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George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas, features a photo tribute to the former first lady who died at 92.
A toddler was playing with her father's handgun when she shot her pregnant mother Tuesday in a northwest Indiana parking lot.
When Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai returned home for the first time in since she was shot by the Taliban in 2012,
The Southwest Airlines accident is a reminder that during a flight, the difference between life and death can be just a few inches: Outside is a deadly mix of ferocious winds and low air pressure.
112 years ago today, San Francisco instantly became a hellscape of rubble and ruin, thanks to a magnitude-7.9 earthquake and subsequent fire that killed thousands of people.
It's been two years since Prince died. Authorities say they're finally ready to announce results of their two-year investigation of why he died.
NASA is launching their Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) satellite to embark on a planet-finding mission.
Cool, calm and deliberate, Tammie Jo Shults brought her twin-engine Boeing 737 in for an emergency landing after the Southwest jet apparently blew an engine Tuesday.
Barbara and George H.W. Bush spent 73 years together, becoming the longest married presidential couple in U.S. history. And it all started at a Christmas dance.
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Barbara Bush had a steely core forged in a life of politics. She was sharp-tongued, independent and inspirational, and fiercely protected her family.
A retired nurse gave CPR to a dying woman, who was nearly sucked from a Southwest flight that made an emergency landing Tuesday.