• Trayvon Martin's parents shocked by verdict

    7/18/13 9:34 AM

    Trayvon Martin's parents made appearances on network morning shows Thursday, saying they are still shocked that jurors acquitted George Zimmerman in the 2012 shooting death of their 17-year-old son.

  • Sandy Hook victims to receive $281,000 each

    7/17/13 6:25 PM

    Families of the 26 children and educators killed in the Connecticut school shooting will receive $281,000 each under a plan for dividing up $7.7 million in donations.

  • 17th anniversary of TWA Flight 800 crash

    7/17/13 5:54 PM

    The debate about TWA Flight 800's ill-fated final flight will begin again as a new documentary debuts. It features some of the original TWA 800 investigators who believe the June 17, 1996 crash was no accident.

  • Lawsuit over Cold War-era scientist's mysterious death dismissed

    7/17/13 11:46 AM

    Frank Olson's sons claimed that the CIA murdered their father by pushing him from a 13th-story window of a New York hotel - and that he didn't jump to his death, as the agency contends.

  • Ohio kidnapping and rape suspect pleads not guilty

    7/17/13 11:21 AM

    A Cleveland man accused of holding three women captive in his home for more than a decade has pleaded not guilty to 512 counts of kidnapping and 446 counts of rape.

  • Asiana won't sue KTVU over fake name broadcast

    7/17/13 9:11 AM

    The South Korean air carrier said that KTVU-TV has already apologized for using fake names for four pilots on a plane that crashed in San Francisco on July 6. It will no longer sue, as it had said it would do.

  • Groups sue government to halt electronic surveillance

    7/16/13 5:11 PM

    A suit filed in federal court in San Francisco challenges what the plaintiffs describe as an illegal and unconstitutional program of dragnet electronic surveillance.

  • Holder criticizes stand your ground laws

    7/16/13 4:50 PM

    Referring to the case of Trayvon Martin shooting, Attorney General Eric Holder said: "separate and apart from the case that has drawn the nation's attention, it's time to question laws that senselessly expand the concept of self-defense and sow dangerous conflict in our neighborhoods."

  • Navy vet goes through rare amnesia disorder

    7/16/13 1:12 PM

    Imagine falling asleep thinking you were yourself, then waking up the next day and forgetting everything you knew about that person. That's exactly what doctors think happened to an Navy veteran in Southern California.

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