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(Undated) -- Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says appropriate action needs to be taken in regards to the Sony hacking scandal. Powell tells "CBS This Morning" he isn't sure what kind of retaliation can take place against North Korea if proven it is indeed behind it...
(Undated) -- A woman who stopped on a Canadian highway to save some ducklings is getting a ten-year driving ban and jail time in the deaths of two people. Emma Czornobaj was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail, ten years of no driving and 240 hours of community service. She...
(Trenton, NJ) -- As President Obama moves to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba, the fate of dozens of American fugitives living on the island remains unclear. That includes an accused cop killer from New Jersey. Joanne Chesimard is on the FBI's most wanted list with a...
(Redondo Beach, CA) -- Three people are dead and several others critically hurt after a suspected drunk driver plowed into a crowd following a church concert in Southern California. Police in Redondo Beach say families were leaving a performance by students of St. James Catholic...
(Boston, MA) -- The Boston Marathon bombing suspect is making his first public appearance today in nearly a year and-a-half. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev arrived this morning for a hearing in Boston federal court. Tsarnaev has been held in solitary confinement at a medical prison near...
(Undated) -- A federal judge is turning down a 75-million-dollar NCAA settlement aimed at ending a lawsuit over the long-term effect of concussions. U.S. District Judge John Lee says the proposed agreement is a step in the right direction, but argues the 70-million dollars...
(Undated) -- Sony will likely take a major financial hit over its decision not to release its controversial comedy "The Interview" next week. The studio announced the move yesterday after major theater chains dropped the film citing a terror threat posted by hackers. Sony's...
(Washington, DC) -- First-time requests for unemployment benefits are down. The Labor Department says initial claims fell by several thousand last week to 289-thousand. Most analysts had been expecting a slight increase from the prior week's more than 294-thousand. Today's...
(Brooklyn, NY) -- People in Brooklyn, New York are remembering the school children massacred in a Taliban attack in Pakistan this week. Dozens gathered last night to pray for the victims and their families. More than 140 people were slaughtered, most of them children, in an...