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It is the first and only debate of the hotly contested Kentucky Senate race.
Ex-president makes first campaign stop to rally crucial voting block in governor's race.
At least two people in Arkansas and Alabama.
North Carolina Senate race pits Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan against Republican Thom Tillis.
CDC Director Frieden says she's stable, and he apologizes to hospital officials.
A 58-foot finback dead whale washed ashore on a Long Island beach appears to have been hit by a boat.
Here's what we glean from reading the lengthy interview (which is as much about bullfighting as it is about Cruz):
Twin-engine Beechcraft crashes in the only vacant lot in dense suburb of Palos Hills.
Some experts believe expanding pork production is a losing battle for the Chinese.
The Frenchman wins for his analysis of market power and regulation.
Church board members voted last week to out Juan McFarland from his position.
President Obama hits a golfing milestone.
Witnesses in city's bankruptcy trial said many things don't fixed correctly, or at all.
Kim Jong Un, seen with a cane, was not seen publicly in 40 days.
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Activist Cornel West also among those arrested in a protest at Ferguson's police station.
USA TODAY Network spoke with members of the cast about their favorite moments.
Dog is removed from the Dallas nurse's home and is being monitored by Texas A&M veterinary experts.
Standoff with authorities drags into a third week.
South African athlete was last month found guilty of culpable homicide