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Firefighters rescue tiny dog from storm drain in N.C.

A small dog had to be rescued from a storm drain Wednesday night after somehow falling through the cracks. The black and brown Yorkie fell about three feet down a drain at an apartment complex in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Shinseki announces fixes for VA system

Embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki announced several changes in the VA system on Friday, saying he'll remove senior leaders at the Phoenix VA center and eliminate performance awards for VA leaders in 2014.

Source: New hearing set for U.S. Marine held in Mexican prison

A judge has scheduled a new hearing for a U.S. Marine and Afghanistan war veteran who's been held in a Mexican prison for nearly two months, a judicial source said.

126 Seattle PD officers file lawsuit against city, federal officials

More than a hundred Seattle police officers upset officers are taking their complaints about the new "use of force" rules to the top claiming they are unconstitutional.

Camera catches suspects punching, robbing elderly lady in NYC

Police in New York are searching for two suspects who attacked and robbed an elderly woman. The duo is seen on surveillance video stealing her purse and knocking her to the ground.

Mary Landrieu, Democrats call for VA secretary to resign

The Democratic dam has burst. It started Wednesday afternoon when Mark Udall became the first Democrat in the Senate to call for embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.

Woman places deceased mom in rocking chair during wake in Puerto Rico

Mourners at a wake in Puerto Rico got to say goodbye to a woman in a unique way. Before Georgina Lloren died, she told her daughter she wanted to take part in her own wake.

2 EU countries include drug, sex profits in GDP calculations

Plenty of money is spent on illegal drugs and prostitution. The United Kingdom and Italy are now calculating how much.

Ukrainian reporter allegedly attacks Brad Pitt on red carpet

A journalist accused of striking Brad Pitt at the "Maleficent" premiere is out of a job and possibly faces months in jail.

Almost half of American adults hacked in 2014

Hackers have exposed the personal information of 110 million Americans -- roughly half of the nation's adults -- in the last 12 months alone.