3 Killed in Colorado Springs Shooting
Two civilians, police officer were killed at a Planned Parenthood facility.
Protesters March on Chicago's 'Magnificent Mile'
The protests are taking place on one of the nation's busiest shopping days.
Fatalities as Freezing Rain, Floods and Ice Hit Central US
Heavy rains, icy conditions from slow-moving storm cause deadly flash flooding in Texas
White House Fence Jumper Left Suicide Note, Documents Say
He was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
Rocket Attack on UN Base in North Mali Kills 3, Injures 20
UN mission says a rocket attack on a UN base in north Mali kills at least 3, injures 20
How Black Friday Played out Around the Country
How Black Friday played out around the country; protests, marijuana discounts and hiking
Pope Honors Ugandan Christian Martyrs as Example of Faith
Pope honors Ugandan Christian martyrs as example of faith and missionary role models
Hollande, Activists Gear up for Critical Climate Talks
French president, activists gear up for critical climate talks amid post-attack high security
Ben Carson Making Surprise Trip to Jordan to Tour Refugee Camp
The Republican presidential candidate traveled on Thanksgiving.
Suicide Attack Aimed at Afghan Official Kills Guard
Suicide bomber targets Afghan election official, kills bodyguard
Body of Texas Woman Found After Her Car Was Swept Away in Flood
Sandra Jones, 33, was located downstream from where her car was found.
British Airways Passengers Who Fled Plane Fire File Lawsuit
British Airways passengers who fled plane fire before Las Vegas takeoff file lawsuit
Ex-Inmate, Beaten in 2012 by NYC Jail Guards, Fatally Shot
Former inmate, badly beaten by New York City jail guards in 2012, fatally shot in Brooklyn
Cleveland Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting of 5-Month-Old Girl
Cleveland man, 19, charged with aggravated murder in fatal shooting of baby girl in car
Air Pollution in Beijing Hits Hazardous Levels
Beijing hit with severe air pollution that's expected to linger for days
Russia Threatens Economic Sanctions Against Turkey
It could cost both countries hundreds of millions of dollars.
France Honors Attack Victims in City Subdued by Mourning
France honors attack victims in a city subdued by mourning, fear.
Police: Puig Gets Swollen Eye During Encounter With Bouncer
Police: Puig and bouncer come to blows; outfielder sustains swollen eye, bruises; no charges
More Than 130 Los Angeles Families Relocated Due to Gas Leak
More than 130 Los Angeles families relocated due to smelly, ongoing gas leak
Zach Galligan Shares Details of 'Gremlins 3'
"It's not going to be a reboot," he said.
Turkish President Says Wishes Plane Downing Had Not Happened
Turkey president says he's saddened by downing of Russian warplane
Suspect in Custody After Shooting at Planned Parenthood
Gunman opens fire at Planned Parenthood clinic, killing 3 before surrendering to police
Rosberg Ahead of Hamilton in Final Practice at Abu Dhabi GP
Rosberg ahead of Mercedes teammate Hamilton in final practice at Abu Dhabi GP
Cats Used as Bait to Lure Tourists Back to Brussels
After Brussels lowers its threat level, tourism officials try to win back tourists using cats
Mercedes Wants F1 Ruling on Aerodynamic Collusion
Mercedes demands ruling from F1 on possible aerodynamic collusion between teams
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Through the Years
The annual holiday parade has been delighting spectators since 1924.
The Week in Pictures: Nov. 21 - 27, 2015
The latest news photos from around the globe.
See Kaley Cuoco's New Back Tattoo
Stars show off their newest tattoos.
Jada Pinkett Smith Goes Sheer for Movie Premiere
Would you dare to wear these jaw-dropping gowns?
Ivanka Trump Shares an Adorable Snap
Meet the next generation of stars.