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Say what? Boy, 9, goes joy riding in city bus, police say

A Saskatoon driver who stole a city bus and bumped into two other vehicles won't lose his license, police in the Canadian city said. That's because the alleged culprit is only 9 years old.

Propaganda concerns, duty to tell whole story drive decisions about terror videos

There are no easy answers when journalists have to decide how to cover a terrorist group's video.

Family Who Moved Into Former Powell Home Says Mysterious Events Forced Them Out

The family currently renting the home formerly owned by Josh and Susan Powell says they have moved out.

Obama won't take immigration executive action until after elections

President Obama will not take any executive actions on immigration until after November's elections, a White House official confirmed to CNN on Saturday.

Wildfire near Yosemite National Park forces hundreds of evacuations

A wildfire scorched hundreds of acres near Yosemite National Park in California, leaving one person injured and forcing the evacuation of 700 homes.

Hillary Clinton to decide on 2016 presidential run around end of year

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in the span of a few months, has gone from saying she is not thinking about running for president to telling an audience in Mexico on Friday that she will make her presidential decision around the firs

FAA: Unresponsive plane crashes off the coast of Jamaica

A small plane flew for hours unresponsive from Rochester, New York, southward before crashing Friday off the coast of Jamaica, the Federal Aviation Administration said.

17-year-old's massive swordfish could break record

A massive swordfish, that could break a record, was caught by a local 17-year-old on Labor Day. Adam Satter, an avid fisherman, admits this was just his second time fishing for swordfish.

Top Somali militant killed in U.S. operation, Pentagon says

Ahmed Godane, the leader of the Somali militant group Al-Shabaab, was killed this week in a U.S. military operation, the Pentagon said Friday.

Pilots may have suffered from cerebral hypoxia. What's that?

The pilots aboard an unresponsive plane that flew over the Caribbean Sea on Friday may have been stricken by cerebral hypoxia -- a fancy term for when your brain is deprived of oxygen.