5 Dead in Shooting at Maryland Newspaper; Victims Names Released
A single gunman fired inside the the Capital Gazette newsroom leaving five people dead and two injured.
Los Angeles to Host 2028 Summer Olympics
The Summer Games are going back to the City of Angels.
3 Dead, 20 Injured in Attack Outside U.K. Parliament; Suspect Killed by Police
In a possible terrorist attack Wednesday afternoon, a vehicle rammed into a crowd of pedestrians outside the British Parliament in London. A man then exited the vehicle and stabbed a police officer to death; other officers then shot and killed the assailant.
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John Glenn, Astronaut and Senator, Dies at 95
John Glenn, who in 1962 became the first American to orbit Earth, died at a hospital in Columbus, Ohio. He was 95 years old.
Two Students Shot at South Carolina Elementary School, Shooter in Custody
According to reports, two children at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina, have been shot. The shooter has been subdued and taken into custody by law enforcement.
Golfing Great Arnold Palmer Dead at 87
Golf lost one of its most iconic figures when Arnold Palmer passed away Sunday at the age of 87.
Wife of Man Killed by Charlotte Police Releases Footage of Shooting
Rakeiya Scott, the wife of the man killed by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Monday, has released a cell-phone video of the incident that she filmed.
5 People Killed in Mall Shooting Outside Seattle; Gunman Still at Large
A gunman walked into a Macy's at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, Washington, and killed five people Friday night. Using a rifle, he shot four women and one man, then disappeared.
Wheelchair-Bound Football Player Stands for National Anthem
Instead of sitting for the national anthem, one high school football player is getting praise for standing for it.
Donald Trump Supporter in Hot Water for Posting Too Many Signs in Yard
Freedom of speech may have its limits.
Walmart’s September 11 Coke Display Has Internet in a Tizzy
A Walmart in Florida has come under fire after it created a display of cases of Coke to resemble the Twin Towers in a sales tribute to September 11.