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Financial Guaranty Insurance Co. agrees to sign on to city's plan to exit bankruptcy.
Two trains, including a passenger train, collided in the Ozarks.
BP has accused claims administrator Patrick Juneau of "hijacking" the settlement.
Frontier says the crew onboard Flight 1143 was placed on paid leave for 21 days.
Partisan cries to shut the border divert attention from actual solutions.
The president convenes a Cabinet-level meeting on Ebola after second health worker infected
Multi-lingual efforts can be tricky business.
While painkiller deaths dropped 5%, deaths from heroin surged.
Lawsuit comes after pastor admitted he also used drugs and misused church funds.
Amber Vinson developed fever late Tuesday.
Forensics exams were focusing on a second set of graves and a third site.
Thirteen original negatives sold for $34,073 to doctor in Las Vegas.
Members of a biker gang from Holland are the latest to join the fight.
A direct hit expected by the end of the week.
Many likely caucusgoers not sure on next presidential nominee.
Sales closes Wednesday night on a collection of negatives from John and Jacqueline Kennedy's wedding.
"You're Asian, of course you're good at math!"
Researchers tested rats in Manhattan and cataloged the viruses and bacteria they carry.
Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history.
A couple faces negotiations after the Florida home they commissioned was built on the wrong lot in the Ocean Hammock gated community.