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CDC investigates deadly bacteria's link to doctors' offices

The Centers for Disease Control is raising a red flag that a potentially deadly bacteria may be lurking in your doctor's office.

Florida officers under fire after slapping, dragging incidents caught on video

Two South Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after witnesses used their cell phones to capture footage of them possibly mistreating arrestees.

Long-delayed marathon bombing trial set to begin in Boston

The death penalty trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- long delayed by painstaking jury selection, crippling snowstorms and last-ditch appeals to move the case someplace else -- is on track to finally get underway here n

The names: This is who ISIS has recruited from the West

More than 20,000 foreigners have flocked to fight for ISIS, the radical Sunni group that controls portions of Iraq and Syria.

State Department official accused of soliciting sex from a minor denied bail

A U.S. State Department official accused of soliciting sex from a minor is being held without bond on Wednesday night.

Mexican police escort travelers to ensure safety

Mexican local and state police are now working together to escort you and allow you safe travels on the typically dangerous roads between neighboring cities in Mexico.

Southwest planes, grounded over missed inspections, allowed to fly

Southwest Airlines missed required inspections on 128 of its Boeing 737 aircraft, leading to the cancellation of dozens of flights this week.

Reel-y? 280-pound catfish reportedly caught in Italy's Po River

Catfish come in all varieties, shapes and sizes, some big and some small. And one downright gigantic, apparently now swimming in a river in Italy.

Boehner-McConnell gap sign of likely DHS shutdown

They've known for months that Congress would face a late February deadline to keep the Department of Homeland Security running.

FBI: Three men in New York attempted to join ISIS

One of three men arrested in an attempt to join ISIS in Syria vowed to shoot President Barack Obama, according to a complaint released in a Brooklyn, New York, federal court Wednesday.