A gunman was reported at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington, on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – This Sunday the world remembers four little girls killed exactly fifty years ago in Birmingham.
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A look at the fight for equal rights in the state of Alabama fifty years ago, with a focus on the events that shaped the City of Birmingham and the State of Alabama’s struggle for civil rights.
Flooding that cut off dozens of people in Colorado mountain communities swept downstream Friday, spilling rivers and creeks over their banks and forcing thousands more evacuations in towns and cities beleaguered by days of rain.
This gallery contains photos published Sept. 5-12, 2013.
George Zimmerman’s wife has called police to her father’s house, saying the former neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted of murder threatened her with a gun.
Russia and the United States clashed Monday over the nuclear hazards posed by any U.S. attack on Syria, with Moscow pressing the U.N. atomic agency for a quick assessment of such dangers and the U.S. dismissing the request as outside of the agency’s authority.
Twelve years after terrorists destroyed the old World Trade Center, the new one is becoming a reality, with a museum remembering the attacks and two office towers where thousands of people will work set to open within the next year.
Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and other charges following his indictment in the killing of a friend authorities say was shot five times in an industrial park.
The U.S. economy is producing jobs at a still-subpar pace – a trend the Federal Reserve will weigh in deciding this month whether to slow its bond buying and, if so, by how much.
Army reunions have been held as long as soldiers have been going off to war, yet a reunion this week was perhaps like no other in history.
Chobani says it’s recalling some of its Greek yogurt cups that were affected by mold, a move prompted by reports of illnesses by some customers.
The University of California, Irvine said Wednesday it will offer a free online course based on the network’s hit zombie series. A team of UC Irvine professors will teach the eight-week course, which begins on Monday, Oct. 14, the day after the AMC drama has its season premiere.
A Senate panel has voted to give President Barack Obama the authority to use military force against Syria in response to a deadly chemical weapons attack.
Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning is seeking a presidential pardon for sending reams of classified information to WikiLeaks, a leak she says was done “out of a love for my country and sense of duty to others,” according to documents released Wednesday.
Battling to save their client’s life, lawyers for theater shooting defendant James Holmes broadened their attack on the death penalty, saying in motions released Tuesday that the sentence is so unevenly imposed in Colorado and so rarely carried out that it is unconstitutional.
Amid cheers, applause and whoops of joy Tuesday, Diana Nyad launched what promised to be a dayslong celebration of her 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida – a record she finally set 35 years and four tries after her first attempt.
Diana Nyad has become the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without the help of a shark cage.