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Oklahoma tornadoes rake the state: Storms kill 1, injure dozens

Oklahoma tornadoes rake the state: Storms kill 1, injure dozens

What had been an unusually quiet storm season broke out with a vengeance Wednesday, slashing across Oklahoma and killing one person.
California woman's alleged kidnapping a hoax, police call it 'wild goose chase'

California woman's alleged kidnapping a hoax, police call it 'wild goose chase'

The reported kidnapping of a Vallejo, California, woman for ransom this week was nothing but a hoax, police said.

Video shows naked shooting aftermath

New video obtained by NBC Atlanta affiliate WXIA shows DeKalb County Police Officer Robert Olsen moments after fatally shooting Anthony Hill. Hill was naked and unarmed at the time of the shooting.

Boy kept in basement

Two Independence, Missouri women were charged Tuesday with child abuse after prosecutors say a 10-year-old was beaten, neglected and locked in a basement.

London bridge is full of bats!

Arizona's famed London Bridge is a point of pride to many residents, and now it's also home to thousands of Yuma myotis bats living inside the dark and damp structure.

Brutal arrest probed

More than 50 people have marched outside the Inkster, Michigan police department Wednesday to demand the firing of two white officers involved in the aggressive arrest of a black man who was pulled from his car and punched in the head several t
Dow tumbles 292 points as economy shows cracks

Dow tumbles 292 points as economy shows cracks

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Wall Street is no longer cheering bad economic news. The Dow dropped 292 points and the S&P 500 declined almost 1.5% after the latest in a long line of alarming economic reports.
7 big changes coming to Facebook

7 big changes coming to Facebook

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Get ready for more big changes to Facebook.
More than half of middle-class kids fail to earn bachelor's degrees

More than half of middle-class kids fail to earn bachelor's degrees

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Here's a little-known, scary stat: More than half of middle class kids who start college fail to earn a bachelor's degree within six to eight years.
Capitol Police to Congress: No more drunken 4th of July parties

Capitol Police to Congress: No more drunken 4th of July parties

Congressional law enforcement officials want to rein in the growing number of parties in the Capitol during the annual Memorial Day and July Fourth concerts, according to a letter from the U.S.
California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping

California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping

Denise Huskins, who was reported kidnapped two days ago in Vallejo, California, has been found safe more than 400 miles away, authorities and her father said Wednesday.
'Most Interesting Man' cutout gets traffic ticket

'Most Interesting Man' cutout gets traffic ticket

Call it "The Most Interesting Traffic Ticket in the World."
California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping

California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping

 Denise Huskins, who was reported kidnapped two days ago in Vallejo, California, has been found safe more than 400 miles away, authorities and her father said Wednesday.
Kidnapped woman's father to abductors: 'Please don't hurt her'

Kidnapped woman's father to abductors: 'Please don't hurt her'

The father of a woman who vanished from her boyfriend's home in California is imploring her kidnappers not to harm her.

Army Sgt. Bergdahl to be charged with desertion

Military officials are set to charge Army Sgt.