Navy honors Pearl Harbor hero with new aircraft carrier
Miller was recognized for manning a machine gun and returning fire against Japanese planes. Black men not allowed to man a gun in the Navy in 1941.
Man struck by fishing boat while on a Jet Ski saved by nearby deckhand
A tourist who almost lost his life while vacationing in St. Barts was able to thank the man who saved him after he was struck by a fishing boat while on a jet ski.
2 horses euthanized in 2 days at Santa Anita Park
Santa Anita Park, the famed Southern California horse racing track that has recently gained notoriety over dozens of deaths, has euthanized two more horses in two days.
Teen facing murder charge after victim shot at high school basketball game dies
A police officer was also hurt in the June 11 shooting.
Video: Teen takes break from clearing snow to bust a move
Shoveling snow can be a chore for kids, but one teen from Minnesota showed one way to enjoy it.
Rescue dogs escort bridal party down the aisle at wedding
Heather Pavlich's bridesmaids were each accompanied by a four-legged adoptable escort as they walked down the aisle, and at the reception, each table had a basket for donations.
Subway service suspended after water main break floods tracks
A water main break in Manhattan sent water pouring through the ceiling of a nearby subway station and onto the tracks early Sunday.
Up Close: Impeachment, 'Close the door' fire safety
In this week's edition of Up Close, Bill Ritter talks to the experts about the impeachment of President Donald Trump and then sits down with FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro to remind anyone fleeing a fire to close the door behind them.
Puerto Rico, fearing more quakes, struggles to recover from latest hit
In a special edition of Tiempo, Joe Torres takes a look at the devastation in Puerto Rico following the earthquakes and aftershocks that have rocked the island.
Harry, Meghan no longer 'working members' of royal family: Here's what that means
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are no longer "working members' of royal family, Buckingham Palace said.
Nets look to get back on track vs. visiting Sixers
Being unable to stop Tobias Harris Wednesday night is part of a litany of issues plaguing the Brooklyn Nets these days.
Controversial group divides black Americans in fight for economic equality
ADOS, American Descendants of Slavery support reparations and a black economic agenda but not without controversy.
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