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For the second time this week, clashes over sparse legroom on commercial airplanes made tempers so hot that a flight had to be diverted from its intended destination.
California Legislature passes bill changing consent mandate for college rape investigations
US approves Pennsylvania plan to expand health care to a half-million more low-income people
APNewsBreak: Rosa Parks' long-unseen archives bought by Warren Buffett heir's foundation
Japan economy in doldrums, as incomes and spending languish
US OPEN SCENE: You can own a piece of the Open
Google's secret lab working on fleet of self-flying vehicles to deliver packages more quickly
O really, Canada? Russia responds after Canada's tweet mocks Russia with colorful map
American scientists will begin testing an Ebola vaccine in humans next week, U.S. health officials announced today. But it could take 11 months to learn whether the vaccine is safe as the virusâ€™s toll in West Africa continues to rise.
Ukraineâ€™s president called an emergency meeting of the nationâ€™s security council and canceled a foreign trip today due to a â€œRussian invasion,â€? with rebel forces opening up a new front in the conflict.
Attempt to call Flight 370 may alter search for Malaysian jetliner that vanished in March
Theodore Wafer convicted of killing Renisha McBride.
Shell files revised Arctic offshore drilling plan, says no decision has been made for 2015
FEMA denies Hawaii's major disaster-declaration request because storm damage not severe enough
Taupe and change: Obama's switch from dark to tan suit for serious statement
Obama plays down prospect of imminent US military action to confront militants in Syria
Yusmeiro Petit sets MLB record for consecutive batters retired, leads Giants past Rockies 4-1
Obama reiterates pledge to act on immigration if Congress doesn't, but sets no timeline
Islamic State group kills dozens of captured Syrian soldiers, posts photos online