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Hero or deserter? Will Sgt. Beau Bergdahl be left behind as US withdraws from Afghanistan?
Supreme Court explores reliance on IQ test to rule out mental disability for death row inmates
Heavy rain takes latest toll at Pompeii; calls for swift help after reported wall collapse
Iditarod mushers prepare for start of nearly 1,000-mile sled dog race across Alaska
Chris Connelly reviews the films that won big the night before the Oscars.
The duo was picked for their work in "After Earth."
Secretary of State says those include military action and economic sanctions.
Separatists blamed for knife attack in China that leaves 33 dead, as residents express dismay
Tonight, select actors and actresses will be immortalized in Oscars history for their epic performances over the past year at the 86th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood at the Dolby Theatre. Can Jennifer Lawrence win for a second year in a row for her performance in "American Hustle," and will Matthew McConaughey be stepping on stage to say "All right, all right, all right" if he wins Best Actor for "Dallas Buyers Club"? Throw in Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Bradley Cooper and that makes for one exciting awards show. But the nominees are hardly just what the Oscars are all about. There's the red carpet - will Lupita Nyong'o continue to stun as she has all year long as Hollywood's newest it girl and fashion trendsetter? Who will Emma Thompson and Lawrence photobomb next and what will the stars wear?
NATO head: Russia is threatening Europe's peace and security with its Ukrainian intervention
Pope calls for dialogue in Ukraine to resolve its crisis
Thai anti-government protesters abandon Bangkok intersections to rally full-time in park
Comedian Jimmy Fallon, Chicago mayor ready to jump into chilly Lake Michigan for charity
Police shut down roads in Jerusalem ahead of mass ultra-Orthodox rally in Israel over draft
Toast all of the winners and nominees with a special libation on Sunday.
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Inside Oscar nominees' homes across the country
Elle magazine's creative director, Joe Zee, picked gowns for each of the Oscar nominees.
Egypt's new prime minister urges end to strikes, protests, says it's time for work