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5 Things to Know This Morning: Hero Honored
5 Things to Know This Morning
APNewsBreak: Jindal Suing Feds Over Common Core
APNewsBreak: Louisiana governor suing Obama administration over Common Core standards
Journalist Killing Highlights Role of Freelancers
Killing of journalist in Syria highlights work of freelancers covering the conflict
3 Bodies of Family Members Found in Oregon Lake
Bodies of 3 more family members found in Oregon reservoir where authorities say boy drowned
AP Source: American Militant Said Killed in Syria
AP source: American believed to be killed in Syria was fighting alongside militant group
151 Years Later, the Nation's Highest Military Honor
Civil War hero Alonzo H. Cushing died at the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863.
In Wake of Ferguson, Police Try to Build Trust
In wake of Ferguson, other police departments reach out to black communities to build trust
9-Year-Old Girl Accidentally Kills Shooting Range Instructor
The girl lost control of Uzi while visiting shooting range with parents.
3 Charged With Attempted Murder of Policeman
3 charged in California with attempted murder of policeman who was shot in head
Today in History
Today in History
Longtime Tennessee Civil Rights Lawyer Dies at 86
Tennessee civil rights lawyer George Barrett, known for desegregation case, dies at 86
Videos
Obama OKs Surveillance Flights Over Syria; Hamas, Israel Reach Long-Term Cease-Fire
As Obama approves U.S. military surveillance flights of ISIS in Syria, earthquake aftershocks rattle Napa Valley, and Burger...
Earthquake Aftershocks Rattle Napa Valley
One winery lost hundreds of irreplaceable bottles after the magnitude 3.9 tremor shook Northern California.
4 Students Killed in Ohio Plane Crash
Nearby residents reported sounds of plane trouble before the crash.
President Obama Talks ISIS Strategy Before American Legion
The president speaks to veterans amid reports that delays in the VA did not result in deaths.
Philharmonic Violinist Robbed and Killed in Her NY Home, Police Say
Two homeless men have been arrested in the death of New York City violinist, Mary Whitaker.
Poem Carried By Fallen Marine Stolen From Family
Lance Cpl. Matthew Rodriguez had the poem on his person when he was killed by an IED in Afghanistan.
Burning Man Festival Temporarily Extinguished Due to Rain
Gates to the outdoor festival in Arizona's Black Rock Desert were closed due to inclement weather.
Rev. Al Sharpton Speaks at Michael Brown's Funeral
The civil rights leader delivers remarks to mourners at the funeral of the teen shot and killed by a police officer.
Michael Brown's Family Say Goodbye; Napa Cleans Up After Powerful Earthquake
As thousands of mourners gather for Michael Brown's funeral, a US journalist in Syria is freed after two years of captivity,...
Nightline 8/26: Undercover Investigation: Tracking Down Sandy-Damaged Cars for Sale
US Open: Inside the Glamorous Side of High-Stakes Tennis; Miley Cyrus' Mystery Man Wanted by Police
2020 8/26: You Don't Want to Fly on a Plane With These Passengers
The Dark Side of Checking in Baggage Before a Flight; Authorities Discover Boy's Hotel Room Killer
WN 8/26: CDC Warning About Ebola Outbreak in Africa
U.S. sending surveillance planes over Syria; Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" voted best guitar riff.
GMA 8/26: Third Hostage, American Woman, Threatened By ISIS
Gas Prices Could Remain Low for Late Summer Trips; Student Disappears on Way Back to University of Montana
This Week 8/24: What's Next in the Battle With ISIS?
Guests: Gen. John Allen, Michael McCaul, David Plouffe, Bill Kristol, Donna Edwards, Peggy Noonan