Official: Possible biotoxin detected at DC-area mail facility

Federal authorities responded Tuesday to a report of a possible hazardous substance at a mail facility at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in the nation's capital, Lt. Col. Thomas F. Veale, a military spokesman, told CNN.

Judge tosses 3 murder charges against abortion doctor

PHILADELPHIA (CNN) -- A Philadelphia judge threw out three of the seven first-degree murder charges against Dr.

Flooding threatens already drenched Midwest, South

A powerful spring cold snap brings more rain and snow to a soggy U.S. heartland Wednesday, putting more pressure on riverside communities from the upper Midwest to the Deep South. The residents of Grafton, Illinois, north of St.

Bombing suspect's uncle: Friend in Cambridge 'brainwashed him completely'

The evolution of Tamerlan Tsarnaev from aspiring Olympic boxer to apparent self-radicalized jihadist may have been influenced by a friend in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Source: 2011 slayings of Tamerlan Tsarnaev's friend, 2 others revisited

The slaying of one of Tamerlan Tsarnaev's best friends in September 2011 is now being reviewed by a "wider group of eyes,"a source close to the Boston bombing investigation tells CNN.

Man arrested after stand-off with police in Copperas Cove

On April 23, at approximately 10:55 a.m., Copperas Cove Police Officers engaged in a foot pursuit of a wanted felony suspect in the 200 Block of Northern Dove Lane.

Sheriff McNamara to West protestors: Stay away

It has now been six days since the fertilizer explosion in West which has now claimed lives of 15 people.

Justice Department files charges against Lance Armstrong

The Justice Department late Tuesday formally filed its case against Lance Armstrong and his company Tailwind Sports for millions of dollars which the U.S. Postal Service had spent to sponsor the cycling team.

The Salvation Army serves 700 meals as case management begins in West, Texas

Dallas, TX (April 23, 2013) – The newly established Joint Assistance Center (JAC) was a hive of activity on Monday as returning West residents registered for assistance and case work with a number of agencies including The Salvation Army.

College Main makeover nearing completion

Hundreds of students walk, bike or drive down College Main on a daily basis to get to campus. Now their commute to school is a lot easier and safer thanks to a $2.8 million makeover.