Zimmerman trial protestors react violently in the streets; Burn American flag, possibly attacked people

Unabated anger over the acquittal of George Zimmerman played out Tuesday in violent protests on gritty California streets and some other cities across the nation, as well as on social media sites.

AZ woman found dead in van carrying 35 animals

Phoenix (KPHO) -- Phoenix police are investigating the death of an Arizona woman whose body was found in a cockroach and spider-infested van carrying 35 animals. Lola Mae Stout was pronounced dead shortly before 2:30 p.m.

Martin 'star witness' upset, angry by verdict

The friend who was on the phone with Trayvon Martin when his fatal confrontation with George Zimmerman began said Monday she is "disappointed, upset, angry, questioning and mad" at Zimmerman's acquittal on murder charges.

Asiana to proceed with TV station suit, but NTSB is off the hook

SEOUL, South Korea (CNN) -- Asiana Airlines says it will proceed with its planned lawsuit against an Oakland, California, television station, but it's not going to pursue legal action against the National Transportation Safety Board.

Radioactive material discovered on TX Army base

Fort Bliss officials announced radioactive material has been discovered on Biggs Airfield.

Mexico captures major drug lord

A Mexican military helicopter hovered south of the border in the early morning darkness. Below it, one of the country's most wanted drug lords was riding in a pickup truck. Mexican authorities say they'd been tracking Zetas cartel boss Miguel A

Syria's children deserve chance to be kids again

BEKAA VALLEY, Lebanon (CNN) -- In my nine years as a UNICEF ambassador, I've been to camps for people displaced by conflict. Though hardly luxurious, they usually have some kind of structure: a water source, latrines, even schools.

Bachmann wants to 'spank' Obama

She tried to run against President Barack Obama as last year's GOP nominee. But with that dream dashed, Rep.

New law allows schools to teach gun safety to first-graders

Along with math, science and social studies, gun safety could soon be part of the first-grade curriculum in some Missouri public schools. A new measure that advocates for such classes for first-graders was signed into law last week.

Father gets 3 life sentences for killing 3 daughters

A 35-year-old father found to be sane when he killed his three young daughters last July was sentenced to three life sentences without the possibility of parole Monday. St.