|Officials rule out terrorism in Moscow subway wreck
Officials in Moscow are vigorously dismissing terrorism as a possible cause of today's subway derailment that killed at least 21 people. The accident sent 136 others to the hospital, many with serious injuries.
|Fire destroys restaurant owned by terror suspect
A fire has destroyed a Rochester restaurant owned by a man charged last month with plotting vengeance attacks against members of the U.S. military and the Muslim community.
|UN agency: Seized Iraq nuclear material is no risk
The U.N. nuclear agency says nuclear material that the Islamic State extremist group seized when it overran the Iraqi city of Mosul is "low grade" and doesn't pose "a significant safety, security or nuclear proliferation risk."
|California man who tried to aid al-Qaida faces sentence
A California man who used a social media website to connect with al-Qaida and planned to train its fighters in Pakistan is facing sentencing on Monday in Los Angeles federal court, where he faces up to 15 years in prison.
|Explosion kills dozens in Nigeria; Boko Haram blamed
Eyewitnesses said they saw about 50 bodies after a car bomb explosion Tuesday, in a market in a northeastern Nigerian city. And the blast is being blamed on Boko Haram -- the organization that has made plenty of headlines lately.
|Yemen ceasefire breached as violence flares anew
A Yemeni Defense Ministry official says fierce clashes have erupted in a northern city close to the capital between rebels and tribes backed by an army unit, breaching a week-old ceasefire.
|Firemen Train For Worst Case Scenario In Lexington
Firefighters from 9 departments spent 80 hours in Lexington, training for structural collapses Video
|Former US Marine hopeful after no-fly list ruling
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran, who sued the U.S. government four years ago after appearing on its no-fly list, said Wednesday that he's optimistic about a ruling that could force federal officials to explain why some people are kept off airplanes.
|Lexington Solidarity Run For Boston Bombing Victims
7 AM, Saturday Morning, in front of John's Run/Walk Shop In Chevy Chase Video