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US airman dead, 2 missing as Typhoon Phanfone slams Japan

One of the three U.S. airmen washed away to sea Sunday from their station post at Kadena Air Base in Japan has died.

Hong Kong protests persist after ultimatum, mob attacks

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters jammed the streets of Hong Kong's central business district Saturday night and early Sunday, clapping and cheering just hours after an ultimatum by government leaders: Let city workers back in their off

After Emergency Medical Call, Corona Firefighters Finish Patient's Yard Work

After Corona Fire Department crew treated a man who collapsed while mowing his lawn, firefighters sent him to the hospital and finished the yard work themselves on Wednesday morning.

Hazmat crews clean up, quarantined family move out due to Ebola case

A Dallas apartment where the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States had stayed is finally getting a thorough cleaning, days after the diagnosis left four people quarantined there with soiled towels and sweat-stained sheets from

With Kim out of sight, North Korean top brass pay snap visit to South

With Kim Jong Un out of sight for a month, three North Korean officials popped down to South Korea for a last-minute visit Saturday. And they delivered a diplomatic bonbon.

ISIS video claims to show beheading of Alan Henning; American threatened

A short video released by ISIS on Friday shows the apparent beheading of British aid worker Alan Henning.

GM recalls 524,000 vehicles tied to two injuries

General Motors recalls 524,000 autos to deal with a flaw tied to three accidents and two injuries.

Blood moon returns, and this time it's bigger

Blood moon, Act II, opens soon in the heavens near you. And it will be bigger than Act I.

Third US high school football player dies in a week

A varsity football player from suburban New York high school died after colliding with an opponent during a game, a school official said.

The dinosaur that ate sharks for breakfast

Few dinosaurs have as interesting a back story as the spinosaurus. In life, it dominated the waterways -- a 50-foot-long behemoth that employed its blade-like claws and conical, razor-sharp teeth to annihilate its prey.