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The Security Council called for both "a durable and fully respected cease-fire."
Fist bumps and high fives transmit less bacteria than handshakes, a study says.
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A wildfire burning in the foothills of Northern California's Sierra Nevada mountains destroyed 13 homes and 38 other structures, California ...
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Both sides post, tweet to make points, discuss their views.
The city has faced heavy criticism for its efforts to collect unpaid water bills.
Ruling, which could be appealed, is seen as a victory for proponents of the Second Amendment.
Outbreak has killed more than 670 in Africa.
The swing ride is closed indefinitely as the incident is investigated.
Some 8 million people have Chagas disease, a life-threatening illness passed to humans by an insect.
Al-Makassed hospital has become a scene of chaos as dozens of Gazans arrive for treatment.
Some brands of "ice cream" don't quite behave the way you'd expect.
The blazes are threatening homes and forcing evacuations.
A new poll says President Obama would now lose an election to Republican Mitt Romney.
The attack occurred early Sunday morning in the town of Kolofata.
2008 GOP vice presidential nominee says she wants to bypass "media filters" with own channel.
The classic Finnish maternity package is making its way to the U.S. for a price.
Kayakers rowed ashore at airport undetected after losing paddles in Jamaica Bay.