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Ferguson Police delay naming officer who shot teen

Police in Ferguson, Missouri abruptly backed off plans Tuesday to release the identity of the officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager over the weekend. The shooting sparked three days of sometimes violent protests.

Venom from bees, scorpions, & snakes may hold cancer cure

It's ancient medicine with a sci-fi-sounding twist.

Some anti-bacterial soaps may be harmful to pregnant women, researchers say

There's a new warning about dangerous toxins hiding in common household products.

Police officer has dance off with teens in Kansas City

A group of Kansas City, Missouri teens had no idea what to expect when two police officers stopped in a patrol car in their neighborhood Sunday.

NM city hall has 30 days to appeal removal of Ten Commandments

The city of Bloomfield, New Mexico has 30 days to appeal a decision made by a federal judge to remove a monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments from the lawn in front of Bloomfield City Hall.

WA mom concludes baby is devil, throws him off cliff

Witnesses say a woman who threw her son over a fence and down the embankment was reading scripture and said her son was the devil.

CA sheriff reveals cause of Robin Williams' death

The tributes to Robin Williams flow from around the world as stunned friends and family search for answers about why the comic legend would take his own life at home in California.

Tips to making healthy homework habits

It's time to hit the books again, and we've got some tips to make homework time a productive time.. When the school day is over, children still have a lot to do, including their homework.

TX woman gets kicked out of restaurant for changing baby's diaper

A Texas mother says she was kicked out of a pizza restaurant for changing her baby at the table. She says there was no changing table in the restroom. The restaurant's owners say that's no excuse.

Pentagon says airstrikes are slowing down ISIS movement in Iraq

Here in Washington, US leaders agree that Iraq cannot hang together unless Shiite leaders give Sunnis more power. Step one was the current Shiite prime minister leaving.

'Heads Up' program improves tackling techniques to reduce concussions

Football season is cranking back up again, and concussion safety is once again becoming a widely discussed issue.

Why farmers are now using drones

Farmers are starting to take notice of agricultural drones, an event held this week drew dozens of farmers.

Researchers at Auburn University are working on a compound to combat Ebola

A big find in one of Auburn University's labs is making waves as Ebola continues to grip the world's attention.

AZ restaurant serves world's spiciest burger, requires signing waiver

Hopdoddy Burger Bar in Scottsdale, Arizona claims they're home to the world's spiciest hamburger.

Couples explain how their marriages started at summer camp

American adolescents and summer camp go together like bug juice and s'mores. For many young adults, the occasion marks a golden opportunity for co-ed camaraderie in the mess hall or even a stolen kiss in the woods.