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Crane collapses in New York
A collapsed crane fills the street in New York on Friday. The huge construction crane was being lowered to safety in a snow squall when it plummeted onto the street in the Tribeca neighborhood of lower Manhattan.
Fearing the pharmaceutical industry, Dave Ross vows to never get sick
Remember Martin Shkreli, the former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals? He's famous for jacking up the price of an old prescription medicine to $75,000 a bottle.
Super Bowl-bound teams prep for the big game
Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers players met with the media Thursday.
Spring is coming: Punxsutawney Phil fails to see his shadow
Handlers say the furry rodent failed to see his shadow at dawn Tuesday, meaning he "predicted" an early spring.
Presidential hopefuls await results of Iowa caucuses
Hours before the caucuses, presidential hopefuls took to the stage and met with supporters in Iowa.
Seahawks in the NFL Pro Bowl | Jan. 31
Photos of Seahawks in the NFL Pro Bowl.
Hollywood gathers for the Screen Actors Guild Awards
The night's top honor, best ensemble in a film, went to the newspaper drama "Spotlight," which came into Saturday badly in need of some momentum at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Boeing 737 MAX embarks on its first flight
The first flight of the Boeing 737 MAX is scheduled between 9-10 a.m. today.
A look at Seattle's homeless 'Shacktown' history
Debates about homelessness are raging in Seattle. Homeowners are anxious for the government to do something about homeless encampments encroaching on residential neighborhoods. Homeless people coming here from out of town are mostly criminals. Violence among people living in makeshift shelters near Beacon Hill is making headlines and putting political pressure on the mayor and city council.
30 years later, remembering horrific Challenger explosion
The space shuttle Challenger exploded after it launched from the Kennedy Space Center on Jan. 28, 1986.