A Canadian soldier was shot and at least one gunman is confirmed dead after a shooting at the Parliament Building in Ottawa.
The attack began when the soldier was shot and killed while guarding a nearby war memorial. Witnesses said the gunman had long hair and his face covered.
Officials reported that the gunman was shot dead by Parliament Sergeant At Arms Kevin Vickers and police fanned out to figure out how many more shooters might be part of the attack.
A safety device meant to save lives could be endangering them in certain cars.
"These airbags are defective," said David Friendman with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, "and anyone who has any of these vehicles is at risk in a crash."
According to the CDC, 20 seconds of scrubbing with soap and water can knock those germs out.
How long is 20 seconds?
Sing "Happy Birthday" twice.
Toys-R-Us sells a "Breaking Bad" Walter White action figure, complete with a gymbag full of toy cash - and toy crystal meth.
Toys-R-Us says the toys are not intended for children.
A mom in Florida is gathering signatures on a petition to ask the store to remove the dolls from inventory.
Border Patrol rescued unauthorized immigrants from inside a cardboard box and a washing machine on Friday.
These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.
Authorities in Charlottesville, Virginia are still waiting for confirmation on whether the human remains found Saturday belong to Hannah Graham, the University of Virginia student who disappeared five weeks ago.
Police continued to search the rural area a dozen miles outside Charlottesville where they made the disturbing discovery.
The chief executive in charge of the Texas Presbyterian Hospital, where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan's symptoms were incorrectly diagnosed, issued a public apology.
A full-page ad appeared in the Sunday editions of the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspapers. In the letter, c-e-o Barclay Berdan said Texas Presbyterian "made mistakes in handling this very difficult challenge."
The ebola scare at the Pentagon on Friday came after a woman who'd been on a bus vomited then said she'd been in West Africa.
Meanwhile in the Caribbean, a Dallas health worker was still quarantined in her room aboard a Carnival cruise ship after admitting she handled an ebola specimen before setting sail.