|Russia claims US drone intercepted over Ukraine region
Russian authorities on Saturday claimed to have intercepted a U.S. surveillance drone over Ukraine's Crimea region, fueling a little more tension to an already terse situation on the eve of a critical referendum vote.
|Alabama family reunited after adoptions in Ukraine
An Alabama couple and the four children that they adopted amid the violence in Ukraine have been safely reunited, family members said.
|New hearing set for US Army general's sex assault case
The trial of a U.S. Army general, who has been accused of sexual assaulting a female captain under his command, will head back to a North Carolina courtroom.
|Young boy survives after falling on NYC subway platform
New York authorities said Saturday that a three-year-old boy has survived a scrape with a New York City subway train after falling on the station platform.
|LA subway dig uncovers prehistoric artifacts
Scientists have long known that years before tourists were trekking along Los Angeles' Miracle Mile, dinosaurs had done the same. Now, thanks to a subway dig, they're discovering that sea lions may have swam there too.
|Chicago River runs green for traditional St. Patrick's Day tribute
As per tradition, the Chicago River is glowing a bright emerald green this weekend as the city kicks off its annual St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
|California woman, no longer a fugitive, is set free
Charges have been dropped against a 60-year-old San Diego woman who escaped from a prison in 1977 after authorities learned she had surrendered decades ago, and been sentenced to time served.
|Ohio Turnpike reopens after deadly pileups; trooper recovering
Traffic on the Ohio Turnpike returned to normal on Saturday following a massive pileup about halfway between Toledo and Cleveland this week that left three people dead.
|Basement could hold clues in deadly NYC explosion
Firefighters are continuing efforts to clear the debris at the site of a deadly New York City explosion so that investigators can access the basements of the two flattened buildings to search for clues.
|Brady telling voters he's a 'reliable Republican'
Gubernatorial candidate Bill Brady is spending the weekend telling GOP voters he's a "reliable Republican."