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Soon, the Truckee River will lose its flow.
Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai replaces Hamid Karzai.
Beijing's refusal to allow a genuine choice of candidates for election in 2017 is behind chaotic scenes.
Joseph Weekley is charged with involuntary manslaughter in Aiyana Stanley-Jones' death.
Protests in Hong Kong are like nothing the city has seen in decades. Why is this happening now?
First-time offenders will be released without having to post bond.
Police match forensic evidence from remains of a Va. Tech student who went missing in 2009.
Five weeks after veteran dies, initial letter arrives from VA seeking payment.
The top House Republican says more than airstrikes may be needed for ISIL.
Thirteen teens overpowered a guard to escape the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center.
The Rochester slaying revived debate about who is let out of prison and how.
U.S. bombings are shifting to smaller, more mobile targets.
One victim in critical condition; youngest victim 11 years old, police say.
President Obama says the Islamic State has become 'ground zero for jihadists.'
U.S. military's rank and file mostly opposed to expanding the new mission in Iraq, Syria.
The Mormon church-owned school forbids something its namesake once sported: a beard.
President Obama will stump for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn.
If you can overlook the sometimes poor image quality, this TV is big and a great value.
Authorities said the shooting appeared unrelated to 2 protests taking place at the time.
A church windfall and a plea from a man's daughters to save his life highlight the week.