VIDEO: 99 year old woman sworn in as US citizen

99-year-old Elia Guzman de Estrada proudly held her right hand up and she was read the oath of allegiance, and was sworn in as a U.S. citizen at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service Building in Harlingen, Texas, on Wednesday.

Cameron Park Zoo has a new miracle baby

Waco, Texas - Cameron Park Zoo is pleased to announce the birth of a baby ocelot kitten. The kitten, a male named Aztec, is the first infant born to Cameron Park Zoo ocelots, Maya and Gustavo and is truly a miracle baby.

Procter & Gamble recalls selected brands of dog, cat food

The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) has voluntarily recalled specific lots of dry pet food because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

German tourist loses her arm in Hawaii shark attack

A German tourist was in critical condition after a shark severed her right arm while she snorkeled in Hawaii on Wednesday, authorities said. The approximately 20-year-old woman, who was unconscious when first responders arrived, was taken to Maui

Friend: Hannah Anderson discusses kidnapping on social media

Hannah Anderson did what any teenage girl would do after a life-changing ordeal: she discussed it with peers online. The 16-year-old fielded anonymous questions on the website, where she shared details about her abduction by the man she kne

Prosecutors press teen charged in sexual relations with younger girl to take deal

Florida prosecutors are pressing teenager Kaitlyn Hunt to accept a plea deal -- one that would keep her out of jail, even if she'd have to admit wrongdoing -- tied to charges she's facing for having sex with a then-14-year-old girl, a state attorney

A cup and straw that can detect date-rape drugs?

The pitch reads: "Would you know if an odorless, colorless and tasteless rape drug were put in your drink?

Colorado clarifies sentences after killing of prisons chief

A review prompted by the mistaken early release of a man suspected of later killing Colorado's prisons chief will ensure that 267 inmates will serve their proper time, state officials said Wednesday. After the slaying of Chief Tom Clements, Gov.

Despite deaths, Muslim Brotherhood vows to continue protests in Egypt

CAIRO (CNN) -- The Muslim Brotherhood said Thursday that nothing will stop its "glorious revolution" in Egypt -- not even the deaths of more than 500 people killed in the country's bloodiest day in recent history.

Avoid the 'back-to-school plague'

As a first-grade teacher, Julie Miller is exposed to a horrifying number of germs on a daily basis. "I've been thrown up on; they sneeze and cough on me.