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Tornadoes, flooding kill 6 in parts of south, Midwest


"My scars don't define me": Girl speaks out about recovery after carnival ride


‘Stealthing’: Victims describe partners removing condoms during sex without consent


Protest takes on Trump's climate policies in DC march


NSA to stop collecting some internet communications


President Trump marks 100th day in office


Hacker threatens to release stolen copies of Netflix series


FDA approves 1st targeted drug for certain leukemia patients


Eagle 'chop shop' case offers window into trafficking trade


Congress OKs bill averting Saturday gov't shutdown


Arkansas inmate convulses during deadline-beating execution


Woman shaken by cruel note left in store parking lot


Meet the proud parents of a baby born at the zoo


Study finds female dragonflies fake death to avoid undesirable males


United Airlines reaches settlement over passenger removed from plane


Spacecraft survives unprecedented trip between Saturn, rings


Pentagon probes former Trump aide Flynn's foreign payments


Toyota recalls 250K Tacoma pickups; rear wheels can lock up


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Couple Arrested After Deadly Shooting Rampage in LA

A man and woman were arrested in Sunday in connection with a motel shooting that police believe was part of a deadly cross-city rampage.

Mom of 5 Loses Her Legs Helping Crash Victim

Florida mother of five stops to help crash victim on I-75, then loses her legs when another vehicle plows into the crash site. WBBH's Rachel Pie

First Latina Elected to Congress Announces Retirement

The first Latina elected to Congress, Republican Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, has announced that she will be retiring after more than three decades in elected office — potentially paving the way for Democrats to take her congressional seat in 2018.

Trump on Kim Jong Un: 'He's a Pretty Smart Cookie'

In a wide-ranging interview, Trump praised the North Korean despot, lauded China's efforts in the region, and claimed that he's had "tougher" jobs.

Famous Swiss Climber Killed Near Mount Everest

The award-winning Steck was planning to climb 8,850-meter Mount Everest and nearby Mount Lhotse next month.