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Protesters block buses carrying undocumented immigrants in California

Angry protesters forced three buses carrying undocumented immigrants to turn around Tuesday in Southern California.

Team USA falls to Belgium, 2-1, in World Cup

The U.S. Men's National Team nearly pulled off the most dramatic of late comebacks, but Belgium held off the vigorous late efforts to earn a 2-1 victory against the USA in the Round of 16 at the 2014 FIFA World Cup at Arena Fonte Nova.

Holiday cookouts: The savings secrets

The trip down the grocery aisle this 4th of July is set to be a pricey one.

Missing boy mystery: Harsh discipline?

A 12-year-old Detroit, Michigan boy who had been missing for a week and a half and was the subject of an extensive search is out of the hospital and has been released to his mother after he was found alive and well in the basement of his father

No more pelvic exams?

Routine check-ups with a gynecologist may no longer include something women have come to expect during visits: The pelvic exam.

U.S. considering beefing up airport security

The Department of Homeland Security will likely beef up security measures at America's airports.There is concern terrorists from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula are developing new explosives that can be smuggled past screening systems.

U.S. considering beefing up airport security

The Department of Homeland Security will likely beef up security measures at America's airports.There is concern terrorists from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula are developing new explosives that can be smuggled past screening systems.

Chrysler announces recall

Chrysler has announced it's recalling nearly 7-hundred-thousand vehicles because of an ignition switch problem similar to the one that forced General Motors to recall 2.6 million vehicles worldwide.

Vice chief nominated as new ISAF commander

Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. John F. Campbell received a presidential nomination to serve as commander of NATO's International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan.

22 killed in Mexican shootout with soldiers on patrol

Soldiers on patrol in south-central Mexico killed 22 people early Monday in a shootout, the Defense Ministry said. Among the dead were 21 men and one woman. A soldier was injured.

Department of Veterans Affairs Fast Facts

Here is a look at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Facts: There are approximately 21.4 million veterans in the United States.

Missing Israeli teens found dead in West Bank

HEBRON, West Bank (CNN) -- The bodies of three Israeli teenagers who were kidnapped this month have been found in the West Bank, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told CNN.

Driver accused of running over woman multiple times

A Douglasville, Georgia family is in shock after a motorist turned a vehicle into a weapon and ran over a grandmother right in front of them.

Nightmare nanny agrees to move out, under certain conditions

A California family's nanny nightmare may be nearing an end.

Nightmare nanny agrees to move out, under certain conditions

A California family's nanny nightmare may be nearing an end.