|Officials search for whale entangled in fishing gear, buoys
Officials are looking for a humpback whale that was recently spotted off the Hawaiian coast of Niihau, which appears to be caught in fishing gear and is dragging red buoys.
|NY man denies he held women captive as prostitutes
A suburban New York man has denied charges that he forcibly kept a teenager and a women inside his home and forced them to work as prostitutes.
|National Archives to unseal more records of Clinton White House
The National Archives on Friday will release 4,000 additional pages of documents involving former President Bill Clinton's administration -- including records about the 2000 presidential election and its subsequent recount in Florida.
|Harlem blast a reminder of NYC's aging infrastructure
While its exact cause remains unknown, a deadly explosion that leveled two New York City apartment buildings hooked up to a 127-year-old gas main has provided a jarring reminder of just how old much of the city's infrastructure is.
|Four dead in North Carolina after double-murder, officials say
Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina on Wednesday found a couple dead in their home, and an ensuing manhunt led to the death of a law enforcement officer and the suspected gunman, authorities said.
|Explosion in NYC could have been prevented, utility says
The head of the utility serving New York City's East Harlem neighborhood said that Wednesday's explosion and collapse of two apartment buildings might have been prevented, if more people had called sooner about a suspected gas leak.
|Border agent found dead, three women hurt, FBI says
The FBI on Thursday said that a U.S. Border Patrol agent found dead in southern Texas has become the focus of an investigation, prompted by the kidnapping and assault of three females.
|BLM investigating graffiti at historic Nevada cave
Federal officials are offering a $1,000 reward after someone spray-painted phrases including "I love Rachael" at a historic archaeological site in western Nevada, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management said Thursday.
|Families wait for word on missing in NYC building collapses
Family members of one of the five people still missing after Wednesday's deadly explosion and building collapse in New York City say they are still hopeful that he will be found alive.
|Colorado court says some marijuana cases can be overturned
Colorado's second-highest court ruled Thursday that some people who were convicted in the past of possessing small amounts of marijuana can ask for those convictions to be thrown out, now that pot is legal in the state.