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Rare Look At Historic Jumbo Jet

Boeing's first 747-400 has been retired after flying over 61 million miles between 1989 and 2015.

The Latest: New tests unravel Phoenix freeway shooting case

The entire case against a suspect in a series of freeway shootings that rattled Phoenix residents has fallen apart seven months after an arrest

The Latest: Train derails in DC, leaking hazardous material

CSX says one of its freight trains has derailed in Washington, D.C., sending about 10 cars off the tracks and spilling hazardous material

Miss Indian World crowned at nation's largest powwow

An Arizona State University law student has been crowned Miss Indian World

The Biggest Upset In Sports History Is Closer Than Ever

Leicester City, in the basement of the English Premier League just last year, is closing in on the most unlikely win in sports history.

One of the Largest Circus Lion Rescues Ever

Animal Defenders International is planning the largest airlift of lions ever. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

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Is Princess Charlotte Walking Now?

Photos released for her first birthday show just how fast she's growing.

US once again forced to turn to Russia for help on Syria

Scrambling to resuscitate a nearly dead truce in Syria, the Obama administration has again been forced to turn to Russia for help, with little hope for its desired outcome

Woman killed, 3 kids hurt when car jumps curb in Los Angeles

Los Angeles police say a car jumped a curb and ran over four pedestrians, killing a 63-year-old woman and injuring three of her young relatives

Docs Say Serial Killers Have Specific Genes

Experts have studied the minds of serial killers for year. Now they say many of them might have a unique brain structure. Keleigh Nealon (@keleighnealon) has the story.

CIA director says unverified material in secret 9/11 pages

CIA Director John Brennan says a 28-page secret chapter from a congressional inquiry into 9/11 contains preliminary information about possible Saudi links to the attackers that hadn't been corroborated or checked out at the time

Malia Obama Is Heading To Harvard, But First She's Taking A Year Off

The White House announced Malia's pick for college Sunday but said she'd be taking a year off before attending.

Jail didn't save video footage showing cell of man who died

An attorney representing a mentally ill inmate who died at a Virginia jail is criticizing officials' decision not to save video footage captured outside the man's cell

Union workers take to the streets in May Day rallies

Trade unions and other groups are staging rallies around the world to mark International Workers Day

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Jail didn't save video footage showing cell of man who died

An attorney representing a mentally ill inmate who died at a Virginia jail is criticizing officials' decision not to save video footage captured outside the man's cell

Train Derailment In Washington, DC, Prompts Hazmat Response

Officials say up to three of the derailed train cars are leaking a potentially hazardous material, and nearby streets have been shut down.

Are Democrats underestimating Donald Trump?

Representatives from all five campaigns met for the first time on State of the Union to discuss Trump as a general election candidate and whether Democrats can take him on.

Yahoo CEO could get $55M in severance pay in potential sale

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will walk away with a $55 million severance package if the company's auction of its Internet operations culminates in a sale that ousts her from her job

State of the Cartoonion: Obama's last laugh

Last night was not the first time President Obama has taken on Trump with jokes at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner.

CSX train derails in Northeast DC, possible hazardous leak

A CSX freight train has derailed in Washington, D.C., leaving several cars overturned and a possible hazardous leak

Greetings from Asbury Park, opening first hotel in 50 years

The first new hotel in more than 50 years is set to open in Asbury Park at the end of May

Synthetic narcotics spark new look at drugged- driving laws

Synthetic narcotics spark new look at drugged- driving laws in New York and a dozen other states

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Over 30 Rescued Circus Lions Are Moving Into A 12,000-Acre Sanctuary

Many of the lions had suffered broken teeth, and their claws had been removed before they were rescued.

Olympian Auctions Ad Space on Arm

Olympian Nick Simmonds is auctioning off some space on his arm that can be used for ads during the 2016 track and field season. Problem is, he's not exactly allowed to do that. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) breaks it down.

Kenya Sends Ivory Poachers A 105-Ton, Burning Message

The Kenyan government made its political point, suggesting doing anything other than burning its ivory would have been immoral.