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Obama: D-Day veterans' stories should remain 'seared into memory'

U.S. President Barack Obama paid tribute Friday to the U.S. service members who "defied every danger" to pour onto the beaches of Normandy 70 years ago in defense of liberty.

'Wheel of Fortune' contestant blows obvious 'Surf City' puzzle

It might not be the biggest blunder in "Wheel of Fortune" history, but it just might be podium worthy.

Navy seals off Virginia military hospital in hunt for stabbing suspect

Security forces sealed off a major naval hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia, and ordered patients and staff to shelter in place Friday morning as they searched for a man suspected of stabbing a service member on the post.

Finally! Job market returns to 2008 peak

It took two years to wipe out 8.7 million American jobs but more than four years to gain them all back.

Three shot at Seattle Pacific University before student tackles gunman

When Briana Clarke heard popping sounds on a Seattle college campus on Thursday, she thought the source must be something innocent -- bursting balloons. Then she saw a classmate running frantically, saying someone had been shot.

Principal comes out during gay pride day at D.C. high school

Pete Cahall gripped a microphone with his left hand, a few pages of handwritten notes in his right.

Believe it or not: being rich is expensive

Many people dream of someday making enough money to be able to buy whatever they want, and never having to worry again.

Michigan man drives 1,900 miles with corpse in passenger seat

A bizarre story is unfolding in the great lake state. Police say a man drove from Arizona, home to Michigan, with his girlfriend's corpse in the passenger seat of his van.

Texas city population sign: 'Too damn many'

The population of Midland, Texas is growing and someone is clearly not happy about it.

Rocker goes on tirade to stop molestation of girl at KC concert

Kansas City, MO (KCTV) -- It's the concert tirade that's made national headlines.