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Woman Charged With Falsifying Report Amid Cop Killers Manhunt
Authorities spent five hours searching following report.
1 Marine Killed, 11 Hurt in Helicopter Hard Landing
1 Marine killed, 11 others hurt in helicopter hard landing at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Trump Expected to Sign GOP Pledge Today, Source Says
Front-runner Donald Trump apparently ready to sign a pledge of loyalty to GOP.
Former Arizona Governor 'Offended' Over Internet Ads
The ads feature her image to promote anti-aging products.
Judge Overturns Tom Brady's 'Deflategate' Suspension
The Patriots quarterback challenged the NFL's 4-game suspension decision.
How a Refugee Family Fleeing Syria Was Smuggled to Greece
At least 350,000 refugees have illegally entered Europe so far this year.
Fender Carries on Founder's Dream, Still Making Guitars in the US
Nearly 70 years later, workers still making the famous instruments by hand.
Pals' Love of Vintage Shorts Becomes Online Success
Four friends ditched their jobs to create and sell a fashion obsession.
Girl's Selfless Donation May Have Saved Twin Brother With Cancer
Charlotte Godish went through a stem cell transplant for brother Bradley.
Patches the Crossing Guard Dog 'Fired'
The 5-year-old pooch has been banned from the crosswalk.
Dad Writes Tear-Jerking Letter to Newlywed Daughter With Down Syndrome
Paul Daugherty said he will give Jillian the letter when the time is right.
Videos
Teacher Donates Kidney to 1st Grade Student
Mrs. Painter donated a kidney to Matthew Parker who is back to school in second grade.
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WN 09/02/15: Manhunt Intensifies Outside of Chicago for 3 Cop Killers
Joe Biden drops hints about his next move; teacher donates kidney to her 1st grade student.
Tips to Decide Whether to Buy or Lease a Car
Get the information you need to weigh your options and possibly save thousands.
Cutting Your Vacation Costs
Check out these creative ways to travel that may save you thousands.
Hero's Welcome for Alek Skarlatos
The Army National Guardsman returns to the US after helping stop train attack in France.