An Idaho school bus carrying 12 kids to an elementary school collided with a dump truck at a rural intersection Thursday. One child was killed and four children were taken to the hospital with injuries. (Dec. 5)
Two people were killed in Britain on Thursday as a major storm hit much of Northern Europe, causing traffic chaos, disrupting air travel and leaving tens of thousands without electricity. (Dec. 5)
The Victory Belles, a New Orleans dance troupe, help World War II veterans recall the good times of the 1940's. Their performances at the National World War II Museum bring big band songs and long forgotten memories back to life. (Dec. 5)
An unrelenting storm that has spread about 2 feet of snow in northeastern Minnesota continued for a third day Wednesday. It has contributed to hundreds of traffic accidents around the state, including at least five fatal crashes since Mond...
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, December 4th: Train operator reportedly nodded off before deadly crash in New York; Vice President Joe Biden travels to China; Video captures dramatic rescue at sea; Billy Joel to perform once a month a...
Actor Will Ferrell sat down as himself at the Newseum in Washington for a brief but wide-ranging discussion about his iconic role as Ron Burgundy in the "Anchorman" movie and the double-edged sword of attempting a sequel. (Dec. 3)
The National Transportation Safety Board says brake failure and alcohol were not factors in the commuter train derailment that killed four people Sunday. Meanwhile a friend of the engineer is defending the driver of that train. (Dec. 3)
The justices hear oral arguments in a case about whether airlines can boot members out of frequent flier programs.
The National Transportation Safety Board says there were no problems found with the brake system or the signals on the train that derailed Sunday killing four people. Investigators also say blood alcohol tests on the engineer came back nega...
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 3rd: Judge clears Detroit to file for bankruptcy; U.S. House honors victims of NYC train derailment; Obama says his health care law is working; Cartier jewels dazzle Paris.