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Series of attacks in and around Baghdad commercial areas kills at least 36 in Iraq
Final cash payments arriving in $3.4 billion Indian settlement approved 3 years ago
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, a normally serious guy, took on the role of comedian in front of a group of intelligence wonks today.
French president agrees to Iraqi request for airstrikes against Islamic State group
Mexican police step up vigilance in Los Cabos amid looting, security concerns after Odile
The latest news photos from around the globe.
Scotland referendum: Excitement vies with apprehension as Scots decide on future
Officers fatally shoot man who pointed rifle in suburban St. Louis near site of Brown shooting
When Tricia Somers was given the devastating diagnosis that she had terminal liver cancer last spring, her main concern was figuring out who would care for her 8-year-old son, Wesley.
Victim's relatives voice anger, pain as newlyweds who admitted to killing draw life sentences
Morgan Essenheimer is relieved to be home, back with her fiance in California.
The Royal & Ancient Golf Club at St Andrews votes to admit female members for 1st time
UN spokesman says roadside bomb kills 4 peacekeepers in northern Mali, wounds 3
Police: Teen to be charged as adult for killing woman in dispute over $5 in marijuana buy
Border Patrol to test wearing cameras amid questions about agents' use of force
Doctors Without Borders calls Sierra Leone???s Ebola lockdown ???coercive.???
It looks like Dallas really has danced his last dance.
Witness: Mexican army killed 21 alleged gang members in 'shootout' after they surrendered
Jury won't consider 9 deaths linked to salmonella in Georgia trial of peanut plant owner
The Scots wasted no words when they settled on language for the ballot used to determine whether they'll break away from the United Kingdom: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"