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Missing Ohio State football player found dead

A missing Ohio State University football player has been found dead, authorities said Sunday. Kosta Karageorge, a fifth-year senior, had missed practice Wednesday and hadn't been seen since.

As White House tackles Ferguson tensions, what solutions will it find?

As protesters shut down streets around Capitol Hill on Sunday morning, local and national leaders sounded off on developments in Ferguson, Missouri, and speculation over whether President Barack Obama would make a visit to the area.

U.S. Bishops 'applaud' Obama on immigration

President Barack Obama's decision to take executive action on immigration won praise from the religious community Sunday, when a leader of the U.S. Catholic Church endorsed the move.

Ferguson Mayor: Darren Wilson will not get severance after resignation

Ferguson Mayor James Knowles spoke out about the recent resignation of former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson at a press conference Sunday.

FAA to ramp up drone education, regulation

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a ... drone?

Parents: Ohio State football player complained of concussion symptoms

A missing Ohio State University football player complained about concussion symptoms before he disappeared, his parents told police.

Flights delayed despite better post-Thanksgiving travel weather

Sunday is one of the busiest travel days of the year, as millions of people return home after the Thanksgiving holiday.

Witnesses: Dog saves Atlanta family from road-rage gunfire

Witnesses are crediting a family's German shepherd with shielding its owners from gunfire in an Atlanta road-rage incident.

Gun sales boom on Black Friday: Almost 3 background checks per second

The busiest shopping day of the year also saw a major boom for gun sales, with the federal background check system setting a record of more than 175,000 background checks Friday, according to the FBI.

Darren Wilson resigns from Ferguson police force, newspaper reports

Darren Wilson, the Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who fatally shot unarmed Michael Brown in August, has resigned from the police department, his attorney told CNN Saturday.