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VIDEO: George Zimmerman arrested after disturbance call
Florida officials say George Zimmerman was arrested after deputies respond to disturbance call at house near Orlando.
Tornado wary schools get money for shelters
The tragic deaths of seven elementary school students in an EF-5 tornado in May 2013 inspired the creation of a non-profit group that is raising money to build safe rooms and shelters in Oklahoma's schools. The group is giving $500,000 to schools in the suburb where those students were killed.
How does a Secret Service agent manage to leave behind a bullet in a hotel room?
The latest Secret Service scandal has raised an unusual question: How does an agent manage to leave a stray bullet behind?
Five myths about John F. Kennedy
Most everyone who was alive on Nov. 22, 1963, remembers where they were when they heard that President John F. Kennedy had been shot. JFK was the youngest elected U.S. president and the youngest to die.
VIDEO: Globetrotter escapes serious injury when backboard collapses
William Bullard, a player with the Harlem Globetrotters, narrowly escaped serious injury during a game in Honduras when the entire basketball hoop -- including the backboard and basket support -- came crashing down on him after an acrobatic dunk.
Do animals understand pointing like humans do?
Understanding pointing apparently takes some sophistication. Even chimpanzees, who are smart cookies in many ways, don’t “get it” when it comes to pointing.
VIDEO: Smithsonian makes 3D imaging push
The Smithsonian Institution is launching a new 3D scanning and printing initiative to make more artifacts accessible to schools, researchers and the public worldwide.
Investigation should shed light on bullying scandal in Miami
It’s difficult to make much sense of the actions in the Miami Dolphins locker room because it’s a culture most of us don’t understand and can’t comprehend.
VIDEO: Amazon teams with Postal Service to deliver on Sundays
Amazon is teaming up with the U.S. Postal Service to bring you Sunday deliveries.
Flood insurance changes may swamp homeowners
Cuts to federal flood insurance subsidies threaten to cause steep hikes in insurance bills for those buying property in FEMA-designated "high risk" areas, and the ripple effect is washing onto the main streets and blue-collar blocks of the nation's river cities and towns.
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