Victorville boy recounts falling down 15-foot sinkhole
Eight-year-old Adenn Camarena recalled the terrifying moments after being swallowed up by a sinkhole near his family's apartment in Victorville.
American Among 5 Dead in Mexico Nightclub Shooting
Shots rang out in a crowded club during the festival event in Playa del Carmen.
8 Shot, Including 11-Year-Old, Amid MLK Celebration in Miami: Police
Police arrested two suspects and retrieved two firearms from the scene.
Draymond Green assessed flagrant foul for hit on LeBron James
Warriors forward Draymond Green was hit with a flagrant foul 1 after a hard collision with Cavaliers forward LeBron James during Monday night's NBA Finals rematch.
Obama welcomes World Series champion Chicago Cubs
President Barack Obama welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and speak to the power of sports to unite a divided nation.
Backlash After City Calls MLK Day 'Great Americans Day'
The mayor of Biloxi said the confusion stems from a 1985 city council ruling.
3 Officers Facing Administrative Charges in Tamir Rice Case
Tamir Rice, 12, was killed while holding a toy gun in a Cleveland park in 2014.
SWAT on scene of possible shooting at Sylmar home
Police and SWAT officers were investigating a possible shooting at a home in Sylmar Monday night.
Takata to Pay $1 Billion, Plead Guilty in Airbag Fraud Case
Three top company executives were also indicted.
Healthcare Nightmare for San Bernardino Terror Victims
More than 13 months since the attack some still struggle for treatment.
Investigation Into the FBI's Handling of Clinton Email Probe Explained
IG probe comes after torrent of criticism about FBI director's actions.
Bystander Says Good Samaritan Was Right to Shoot Trooper's Assailant
Another individual has emerged as a hero in a traffic-stop ambush along an Arizona highway that left a trooper hospitalized and a suspect dead.