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State is pushing to increase production because prices aren't competitive with black market.
Auction promises winner a pig carved any way they want it.
Negotiations on a longterm cease-fire set to resume in Cairo.
There have been a surge of new rankings, but what influence to they have for students?
Tourists clamor to see sharks, but local officials aren't looking to highlight their existence.
President Obama praises the late comedian/actor Robin Williams.
Steven Gibson Jr., his mother, sister and another teen were charged in dad's death.
Police test Illumicams in hopes of bolstering victims' arguments in abuse cases.
President Obama reminds donors a Democratic Senate can confirm his Supreme Court picks.
Marines and special operations troops were sent to help with humanitarian crisis, Pentagon officials say.
Advocates hope country will learn from Robin Williams' death.
Three bodies were found on Mount Rainier near the spot where six hikers went missing.
The picture of the boy holding a Syrian soldier's head was posted online by his father.
In a city consumed by partisan politics, Rep. Amodei's humor wins him friends in both parties.
WHO panel decides scope of the Ebola outbreak warrants trials of still untested drugs.
President Obama speaks out on the weekend shooting near St. Louis.
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Some fear the aid shipment may be a pretext for sending in Russian troops.
NEA President Dennis Van Roekel discusses teacher tenure and student testing.
After a public six-month freeze, Obama congratulated Erdogan on his election victory