Lawyer: Woman Did Not Intend to Hit Pedestrians
California woman's lawyer says it was accident when she plowed into pedestrians, killing 4
Cuba Protests Planned in Miami, but Turnout Unclear
Anti-Castro groups plan Cuba protests in Miami, but expected turnout is still unclear
A Look at Large Coal Ash Spills in the US
A look at 3 of the largest coal ash spills in the US
Tick-Tock: Tips for Last-Minute Shoppers
Procrastination need not turn to desperation for last-minute shoppers
San Francisco Deputy Charged With Assault, Perjury
San Francisco deputy charged with assault, perjury in assault of hospital patient
Today in History
Today in History
Iron Mountain Reaches $44.5M Settlement With US
Iron Mountain to pay $44.5M to settle charges of falsely billing US for document, data storage
Judge Dismisses Suit on Oklahoma Execution Access
Federal judge dismisses media lawsuit seeking broader access to Oklahoma executions
New York Mayor Caught Between Protests, Police
Amid uproar, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio caught in the middle between protesters and police
Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Pedestrian Deaths
In court and cuffed to gurney, driver pleads not guilty in 4 California pedestrian deaths
2016 Hopeful Ben Carson Pledges Support for Israel
Visiting Israel, GOP presidential hopeful Ben Carson promises strong support for Jewish state
Pakistan: US Drone Strike Kills 5 Militants
Pakistan officials: US drone strike in northwestern tribal area kills 5 militants
Iraq's Shiite Fighters Desert Over Shortages
Iraqi Shiites battling IS group appeal for aid as shortages force desertions
2004 Tsunami: A Crying Boy With a Piece of Bread
2004 tsunami: A crying boy holding a piece of bread with his father
Egypt's Gays Go Deeper Underground, Fearing Crackdown
Egyptian authorities crack down on gays, seeking to show 'morals' credentials, activists say
China Leader Cautions Against External Forces
Chinese president cautions against external forces during visit to former Portuguese colony
Human Rights in Spotlight After US-Cuba Deal
US-Cuba deal to restore ties puts spotlight on island's human rights record
China Leader Cautions Against External Forces
Chinese president cautions against external forces during visit to former Portuguese colony
No Word yet From Fidel Amid Historic US-Cuba Shift
Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro silent amid historic thaw in Cuba-US relations
China Arrests US Aid Worker Near N. Korean Border
China arrests Korean-American aid worker running vocational school in North Korean border town
How a Visit to Cuba Changed This Cuban-American's Views on the Trade Embargo
While most kids were playing with toys, Carmen Cusido was listening in to her family’s discussions about policies between the...
Boy's 'Chocolate Bar' Book Nets $1M for Rare Liver Disorder Research
Thanks to friends from across the globe — in all 50 states and more than 60 countries — Dylan Siegel and his best friend...
LA Neighborhood Blames Waze App for Morning Traffic Jams
Drivers are using traffic apps to seek alternate routes wherever they can.
WN 12/19: Colorado Shooter James Holmes' Parents Say He Suffers from Severe Mental Illness
New Ray Rice Video Shows What Happened After the Elevator Incident; Michael Phelps Caught on Camera Allegedly Driving While...
GMA 12/19: Massive Storms Could Cause Holiday Travel Complications
George Clooney Reacts to Sony Response; Selfie Stick is Hottest 2014 Holiday Gift
Nightline 12/17: What Lifting US Ban on Cuba Means to a New Generation
Texas Mother Released After Serving Time for Salt Poisoning Murder; Rockin' With the Rockettes
This Week 12/14: The Release of the CIA Torture Report
Guests: Michael Hayden, David Koch, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Keith Ellison, Michael Smerconish
2020 12/13: Undercover and Hired to Kill
Man's Murder-for-Hire Plot to Kill Wife Backfires; NJ Mom Shops for Hit Man to Kill Love Rival