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Malaysia Airline's website has been hacked by a group calling itself Cyber Caliphate.
The White House and Congress agree on the need for passage of a cybersecurity bill.
Blizzard watches are in place for much of the region for Sunday night and Monday.
Passengers on Delta 1061 posted about the diversion on social mediia
Father called 911 after finding babies bleeding, police say.
Rope breaks while wreckage was being lifted from seafloor.
Some nice gestures for loved ones highlights this week's uplifting stories.
President speaks with Japan's prime minister about Islamic State.
As conservatives gathered, here are the biggest moments and the lingering questions.
Speaker John Boehner says he stares at the president's head and attempts to make no news.
Health Matters summit is starting point for health and wellness solutions around the country.
Counterterrorism measures spark outrage in some and resignation in others.
If confirmed, Loretta Lynch will be the first African-American woman to hold the office.
Out of the loop this weekend? We've got what you missed.
The damage included a large billboard that blew down in Burbank, while a big tree fell into the kitchen of a house in Van Nuys.
A gunman shot another person, then turned gun on self, in a Home Depot
"The Germans tried to kill the entire Jewish people but they failed," says Renee Ganz.
The president paid the condolences in a phone call to Shinzo Abe from India.
Bob and June Runion went to buy a car from someone they contacted through Craigslist.
President Petro Poroshenko held an emergency meeting of his military officials and cut short a trip to Saudi Arabia.