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NYC cop killer to passersby: "Watch what I'm going to do"
Authorities say he stopped people on street before slaying the officers, asked them to follow him on Instagram; had long criminal history
Will NYPD officers' murders derail the protest movement?
Some blame the protest movement from the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases for Ismaaiyl Brinsley's execution of two cops
Three things to know about the Obama family vacation in Hawaii
They're on their annual family getaway in Kailua, until Jan. 4
Only 5 percent of Cubans are on the Internet
Cubans don?t only lack Internet access; a saxophone player at one of the country?s top music schools uses dried-out reeds from the 1970s. Watch Scott Pelley's full report, "Cuba."
Police deaths not NYC mayor's fault, says former mayor
Rudy Giuliani warned that blaming Mayor Bill de Blasio is counterproductive, although he criticized de Blasio's approach to protesters
China not criticizing North Korea for Sony hack
And warns against suggesting Beijing played a role; Pyongyang threatens to strike "the whole U.S. mainland, that cesspool of terrorism"
Driver plows into crowd in southern France, raising extremist fears
Out-of-control motorist injured 11 people at time when tensions are heightened over Islamist threats
NY police officers killed
Armed man shoots and kills 2 NYPD officers in Brooklyn before turning the gun on himself in attack mayor calls "an assassination"
North Korea snubbing milestone U.N. meeting
Security Council taking up Pyongyang's human rights record for first time; North calls those who aided probe "human scum"
Spain's Princess Cristina facing serious charges
Judge orders King Felipe's sister to stand trial along with her husband
Son of slain policeman posts sorrow on Facebook
The teenage son of NYPD's Rafael Ramos said he didn't understand why "everyone says they hate cops"
Maine woman and her 2 kids slain, boyfriend held
Community reeling as investigation continues; no initial word on how victims died
Cops across U.S. on high alert after NYPD executions
Officers in several cities warned of a "fever pitch of anti-police sentiment" stoked by demonstrators rallying around Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases
2014 The year in photos
A look back at some of the most stunning news images of the past year
Last minute holiday shopping may drive up retail profits
With just days left until Christmas, retailers are hoping consumers will shop even more than they did on Black Friday
Christians, Satanists put up competing holiday displays in Michigan capital
Satanists' features "Snaketivity Scene"
The best online fitness classes for slim budgets
Spending all your money on holiday gifts is no excuse to skimp on fitness; these websites offer great workouts that won't break the bank
FSU clears Jameis Winston, in student conduct hearing
Evidence of Heisman Trophy winner's alleged sexual assault was "insufficient to satisfy the burden of proof"; accuser has five days to appeal
Gunman killed in shootout with police in California
A man who holed up in a house and fired at officers was killed in the gunbattle
Man staging protest scales facade of St. Peter's Basilica
The Italian entrepreneur had climbed the building on four previous occasions