Sunday, February 15, NBC will air Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Special.
The details of the assessment are captured in a 227-page report and highlights are featured in an 11-page executive summary.
A Utah mother accused of killing six of her newborn babies and storing their bodies in her garage pleaded guilty to murder Thursday.
Perez is on trial for first-degree premeditated murder of Patricia Hughes at the group’s compound in the Wichita suburb of Valley Center.
Police say longtime “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon wasn’t wearing a seatbelt when he was killed in a car crash in New York City.
At least one man was in the vehicle. He made it out thanks to a first responder.
A Mexican cartel is suspected of laundering $2 million in drug proceeds through a small southwest Kansas bank.
A fire early Thursday morning sent a woman to the hospital with serious burns.
A garbage truck driver in Florida found out two people had been sleeping in a dumpster.
U.S. retail sales fell sharply last month as gas prices plummeted and auto sales slowed.
“The Slap”, an 8-hour special event series about the ripple effects of a man slapping another family’s misbehaving children.
Facebook is giving more options to decide what happens to users’ accounts after they die.
Kansas has a brand new millionaire, following last night’s big Powerball drawing.
One person is dead and two others are injured in a collision between a Ryder truck and a 2003 Oldsmobile Alero.
Kidde is recalling more than 4.6 million disposable fire extinguishers in the U.S.