Information keeps pouring out regarding the Wednesday-night shooting deaths at the Fort Hood Army base in Killeen, Texas. Here's a recap of what we've learned:
Every April Fools' Day, the Internet tries its best to trick you. Here are a few of this year's examples:
Authorities have concluded that Malaysia Airlines flight 370 fell into the Indian Ocean, killing all 239 people onboard.
A helicopter belonging to Seattle news station KOMO crashed on Tuesday morning near Fisher Plaza, near the famed Space Needle.
Two adjacent apartment buildings in Manhattan collapsed after a gas explosion Wednesday morning. Two women were killed in the blast, which also injured at least 16 people and left many more missing.
Two Iranian men with stolen passports on Malaysia Airlines flight 370 do not appear connected to terrorism.
On Friday, March 7, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 vanished from the skies (and radar). Three days later, authorities are no closer to figuring out what happened to it, leaving the fate of the 239 passengers (including three Americans) and crewmembers unknown.
Ralph Waite, a fixture on American TV screens during the 1972-1981 run of 'The Waltons,' died Thursday. He was 85.
After a somewhat slow start to the moviegoing year, this weekend features three big-time pictures hitting theaters, with something for all ages.
A report of shots fired on the campus of the University of Oklahoma came in at 11:17 a.m. CST. Police are on the scene; no victims have been reported as of yet.