National News

  • Dan Marino Backs Out of NFL Lawsuit

     Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino is among the latest group of football players to file a concussion-related lawsuit against the National Football League.

  • Today in History for June 4th

     Highlights of this day in history: Chinese troops crush a pro-democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square; World War II's Battle of Midway begins; Henry Ford tests his quadricycle; Bruce Springsteen releases 'Born in the U.

  • Training Aims to Reduce Police Shooting Dogs

    In response to criticism and lawsuits, police in Wisconsin and elsewhere have begun training officers to recognize when dogs' actions are nonthreatening or when less-lethal defense might be more effective.

  • Hail and Dust Storms Hit Nebraska

    Baseball-sized hail pummeled homes and cars in Nebraska on Tuesday as powerful thunderstorms moved through a swath of Midwest states.

  • Ex-Charlotte Mayor Pleads Guilty

    Former Charlotte mayor Patrick Cannon plead guilty to a public corruption charge.

  • Kelly Osbourne Is a Makeup Guru

    Hear why Kelly's photo was airbrushed. Learn more about this story by watching the video below. Video may not play on some mobile devices.

  • Top Four Things Coming Out of Apple's Developers Conference

    Apple launched new systems for IOS and Mac at the start of their 2014 World Wide Developers Conference. Mobile updates including IOS 8, while Yosemite was introduced as the newest upgrade for Mac.

  • Today in History for June 3rd

    Highlights of this day in history: Ed White is the first American to walk in space; Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and Pope John XXIII die; Britain's Duke of Windsor weds Wallis Simpson; Poet Allen Ginsberg and entertainer Josephine Baker born.

  • D-Day Paratrooper: 'It's Always There'

    70 years since the Allied invasion of Normandy, France, surviving veterans are recounting harrowing memories and emotional scars.

  • Chinese Students Today Don't Know Tiananmen

    Few Chinese students know about the tragedy of Tiananmen Square.

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