Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com) --- 30 dedicated volunteers are pedaling almost 4,000 miles this summer, from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Vancouver, British Columbia. Full story
The coroner’s office in Vancouver investigating the death of “Glee” actor Cory Monteith released the results of the toxicology report yesterday, confirming that the actor died of a drug overdose. NBC’s Katy Tur reports.
While Gabriel and Anna battle on the witness stand, the jury delivers the ultimate fate of Denis Ratte.
The Unsolved Homicide Squad of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police decides to embark on an elaborate, ambitious undercover operation that targeted Denis Ratte.
Over a thousand federal, state, and local investigators are gathered in Boston trying to figure out who is responsible for the marathon attack. Chris Hayes talks about the status of the investigation with Grant Fredericks and former ATF special agent-in-charge James Cavanaugh.
Men’s figure skating gold medalists Evan Lysacek and Scott Hamilton chat about the athletes we can expect to see on the ice in Sochi next year, including female skaters Ashley Wagner and Gracie Gold. Lysacek also talks about aiming to follow in Dick Button’s footsteps next year by earning a second g
A woman takes a picture of a wall mural painted on the outside of a downtown building in Vancouver, British Columbia July 31, 2013. The mural is part of a series painted by local artist Arthur Cheng depicting the life and history of Vancouver's Chinatown since its beginnings in the late 1800s. R
A group of young men look at a Lamborghini sports car stopped in a waterfront park in Vancouver, British Columbia July 30, 2013. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
A rainbow painted crosswalk is reflected in a storefront window in Vancouver, British Columbia July 29, 2013. The crosswalks were painted to celebrate Vancouver Gay Pride Week and will be left permanently to mark the heart of the city's gay community. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY T
Local residents cross a rainbow painted crosswalk in Vancouver, British Columbia July 29, 2013. The crosswalks were painted to celebrate Vancouver Gay Pride Week and will be left permanently to mark the heart of the city's gay community. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY)