'Sabado Gigante' ends 53-year run
"Sabado Gigante," television's longest-running variety show is calling it a wrap after 53 years.
Plane changed course before deadly Bloomington crash
A preliminary report on the airplane crash that killed seven people near Bloomington confirms the pilot unexpectedly changed course as he approached the airport.
Nik Wallenda plans 400-foot Orlando observation wheel walk
Nik Wallenda says he'll walk untethered on top of a 400-foot observation wheel in Orlando, Florida, this month.
Spring Break night brings fun and frivolity to week 6 of 'Dancing With The Stars'
The competition heats up with a spring break themed show and a crowd favorite is sent home on week six of 'Dancing With The Stars.'
Heather Mack, Tommy Schaefer found guilty in Bali murder, sentenced to prison
Heather Mack and her boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, were found guilty of premeditated murder in the Bali death of Mack's mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, and sentenced to prison.
Cardinal George visitation begins Tuesday at Holy Name Cathedral
Three days of visitation for Francis Cardinal George begin on Tuesday at Holy Name Cathedral.
Judge finds Chicago cop Dante Servin not guilty; courtroom explodes
Charges were dismissed against Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin in the 2012 shooting death of Rekia Boyd, 22.
Home Washed Away in Furious Storm
A fierce storm lashing Australia's southeast washed homes away, left dozens stranded and may be responsible for at least three deaths, officials said.
US Couple Convicted, Sentenced in Indonesia Killing
An Indonesian court convicted an American couple in the killing of the woman's mother.
Mayor 'Angry' About Man's Unexplained Death After Arrest
Baltimore officials said they share residents' frustration with the lack of answers for why Freddie Gray died a week after he was taken into police custody.
Detroit Zoo Plans to Turn Animal Waste Into Energy
The Detroit Zoo is planning to turn a major byproduct of its animal inhabitants into reusable energy.