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The mayor of a Netherlands city has apologized for suggesting Russian president Vladimir Putin's daughter should be kicked out of the country.
Vice President Joe Biden decries voting restrictions in NAACP address
US Fish and Wildlife proposes limiting trade of 5 snake species, including boa constrictor
After decades, Silver Line becoming a reality for northern Virginia; was it worth the wait?
Quebec police try to prevent US auction of locomotive involved in deadly oil train explosion
Argentina's embattled vice president back in court for new case, adding to government woes
Texas governor's deployment of troops to border echoes previous push amid election concerns
As the grounding of American air carriers flying to Israel was extended today, one major Israeli airline says itâ€™s braving potential rocket attacks to fly home to Tel Aviv â€“ an airline thatâ€™s one of the only ones in the world boasting high-tech anti-missile defenses.
City officials in Somerset, Kentucky, about 70 miles south of Lexington, say they have responded to 'big business' by opening a taxpayer-supported gas station for the public with the purpose of driving down pump prices.
Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan has been called a national hero.
Living near LeBron James' home outside of Cleveland, Ohio has its perks: cupcakes, for starters.
Army veteran says the ducks ease his depression.