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Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong spend peaceful night singing songs to push for reforms
Preliminary autopsy rules out violent assault in deaths of family members.
Connecticut firefighter files federal civil rights lawsuit over pregnancy-related sick days
Conservation groups oppose Wyoming's request to regain management of wolf populations
Dozens of possible jurors rejected after saying they couldn't be impartial in Arias case
Drug case that led to award for Ferguson police officer "on hold" pending grand jury review
Mexico searches for 57 students missing after violence that killed at least 6
Supreme Court, in 5-4 vote, puts off early voting in Ohio for a week in schedule dispute
For the first time criminal charges have been brought against a suspect for allegedly advertising and selling spyware for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry ??? software that???s purportedly capable of intercepting phone calls, text messages and emails, and even eavesdropping on offline conversations happening within...
He was tackled near the East Room, according to sources.
Man gets life sentence for killing 3 members of Colorado family, sexually assaulting teen
Answers about lingering delays, cancellations from fire at Chicago air traffic control center
Kim Kardashian Through the Years. Inside the reality star's life and style.
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News reports: White House intruder gets much farther into mansion than previously described
Police probing fire that killed 45 of 93 small dogs in home owned by North Vegas councilman
ISIS and Kurdish fighters continue to do battle along the Syria-Turkish border.
Not all tycoons grow up with trust funds and silver spoons. Forbes' 33rd list of the 400 richest Americans includes self-made billionaires and a fair share of entrepreneurs who came from poor immigrant families. Every story has a beginning, and we thought the first jobs of these billionaires were noteworthy beginnings.
Some celebrities never seem to age.
Did the intelligence community underestimate ISIS or did the President? In his 60 Minutes interview, the President seemed to put the blame on the intelligence community, saying ???I think they underestimated what had been taking place in Syria.??? At the White House daily briefing, Press Secretary Josh Earnest cast the net quite a bit wider: ???Everybody was surprised to see the rapid advance that ISIL was able to make from Syria across the Iraqi border,??? said Earnest. But, wait a minute: for nearly a year, senior officials in the US government have been warning about the alarming rise of ISIS, or ISIL as the terrorist group is also known, and the inability of the Iraqi government to confront the threat.