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A federal judge in Maryland ruled a couple who sued for the name has no legal claim to it.
Homeland Security funding will expire Friday unless Congress passes a spending bill.
As Tavenner steps down, Slavitt takes over the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Frozen's Queen Elsa is racking up quite the arrest record.
A French military official said warplanes are starting operations from the Charles de Gaulle on Monday.
Police found the body of the suspect, and another man near the back of the home Sunday night.
The bill is intended to increase legal protections for those with strongly held religious beliefs.
NYPD officer Peter Liang is charged with felony manslaughter in the death of Akai Gurley.
Police began investigating Kyle Muehlhauser after a woman found a camera in her stall.
Texas pollster says Ted Cruz is "not invulnerable" in Lone Star state.
Ohio's subzero temps. don't stop this bicycling commuter from clocking over 30 miles a day.
Abdel-Fattah is a prominent blogger who has been a vocal government critic.
Doctors advise parents not to try this at home without pediatrician's supervision.
Ukraine's Russian-backed separatists have far superior weapons, thanks to Russia.
Lt. Col. Anatoliy Stelmakh told reporters that the pullback will not start until rebel attacks stop entirely, in line with a cease-fire.
In extending Gadhafi-related sanctions, Obama says the Libyan conflict poses a threat
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Swedish Ambassador Bjorn Lyrvall discussed European economy, Ukraine with USA TODAY.
Jeb Bush shared his wedding photo on Twitter and Facebook.
Marvin Bush flubbed taking snaps at brother Jeb's wedding, but mom saved the day.