Investigators on the Hunt for 'Fearless' Serial Kidnapper Investigators have received more than 300 tips over the past eight months.
Minnesota Nurses' Strike to End After New Contract Ratified Nurses at five Allina Health hospitals in Minnesota voted to approve a labor contract, ending a strike that has dragged on for more than a month
The Latest: Hostage Incident Over at Florida McDonald's Authorities say a brief hostage incident at a Florida McDonald's restaurant has ended with the arrest of two suspected car thieves who were hiding inside
Bermuda Braces for Hit From 'Nicole,' a Cat 4 Hurricane Heavy wind and rain began battering Bermuda late Wednesday as the British territory braced itself for Hurricane Nicole, which became a major Category 4 storm as it tracked toward the tiny island in the northern Atlantic Ocean
Oregon Aims to Preserve Original Constitution, Warts and All Inside the white-marble state archives building, way in the back of a cavernous room, lies Oregon's original constitution
Latest: Slain Northern California Officers Honored at Vigil A parade of mourners created a makeshift memorial for two slain Southern California police officers during an emotional vigil held outside the Palm Springs Police Department.
Chicago Teachers Prepared to Strike; Union Reviews New Offer The president of the Chicago Teachers Union said late Monday the union was reviewing a new contract proposal from Chicago Public Schools, but it was too early to say if it would be enough to avert a Tuesday morning strike
How One Drug Cartel Banked Its Cash in New York City Federal agents say a money laundering scheme carried out by a brother and sister in New York show one way that Mexican crime cartels try to bring billions of dollars in drug profits out of the United States
Tour Bus Slams Into Truck on Slowed-Down Highway, Killing 13 A tour bus returning home to Los Angeles from a casino trip plowed into the back of a semi-truck on a Southern California highway, killing 13 people and injuring 31 others