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Supreme Court rules police need warrant to search cell phones

By Bill Mears- CNN WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that police may not search the cell phones of criminal suspects upon arrest without a warrant -- a sweeping endorsement for privacy rights.

New CDC ad campaign uses graphic images of disfigured former smokers

A graphic ad campaign from the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention aimed at helping smokers quit will soon hit the airwaves. The ads tell real-life stories of tobacco's dangers.

MO Woman killed en route to bachelorette party

By DeAnn Smith, Bonyen Lee Morgan County, MO (KCTV) -- A 26-year-old old Lee's Summit woman was killed in a car crash while she was traveling to the Lake of the Ozarks for her bachelorette party.

WA Police: Kids found covered in feces, urine after mom skips town for days

By Steve Kiggins Auburn, WA (KCPQ) -- An Auburn mom is in jail after police say she abandoned her two toddlers for the better part of a week.

TX: 14-Year-old sexually assaulted after leaving school bus

By Elyssa Lassiter DALLAS (KDAF) -- DALLAS—You know, you should be able to walk home from school and be safe. That didn't happen Monday morning for one 14-year-old near Mountain Creek Lake.

MN Police release interviews, other evidence outlining teen's school massacre plot

Recordings released on Tuesday reveal new evidence on a Waseca, Minnesota teenager's alleged plot to murder his family and bomb his school.

Whistleblower comes forward & admitts she was forced to maintain secret waiting list

As Congress continues to investigate why it took some veterans so long to see a doctor, we're hearing shocking new revelations from a Veterans Affairs employee who says she was forced to keep that secret appointment list.

Boehner says he's 'all in' for speaker in next Congress

By Lisa Desjardins CNN Capitol Hill Reporter WASHINGTON (CNN) -- To the pile of accusations against the IRS, now add one of the first opinions by a nonpartisan official that the agency went outside the law.

Fed official says IRS did not follow the law

By Lisa Desjardins CNN Capitol Hill Reporter WASHINGTON (CNN) -- To the pile of accusations against the IRS, now add one of the first opinions by a nonpartisan official that the agency went outside the law.

IA camp teaches kids how to survive zombie apocalypse

By CAROLINE REINWALD Davenport, IA (WQAD) -- Zombie apocalypses are always a threat to modern society, at least that's what the kids at Zombie Camp think.

OK man accused of recording naked patrons at gym tanning beds

A Lindsay, Oklahoma man was arrested after police say he allegedly videotaped women as they were undressing to get into tanning beds at a local gym.

OR Woman injured by Port-a-Potty bomb, police looking for suspect

Police in Aloha, Oregon are searching for the person who left a makeshift bomb inside a portable toilet, injuring a woman who entered to use the restroom. Two other devices placed in nearby mailboxes exploded hours later.

FL police say teen murdered grandmother inside nudist resort, fled with body

The grandson of a 74-year-old woman who was reported missing from a Florida nudist resort on Monday has been charged with her murder. Pasco County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Brandon Macheatto, 18, on Monday morning.