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NFL's Super Kid Winner: 'God Can Make Miracles'

NFL's Super Kid Winner: 'God Can Make Miracles'

Coast Guard Swimmers Test Boundaries of Courage

Coast Guard Swimmers Test Boundaries of Courage

Coast Guard Swimmers Test Boundaries of Courage

Coast Guard rescue swimmers have an extremely important job. If they're not trained properly, it can mean the difference...

Girl Banned from Selling Mistletoe, Told to Beg

Girl Banned from Selling Mistletoe, Told to Beg

Devastated Oklahoma Town Served a 'Table of Hospitality'

Devastated Oklahoma Town Served a 'Table of Hospitality'

Devastated Oklahoma Town Served a 'Table of Hospitality'

Devastated Oklahoma Town Served a 'Table of Hospitality'

Wounded Warriors Find Path to Healing in Alaska

Wounded Warriors Find Path to Healing in Alaska

Is America Tsunami Ready?

Is America Tsunami Ready?

Is America Tsunami Ready?

They're massive walls of water, moving toward the coastline at hundreds of miles per hour. We're talking about tsunamis....

Huge Dolphin Die-Off Puzzling Marine Biologists

Dolphins are dying at an alarming rate along the East Coast. Hundreds have washed ashore, and marine biologists are...

Egyptian Christians, Muslims March against Obama

Egyptian Christians, Muslims March against Obama

Okla. Police: Aussie Athlete Slain by 'Bored' Teens

Okla. Police: Aussie Athlete Slain by 'Bored' Teens

Children's Opera Retells a Holocaust-Era Story

Children's Opera Retells a Holocaust-Era Story

Video Exposes Horror of Houston Abortion Clinic

Video Exposes Horror of Houston Abortion Clinic

Waste to Energy a Health Hazard?

Waste to Energy a Health Hazard?

Waste to Energy a Health Hazard?

Do you know where your trash goes? Some goes to a plant, where it's burned for energy. But some...

Gary Sinise on Mission to Serve 'America's Bravest'

Gary Sinise on Mission to Serve 'America's Bravest'

Delayed Crops Could Mean Higher Food Prices

Delayed Crops Could Mean Higher Food Prices