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Twisters rock Mississippi after 16 deaths in Midwest

People in northern Mississippi and Alabama huddled in hallways and basements as a string of tornadoes ripped through their states Monday, a day after another line of storms killed 16 people to their west.

6 Clippers sponsors jump ship following alleged racist comments

The sponsor backlash against Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling has begun.

New surveillance footage shows helicopter crashing on hospital rooftop

Brand new video shows a medical helicopter crashing on the roof of a hospital before it could even take off. Everyone inside is okay, Mike Springer has more on the quick thinking by the pilot.

Google: Self-driving cars are mastering city streets

Long a veteran of the highways of rural California, Google's self-driving car is working on becoming safer in the city.

U.S. searches for MN preacher accused of 59 counts of molestation

Preacher accused of 59 counts of molesting girls in Minnesota

Power outage tips for warm weather

Several states are being hit by severe storms, and more may be on the way. It's a good idea to prepare yourself for when power lines go down, especially in warm weather.

Rep. Michael Grimm in custody, officials say

U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm, R-New York, was taken into federal custody on charges relating to a failed restaurant business and allegations that he made false statements, law enforcement officials said Monday.

Never fear, parents: Superheroes help kids soar

Two of my eldest son's first words were "Dada" and "Batman." (Or "Batmah," at least.)

Fast Facts: What you need to know about tornadoes

Here's a look at what you need to know about tornadoes, which are funnel-shaped clouds that form under thunderclouds and contain rapidly rotating air.

At least 18 killed in severe weather after deadly Sunday storms

Parts of the South and Midwest may be in for more severe weather Monday, a day after suspected tornadoes killed at least 18 people in three states, including 10 who died in one devastated Arkansas county.