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Lava flow from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano consumes its first home

As the first house claimed by Hawaii's Puna lava flow came collapsing down Tuesday, so did the peace and quiet residents living downslope have experienced since the leading edge stalled on October 30.

Congress gets back to work, and they have a lot on the agenda

In Washington, Congress gets back to work today - They've got to deal with - ISIS, Ebola, a new Attorney General, and the budget.

911 caller makes sexual remarks to dispatcher, gets arrested in GA

A man is in jail after he was arrested for making inappropriate comments to a 911 dispatcher.

Ceremonies honor veterans across the U.S.

Vice President Joe Biden laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknowns Tuesday as Veterans Day celebrations took place in Washington, DC and across the nation.

Service dog helps wheelchair-bound MI teacher in the classroom

It's fourth period and sophomore Rachel Kempf is at Saginaw, Michigan's Heritage High School to learn French. "It's a really nice class," says Kempf.

Last U.S. Ebola patient leaves NYC hospital after overcoming virus

The United States is now Ebola-free. Dr. Craig Spencer, the last patient being treated for Ebola in the United States, was released from Bellevue Hospital in New York City Tuesday morning.

Miami's federal prison hosts first ever father-daughter dance

The daughters came in tights, frilly dresses and patent leather shoes. The dads wore suits and ties. It could have been a scene at almost any school's father-daughter dance.

McDonald's recalls 2.3 million Hello Kitty whistles that pose choking hazard

McDonald's is recalling about 2.3 million Hello Kitty toys that came with some of its Happy Meals because they pose a choking risk.

2 contestants live in new car for 19 days in hopes of winning it

Things are getting a little harder for two New Mexico residents competiting to win a new Dodge Dart. Randy Willig and Barbara Whitehead have been sitting inside the car inside a Hobbs dealership for 19 days.

Mother of Washington high school shooting victim speaks out

Zoe Galasso was killed in the school shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School on October 24. The 14-year-old freshman never made out of the cafeteria after she was shot and killed by her classmate, Jaylen Fryberg.

Big changes are headed to the VA

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald has announced a series of sweeping changes at the scandal-plagued agency.

New VA secretary plans to overhaul medical services for veterans

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald has announced a series of sweeping changes at the scandal-plagued agency.

Gun sales spike as Ferguson braces for grand jury decision

Lately, Dan McMullen has been bringing an extra gun to his office in Ferguson, Missouri.

Bitter cold snap to chill most of the U.S.

The winter pros in Minneapolis often make it until a few days before Christmas before the first 4-inch snowfall of the season.

Owl attacks 5 children, 1 adult in FL neighborhood

Residents in Jacksonville Beach, Florida say an owl is terrorizing their neighborhood.