|Injuries kill 12K children a year in US, leading cause of death for people age 5-18
Every year in the United States, 12,000 children die from injuries, making it the leading cause of death in young people between the ages of five and 18.
|Chrysler gives in under gov’t pressure, recalls 2.7 million Jeeps
Under pressure from the US government, Chrysler has agreed to recall 2.7 million Jeeps because of the risk of fuel leaks and fires in rear-end crashes.
|GM recalling nearly 194K SUVs
General Motors is recalling nearly 194,000 SUVs because of a fire danger. GM says water can enter an electronic module in the door, causing it to short circuit and catch on fire.
|Obama approval rating plummets
President Obama’s approval rating tumbled as he joined world leaders in Northern Ireland on Monday for the G8 Summit.
|North Korea proposes talks with U.S.
The country's state-run news agency reports North Korea is proposing high-level talks with the American government, to "ease the tensions in the Korean Peninsula."
|Latest on the shooting that left 4 dead in St. Louis
Four people have been shot and killed at a St. Louis business, according to CNN. Video
|At least 6 injured in chemical plant explosion
At least six people have been injured in an explosion at a chemical plant in Louisiana on Thursday.
|NASCAR driver killed in dirt racing event
A NASCAR driver died in a raceway crash on a dirt track in New Jersey Wednesday night.
|Clouds of tear gas in Istanbul as protestors clash with riot police
Turkish riot police moved into Istanbul’s Taksim Square Tuesday, where they engaged in a game of cat-and-mouse with a small, hard-core group of protesters.
|'Morning-after pill' available over-the-counter to women of all ages after gov't withdraws appeal
The Justice Department announced Monday evening that it would make the emergency contraceptive “morning-after pill” available over-the-counter to women of all ages. Video