

Volkswagen's commercial vehicles and cars from its Spanish unit SEAT are among the 11 million fitted with a diesel engine that can cheat on emissions tests, the company said Tuesday. Read More »

Pope Asks Board Not To Execute Woman, Denied

Pleas from Kelly Gissendaner's children and a last-minute letter on behalf of the Pope didn't sway the Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole Tuesday. Read More »

Google Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P

Google Unveils New Nexus Phones With 'Marshmallow' Flavor

Google unveiled two new Nexus phones Tuesday, competing against Apple's recent iPhone 6s & 6s Plus releases. Plus updates to their Chromecast and a new tablet. Read More »

Paul Walker's Daughter Sues Porsche Over Father's Death

Paul Walker's daughter sued Porsche for wrongful death Monday, claiming the sports car that her father was in when he was killed suffered from numerous design defects. Read More »

NASA Confirms Water On Mars

UPDATE: NASA confirms water on Mars, boosting hope for life there. Read More »

Prison Worker Who Pleaded Guilty To Helping Killers' Escape Gets Up To 7 Years In Prison

A former prison worker who said she was in "way over" her head when she helped two murderers escape from a maximum-security lockup by providing them with tools was sentenced Monday to up to seven years behind bars. Read More »

Congressman Grabs Drinking Glass Used By Pope, Takes Sip

Pope Francis wasn't the only person to drink from the glass of water he used during his speech to Congress. An enterprising Democratic congressman from Philadelphia also took a sip. Read More »

Navy SEALs Ready To Open Doors To Women

The commander of the Navy's special warfare units is recommending that the SEALs and combat crew jobs be opened to women, but he warns that women will have greater risk of injury and says the service may be pressured to adjust or lower standards for the jobs. Read More »

360 Pounds Of Cocaine Hidden Amid Pumpkins, Squash Seized

Federal agents say they seized more than 360 pounds of cocaine found in a shipment of Costa Rican pumpkins and squash at the Port of Philadelphia. Read More »

Speaker Boehner Stuns Congress, Announces Resignation

In a stunning move, House Speaker John Boehner informed fellow Republicans on Friday that he would resign from Congress at the end of October, stepping aside in the face of hardline conservative opposition that threatened an institutional crisis. Read More »

4 Killed After Duck Boat And Bus Crash In Seattle

Four people were killed and at least 12 were critically injured when a tour bus and a duck boat tourist vehicle collided Thursday morning in Seattle, city fire officials said. Read More »

Disney No Longer Identifies Halloween Costumes By Gender

The Disney Store has changed its website to degender its Halloween costumes. Read More »