"Our hearts have giant holes in them. But our hearts are bigger than they were 20 years ago," said Dawn Anna, who lost her daughter Lauren Townsend in the shooting 20 years ago.
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Biological chemist Colin Campbell translates everything from the nucleus of a cell to the letters in a strand of RNA into electronic songs.
After Columbine, President Clinton Set A New Standard As 'Consoler In Chief' — And He’s Still Thinking About The Survivors
“There are certain things, if you're president, you need to say,” Clinton said. “There are certain other things you need to not say.”
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Sherrie described to me what was happening to her just then, in the grocery store aisle: “My fingers will turn white, and you’ll see the blood leaving them.”
One man behind the fence thievery told the court he was "ashamed" and "remorseful" of his actions.
Sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay was 33 years old when he died on March 22 in Afghanistan.
On her daughter’s first day of preschool, Amy Over had her first panic attack.
Air Force officials say repairs to Tyndall AFB will cost more than $3 billion after Hurricane Michael damaged all 1,200 of its buildings in October.
There’s still a lot of love for this former mining town, even though it’s gone from a place to escape the world to a place that caters to some of its most privileged.
The stranded remains of Western Slope veterans were in storage for decades. On Thursday, a full military ceremony saw them finally laid to rest.
The investigation into the crash that killed Groves is ongoing. No charges have been filed against the driver that struck him.
Intertribal powwows began as a way for native families separated by colonialist policies to reunite and pass down traditions to younger generations.
David Delagarza is shaken by the event that left 50 people dead. But seeing how New Zealanders responded to tragedy has comforted him, too.
Wednesday night’s supermoon will look bigger, but it’s not actually as big as it looks. Blame the hype on social media exaggeration and the horizon.
Wednesday's storm just about shut down the state as the bomb cyclone barreled through and headed to the Midwest.