National

(Hartford, CT) -- Family members of Sandy Hook Elementary School victims are pledging to continue the fight against gun violence. Mark Barden's son Daniel died in the attack, and he says 30-thousand people are killed in the U.S. each year with guns. Several Newtown family...
(Akron, OH) -- An Ohio woman is searching for her mother's ashes after a package was lost in the mail. Kimberly Phillips says the U.S. Postal Service can't seem to locate her mother's remains. Catherine Stermock's ashes were to be delivered from Akron to Pennsylvania where she...
(Cleveland, OH) -- Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins is defending his wearing of a "Justice for Tamir Rice" shirt during warmups before Sunday's game against the Bengals. Hawkins says he has no reason to apologize to police for the shirt. Cleveland Police issued a statement...
(El Paso, TX) -- A Texan who's making international headlines for denouncing the U.S. after entering North Korea illegally apparently arrived in the communist country swimming. CNN reports that Arturo Martinez claims he was able to enter North Korea by swimming across the river...
(Undated) -- The man who interrogated 9-11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed is speaking out about the CIA's "Torture Report." Doctor James Mitchell tells FOX News' "The Kelly File" he was directed not to hold back during his interrogations. Mitchell went into detail about...
(Pennsburg, PA) -- Police are still on the hunt for a man accused of killing six people in the Philadelphia-area, including his ex-wife. Police say Bradley Stone shot Nicole Stone just a few feet from their children Monday morning at an apartment complex. Police believe Stone...
(Doylestown, PA) -- The search for the man suspected in a Philadelphia-area killing spree appears to be narrowing. Police are now looking for Bradley Stone in Bucks County after reports of shots fired and an attempted carjacking in Doylestown. According to emergency radio calls...
(New York, NY) -- New York City police are looking for six additional protesters in connection with the attack on two police officers during demonstrations last weekend. Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says three men and three women were caught on video punching and kicking...
(Undated) -- A new survey shows more employers are throwing holiday parties. A report from CareerBuilder.com shows that 63 percent of employers will be throwing a party this holiday season, up from 59 percent in 2013. Their efforts for company bonding may be going unappreciated...