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A successful wife is declared dead from nicotine poisoning - is her "Jeopardy!"-winning husband smart enough to get away with murder?
Bad weather in Denver forced airplanes to be diverted to other airports. One plane arriving from Kansas City ended up grounded on a tarmac for more than 6 hours. Vinita Nair reports.
After a video surfaced of Britt McHenry insulting a towing company worker, ESPN quickly suspended the reporter. But as Jericka Duncan reports, the Internet backlash against McHenry is far from over.
Students from California’s Granada Hills Charter High School continued an academic dynasty, which started in 2011. Carter Evans shows what these dedicated students do in order to become national champions.
More than 250,000 students across the country have opted out of taking the standardized tests which measure proficiency in math and language arts. Julianna Goldman reports how the Common Core debate is playing out on the campaign trail.
Britt McHenry is latest person to be tried and found guilty by social media. What does that say about online shaming?
Firefighters in the Boise, Idaho area give oxygen to two parrots after they were rescued from a burning home in Middleton, Idaho. Firefighters say the parrots were calling "help" and "fire," which initially made them think human beings were trapped in the house. But it was just two parrots, who are expected to survive.
"All Californians need to step up more," chair of State Water Resources Control Board says; some cities told to conserve more, others less