U Chicago Suspect Allegedly Wanted to Kill Students, 'White Policemen'
There was an "online threat of gun violence," a university spokesman said.
Planned Parenthood Suspect Makes 1st Court Appearance
Robert Dear, 57, made his first court appearance via video.
Signs of weak holiday spending send retail stocks lower
Early signs of softness in holiday spending sent retail stocks lower on the first day of trading after the Thanksgiving holiday.
USC hires Clay Helton as permanent coach
The USC Trojans hired Clay Helton as their head coach, signing him to a multiyear deal Monday after he guided the school to a 5-2 mark as the interim coach.
Speaker Ryan Invites President Obama to His Last State of the Union
The State of the Union address is scheduled for Jan. 12.
White House Tightens Visa Waiver Program After Paris Attacks
Will screen whether travelers have visited a "terror safe haven."
ABC7 KGO-TV Video duplication and footage licensing
ABC7 makes certain footage available to be licensed in TV programming, documentaries, feature films, educational projects, corporate films, and web-based projects.
Shake-up in bottom of Top 25 as top three hold steady
Kentucky, Maryland and Michigan State held the top three spots in The Associated Press Top 25, but there were plenty of changes at the bottom of the poll.
Patriots QB Tom Brady 'pissed off' after OT loss to Broncos
Patriots QB Tom Brady said he doesn't remember a time he'd "ever been so pissed off" as much as after New England's overtime defeat to the Broncos.
MRI shows no tears in right knee of Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski
Tight end Rob Gronkowski is considered week to week for the Patriots with a bruised right knee after an MRI showed no tears.
SFMTA to waive towing fees for most victims of car theft
People who have had their cars stolen and then towed in San Francisco will soon go through a little less pain to get their car back.
Bernie Sanders Undergoes Surgery at DC Hospital
Sen. Bernie Sanders had an elective outpatient hernia repair at GW Hospital.