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The tiny baby girl pulled alive from a crypt of asphalt and rubble along a popular Compton walking path is being called a miracle by authorities.

Speed was a factor in a bus accident in Virginia that sent 34 university students and a bus driver to the hospital on Sunday night, according to the Virginia State Police.

Iraq War veteran Ke'Arre Stewart had just learned he was having a third child when a gunman opened fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado, his sister says.

R&B/soul -- in all its colorful glory -- was celebrated during Centric/BET's telecast of the annual Soul Train Awards Sunday night, taped Nov. 6 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The Weeknd and "Uptown Funk" tied with two awards each to lead the winners' circle.

A man was rescued from his car moments before it was crushed by an oncoming train. CNN affiliate KOMO has the story.

When Donnie and Kelly Walters took their son Zeke to take his first picture with Santa, they didn't expect it would be a snooze fest.

An email chain at the center of Republican criticism of Hillary Clinton's handling of the 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was released by the State Department on Monday.

The crying coming from under a block of asphalt sounded like it was from a cat to Angelica Blount. But it turned out to be an abandoned baby that police say was deliberately buried under debris along a Los Angeles area walking path.

Get can see a lot more of Amy Schumer.

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Despite Donald Trump's "fantastic" memory, Michael Cohen, special counsel to Donald Trump, insists Trump has no idea who Serge Kovaleski is and "would never ever" make fun of his disability.

We've watched the trailers. We've heard the rumors. We've read the interviews. And we've tried to wait patiently for the film's release. But we can't. We just can't. Too many doubts, too many theories. Here's a quick rundown of 16 "The Force Awakens" questions that we need answered RIGHT NOW.

The U.S. Embassy in Kabul has received credible reports of an imminent attack in the Afghan capital, the Embassy said Monday.

Donald Trump enthusiastically emerged from a lengthy meeting with black pastors in New York City on Monday, defiantly dismissing criticism from some in the African-American community that he is espousing racist rhetoric.

The University of Chicago has shut down its campus after learning of an anonymous online threat of gun violence said to be planned for Monday.

An ad from Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich released an ad about Donald Trump that invokes a famous warning about Nazis.

The White House announced Monday new steps in its counter terror campaign, including measures that will tighten the security in the visa waiver program and the naming of a new senior adviser to the President, who will focus solely on the anti-ISIS fight.

French intelligence services are operating under the theory that Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has escaped to Syria, according to one source close to the investigation as well as a counter-terrorism source.

"Gotham" has its midseason finale Monday after getting off to a different start.

Dubai, long champion of all things biggest, longest and most expensive, will soon have some competition from neighboring Saudi Arabia.