Helicopter Crashes in Downtown Seattle, Killing 2, Injuring at Least 1 [UPDATED]
A helicopter belonging to Seattle news station KOMO crashed on Tuesday morning near Fisher Plaza, near the famed Space Needle.
UPDATED: At Least 2 Dead, 22 Injured in New York City Building Explosion [PHOTOS]
Two adjacent apartment buildings in Manhattan collapsed after a gas explosion Wednesday morning. Two women were killed in the blast, which also injured at least 16 people and left many more missing.
Passengers on Missing Flight With Stolen Passports Likely Not Linked to Terrorism
Two Iranian men with stolen passports on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 do not appear connected to terrorism.
Ralph Waite of ‘The Waltons’ Dies at 85
Ralph Waite, a fixture on American TV screens during the 1972-1981 run of 'The Waltons,' died Thursday. He was 85.
All-American Football Player Michael Sam Announces He’s Gay
Michael Sam, an All-American defensive end at the University of Missouri, announced that he was gay, setting him up to be the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
‘Jeopardy!’ Contestant’s Unconventional Style Rankles Viewers — But He Wins
Answer: This 'Jeopardy!' contestant has used game theory to rack up four straight wins with a style that annoys some traditional viewers.
Two Students Injured in New Mexico Middle School Shooting [UPDATED]
Shots were fired at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, New Mexico, Tuesday morning.
Maddux, Glavine, Thomas Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame; Biggio Falls Short
On Wednesday Major League Baseball announced that Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas were all elected to baseball's Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
A ‘Polar Vortex’ Is Freezing Over Much of America
If you live in the Midwest, you already know this: it's very, very, extremely, downright absurdly cold out there. And things are only going to get worse as what weather experts call a "polar vortex" begins covering more and more of the country.
Ship Carrying 74 People Trapped in Antarctica Set to Be Rescued
On Christmas Eve in Antarctica, a blizzard descended upon the Russian ship MV Akademik Shokalskiy, surrounding it in ice and immobilizing it. Seventy-four people, including tourists, scientists and crew members, are onboard. But help is on the way.
Waitress Receives Massive Tip After Returning Lost Money to Wrong Guy
The giving spirit is strong this time of year.
Man Decides to Give $40 Million Lottery Prize to Charity in Wife’s Honor
Tom Crist got a phone call from Western Canada Lottery saying he had just won $40 million. So what did he do? Well, nothing at all, at first.