Rare blue lobster finds a new home at the Maine State Aquarium. Sarah Delage reports.
Husband and wife plead guilty to "thrill killing" of Pennsylvania man answering a Craigslist ad. Valerie Tysanner reports.
9-year-old girl fatally shoots firearms instructor while firing fully-automatic Uzi. Sergio Avila reports.
Michigan native Douglas McAuthur McCain killed fighting for ISIS in Syria. Brian Mooar reports.
"Breaking Bad" and "Modern Family" win big at The Emmys. Stephanie Stanton reports.
The American Civil Liberties Union, The Guardian and The Oklahoma Observer file federal lawsuit after prison officials filtered what journalists could see during execution. Chellie Mills reports.
An appeal to garner support for Gaza which imitates the wildly popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge but uses rubble and dirt instead of cold water is picking up steam on social media.
Experts recommend delaying middle and high school start times to better match natural sleep patterns of students. Erika Edwards reports.
ALS patient John Gregoire and his wife Linda say the social media phenomenon raising money for research has given them new hope. Amanda Hill reports.
Four Kentucky firefighters shocked, one critically, while assisting marching band with large-scale ice bucket challenge. Cedra Mayfield reports.
Lightning strikes an Idaho woman as she and her daughter record a passing storm. Liz Burch reports.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" hits theaters this weekend. Raphael Seth has more.
Congressional investigators say the Pentagon violated the law when it swapped five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was held prisoner in Afghanistan for five years.
Some 43 million vehicles have been recalled this year, so how does a driver know if a car has had a fault or defect fixed?
Dry conditions lead to explosion of jellyfish in California's Lake Oroville. Jason Atcho reports.
President Obama comments on the murder of journalist James Foley, saying ISIS speaks for no religion and that "no just God would stand for what they did."
ISIS Militants appear to have taken their first American Victim. Brian Mooar reports.
Patient showing possible Ebola symptoms isolated at Sacramento hospital. Kathy Park reports.
Protests take place without violent clashes that have marred previous gatherings. Jay Gray reports.
Tennessee student says she was suspended after saying "bless you" after fellow student sneezed, then arguing with teacher over freedom of speech. Michael Clark reports.