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Oregon Police: shooter kills one, then himself at high school

(CNN) -- When the shooting started at her high school near Portland, Oregon, early Tuesday, student Jaimie Infante didn't recognize the sound of the gunshot. She thought maybe somebody had dropped a book.

Wallet missing for 20 years returned to owner in Ohio

A man in northeast Ohio gets back the wallet he lost twenty years ago. Kevin Gibson lost his wallet at the Brookside Golf Course, when he was a college student at Ashland University.

NASA cameras capture huge solar flares

The sun is putting on a fireworks show again.

Friend of Vegas shooters regrets not calling cops after red flags

Filled with regret, Kelley Fielder wishes she would have tried to stop them.

Healthy twins born 24 days apart in Boston

In Boston, a set of twins born 24 days apart are healthily, thanks to the efforts of doctors who performed a rare surgery to save both children.

St. Louis Archbishop says he 'didn't know' sex with child was a crime

The current archbishop of St. Louis says he was unsure if a priest having sex with a child was a crime back when he was auxiliary bishop in the twin cities.

NC man holds German woman as sex slave in wharehouse

A woman from Germany is now safe after police say she was held as a sex slave by North Carolina man. The suspect is now charged with human trafficking and facing more charges.

FAA OKs first commercial drone flights over land for BP, in Alaska

A drone that just started flying for energy giant BP in Alaska is the first commercial drone operation authorized over land by the Federal Aviation Administration, the agency announced Tuesday.

Sterling fighting Clippers sale with $1B lawsuit against NBA

The deal is off. The suit is on. Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is withdrawing his support for the sale of his team and is asking his lawyer to go ahead with a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA.

GM CEO says company strong despite recalls

General Motors CEO Mary Barra apologized again for the flawed ignition switch tied to at least 13 deaths at the shareholder's annual meeting, and said the company is poised to succeed despite the recall crisis.