2 US pilots die in Army Apache helicopter crash

Two U.S. Army helicopter pilots died today after their AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed during a routine training mission in South Korea.

Blindfolded Muslim college student gives ‘Hugs for Humanity’

A Muslim college student stood outside for hours Saturday asking for people to trust him and give him a hug.

Snowstorm slams midwest ahead of Thanksgiving travel

Those living in the Midwest have mounds of snow to dig out of after a major snowstorm slammed the region over the last few days.

Officials: US Army soldier from South Carolina dies in Iraq

The U.S. Army says a soldier from South Carolina has died during a non-combat incident at a military facility in Iraq.

Harvard University Police investigating hate crime at Law School

The Harvard University Police Department is conducting a hate crime investigation after portraits of black law school professors were defaced with black tape on Wednesday night, the department said.

FDA approves genetically-modified salmon

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced today that it has approved the first genetically engineered animal intended for food: AquAdvantage salmon.

Congress finally close to vote on new education law

Congress is finally close to a vote to rewrite the outdated and highly criticized No Child Left Behind education law.

Ex-Subway pitchman Fogle gets more than 15 years in prison

Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle has formally pleaded guilty to child pornography and sex crimes charges.

House votes to curb Syrian refugees, snubs Obama veto threat

The House has rebuked President Barack Obama by ignoring his veto threat and approving a Republican bill erecting fresh barriers for Syrian and Iraqi refugees trying to enter the United States.

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