White House Lawn Locked Down After Fence Jumper
While First Family Dines on Thanksgiving Dinner, Jumper Clears Fence
Brothers Fear The Other Is Dead After Surviving Avalanches
Each brother triggered a separate avalanche while skiing.
Study: Skin care drug prices up 401 percent since 2009
The cost of prescription skin treatments has skyrocketed since 2009, as the burden of escalating drug prices increasingly weighs on family budgets.
Terrifying Video Shows Alleged Burglar Creeping Around Home With Knife in Mouth
A baby monitor captured video of an alleged thief creeping around a home.
Russia strikes back at Turkey with economic sanctions
Russia plans to retaliate against Turkey for the downing of a warplane by imposing sanctions, cutting economic ties and scrapping major investment projects.
Obama Compares Syrian Refugees to Mayflower Pilgrims
President Obama ties Syrian refugees to Mayflower pilgrims on Thanksgiving
Guy Lewis, coach of 'Phi Slama Jama' Houston Cougars, dies at 93
Guy Lewis, who led the Houston Cougars to five Final Fours in his 30 seasons as a coach, died Thursday. Lewis, 93, was one of the first coaches in the South to recruit and sign black players.
Police: Man yelling 'I'm going to kill you' was screaming at spider
Police were called to an Australian apartment when neighbors heard what they thought was a man threatening to kill a woman. Turns out, those threats were directed at a spider.
Huskies sign coach Chris Petersen to 2-year extension
Chris Petersen is now under contract with Washington through the 2020 season after the coach received a two-year extension Thursday.
Johnny Manziel demoted after lying to team about timeline of video
Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was demoted Tuesday after lying to the team about a social media video of him partying, according to an ESPN source and Fox Sports report.
Couple buys car for man after giving him a ride home
A Utah couple bought a car for a high school custodian after giving him a ride home days earlier, KUTV reports.
Malia Obama navigating college decision-making process
The 17-year-old Malia Obama is among the U.S. high school seniors who are nervously taking standardized tests, completing college admissions applications, filling out financial aid forms and writing personal essays - all on deadline.