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Rare disease prevents California mom from holding newborn

On October 12 Kirsti and Jason Kinkle welcomed their daughter, Kiira, into the world. The next day they learned their daughter had a rare disease that makes skin-to-skin contact almost impossible.

Sony Pictures cancels release of the 'The Interview'

Sony Pictures has announced it will not move forward with its planned release of "The Interview."

Meteorologist recovers after being shot in TV station’s parking lot

The search continues for the man who shot KCEN Meteorologist Patrick Crawford. Crawford was shot multiple times in the parking lot of the Eddy, Texas KCEN studios Wednesday morning. He remains in the hospital in stable condition.

U.S./Cuba relations improve after 18 months of secret talks

The U.S. will review and likely remove Cuba from its list of terrorist nations. After a year and a half of secret talks, the two countries are putting the past behind.

Texas plumbing truck lands in the hands of Islamic militants

A small town plumbing company in Texas is making quite a name for itself, but not in a good way.

Fugitive throws pipe bombs at Portland police during chase

A man wanted by police is suspected of throwing four pipe bombs from a car in a Portland, Oregon pursuit Tuesday before escaping.

Obama announces major shift in U.S./Cuba relations

American Alan Gross is back on U.S. soil following five years in a Cuban prison. His release and return are part of the first step of major changes in relations between the United States and Cuba.

New EPA coal ash regulations will impact 33 states

The Environmental Protection Agency is set to issue its first ever guidelines on the handling and storage of coal ash.

Theaters pull ‘The Interview’ after threat from hacking group

The group claiming responsibility for the massive data breach at Sony is stepping up its attack on the entertainment giant.

Wealth gap between middle class and rich widest ever

Not only are middle class suffering from stagnant incomes, their wealth hasn't grown at all either. That's led to the widest wealth gap on record between the middle class and the rich.

Florida donor drops gold teeth in Salvation Army kettle

For more than 100 years, the Salvation Army Kettle Program has provided help for people in need. Lately, they've been seeing donations a little different than the standard dollars and change.

Meteorologist shot outside Texas TV station

Police are searching for a gunman who shot a Central Texas meteorologist outside the KCENTV station in Eddy, Texas early this morning.

9 questions you were too afraid to ask about the Cuban embargo

President Barack Obama will ease sanctions imposed against Cuba under the U.S. embargo after Cuba agreed to release American aid worker Alan Gross.

Psychiatrist: mom who drove van with kids into ocean is ‘stable’

The hearing for the mother who was found legally insane after driving her children into the ocean in Daytona Beach continued Wednesday.

Cuba frees U.S. prisoner Alan Gross

American Alan Gross is back on U.S. soil following five years in a Cuban prison.