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An official said security forces from neighboring Chad freed many of the victims.
Jury got the day off in the federal corruption trial.
New twist on crowd-funding: campaigns that pays journalists
What's the one system that will make you the most popular person in your dorm?
Message has become a rallying cry for military personnel stationed at Afghanistan base.
Private, public groups join to document role auto industry has played in American history.
A Sidney man left the country using brother's passport, according to reports.
The president and his family are vacationing on Martha's Vineyard.
We round up the gadgets and news stories that made the biggest mark on us this week.
Dr. Kent Brantly says in a new statement that he's recovering from Ebola.
Police say Brown was a suspect in a strong-arm robbery of a box of cigars moments before he was shot.
The Somali government's disarmament campaign is aimed at reducing number of weapons.
Judge's ruling may alter payouts to oil spill cleanup workers who fell ill from chemicals.
Ga. political icon backs Democrat Michelle Nunn for Senate and GOP Gov. Nathan Deal.
So far no buyers for house where no-deceased serial killer claimed his first victim.
Teamed with father to attempt the $153K deal, authorities say.
Addressing crises both domestic and foreign, President Obama appealed for calm Thursday.
National Suicide Prevention line saw the greatest number of calls in its history Monday.
A 3-year-old girl survived 11 days in a Siberian forest.
First Amendment is also under siege in embattled Missouri suburb.