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9 injured in large fire atop 6-story apartment…

Large fire on top floors of 6-story apartment building results in 9 minor injuries

Crash sends California police car off road…

Authorities say a Los Angeles County sheriff's patrol vehicle heading to an emergency call crashed with another car and then ran onto a sidewalk, killing two small boys and critically injuring their mother

Rev Jesse Jackson discloses Parkinson's disease…

Jesse Jackson says he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2015

Russia again vetoes extension of chemical experts…

Russia has vetoed a U.N. resolution that would extend for 30 days the mandate of the expert body charged with determining responsibility for chemical weapons attacks in Syria

Part of plane engine cover fell off in flight…

Two passengers on a SkyWest flight in southern Utah says a piece of the plane's engine cover fell off midflight

Stay away from red-hot Chinese IPO market

Jim Cramer examined the recent spate of Chinese companies coming public on U.S. exchanges and explained why they're not worth the investment.

Apple's visitor center opens to the public

CNET takes you inside Apple Park with its new Apple Store, cafe, and more.

How worried should we be about melting ice caps?

As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.

Convictions of 15 Black Men Overturned In Chicago

The city of Chicago just made history with the largest mass exoneration in the city.

Yes, You Can Die Of A Broken Heart

People who suffer form takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or Broken Heart Syndrome, have the same survival rates as those who have had a heart attack.

Oklahoma governor vetoes budget bill with shortfall

Republican Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has vetoed a bill that would have raided cash reserves and cut deeper into agency funding to balance the state budget

The Latest: Witness: No siren on police car that killed 2

A witness says a Los Angeles County sheriff's vehicle wasn't using its sirens or lights before it crashed with another car, jumped a curb and killed two small boys

Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery…

Lawyer for South American soccer official charged in corruption case involving the sport's governing body calls key witness at New York trial 'serial liar'

Parents sue over boy's death in rotating Atlanta…

Family of 5-year-old boy whose skull became crushed in rotating wall of a hotel restaurant sues Atlanta hotel, accusing it of negligence in his death

Mugabe Appears In Public As His Party Calls For…

Zimbabwe's president is now facing pressure from his party to stand aside in the wake of a military intervention in the country.

Maybe Letting Delivery Drivers Into Home Isn't…

A recent survey of US adults found 68% weren't comfortable giving delivery drivers access to their homes to leave packages inside, as happens with Amazon's new service, the Seattle Times reports. That number may soon go up even further. A security research firm tells CBS News a "really simple" hack...

Neighbor: Northern California gunman targeted…

The neighbor of a man who went on a shooting rampage in a small Northern California town says the gunman had threatened to kill one of his victims and go to an elementary school to kill the victim's son, too

Hawaii psychiatric patient says he's surprised…

A man who walked away from a Hawaii psychiatric hospital and made it to California before being captured says he was surprised his escape worked

California's legal pot countdown: What's coming…

The rules that will govern California's legal marijuana economy next year have been published, giving businesses and consumers a glimpse into the future

After Decades of Quiet Visits to Boy's Grave, Mystery Mourner Identified

Twelve-year-old Karl Smith drowned on a Scouting trip in 1947. For decades now, people have been leaving flowers and poems on his grave near Cheltenham, England, and his sister, Ann Kear, has longed to know who the mystery visitors are. One of them has now been revealed as part of...

Prosecutor misses filing deadline to seek death penalty

A Florida prosecutor who recently reversed a blanket policy against executions has missed the filing deadline to pursue the death penalty in a murder case

Applied Materials CEO: 'The future of competition…

Jim Cramer caught up with Applied Materials President and CEO Gary Dickerson about his company's role in artificial intelligence and big data.