APD Chief Gordon Eden is no longer saying police were justified in shooting a man camping illegally in the foothills.
Some Santa Feans are driving down in a "funeral procession" to protest the latest APD shooting.
Someone is blowing up dumpsters in Albuquerque's NE Heights.
Some Chinese, disgruntled over the handling of the search for Flight 370, tried to storm the Malaysian embassy in Beijing.
The news about a giant mudslide in Washington keeps getting worse.
Obama says he is going to propose overhauling the NSA's phone records collecting program.
Folks are demanding Chevron apologize for handing out pizza coupons to residents of the town where there was a deadly natural gas explosion.
A 13 year old girl set a new record for selling the most Girl Scout cookies.
Taco Bell sent 1,000 people a free phone to aid them in "breakfast missions".
Apparently a supposed Banksy show in Stockholm was a hoax.
This Texas town is paying Ted Nugent not to play a show there.
Yesterday evening's meteorological drama.
Attacks by militants prompt Egyptian military air strikes on the Sinai peninsula.
Mass displacement in Manila as torrential rains flood the city.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not watching you.
Academi LLC (a.k.a. Xe, a.k.a. Blackwater) says it will "continue to lead by example." The company agreed to a $7.5 million settlement of charges related to 17 criminal violations, including arms smuggling.
Colorado ranchers are freaked out after animal mutilations.
New image of home, sweet home.
"Failing" schools will still get some cash.
Winston Churchill, proto-tween.
Pilgrims in Mexico City.