Tsarnaev admits to Boston Marathon bombings
The attorney for Boston Marathon bombings suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev said it clearly: "It was him."
Motorcyclist escapes after wild Escondido chase
What to expect from Costco deal with Visa, Citi
If you're shopping at Costco, you'll need a new credit card to pay for those family-sized packs of chicken breasts or toilet paper.
Paris drone sighting ends in police chase
Police are having trouble tracking down drones in Paris, which are causing security concerns at the city's tourist destinations.
Mexico authorities arrest Zetas leader
The Mexican government had offered a 30-million peso ($2 million) reward for his capture on weapons and organized crime charges.
What Israelis thought of Netanyahu's big speech
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress received mixed reviews back in Israel.
NYC public schools to close on 2 Muslim holidays
The mayor made the announcement at a Brooklyn school where more than one-third of students were absent last Eid al-Adha.
Body-camera maker's ties raise questions
A review of records and interviews by the AP show Taser is covering airfare and hotel stays for police chiefs who speak at promotional conferences.
Women claim accused BP 'peeper' is dangerous
They claim he photographed them with a hidden camera in the women's restroom at the Chula Vista station.
Future of jailed woman's mansions in question
Elba Esther Gordillo is accused of embezzling nearly $160 million from a Mexican labor union.
Protest demanding training after Team 10 stories
Community members want change after Team 10's investigation regarding a deputy's treatment of a man with Down syndrome.
Documents reveal new info in Barona deaths
Team 10 has uncovered new information about the deaths of a man and a toddler on the Barona Reservation in January.