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The CDC said Wednesday that enterovirus 68 has been confirmed in 16 states.
President Obama calls for a 'united' United Kingdom
Chicago's mayor called the massive sign on Donald Trump's Chicago tower "tasteless."
For the first time, voters as young as 16 will help decide a significant matter of state.
South Korean marines discovered the man taking a break during his swim.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., says ex-House leader's Wall Street job isn't an exception.
German detectives say a client could be anyone from an intelligence service to Russian oligarchs.
Concern about risky conduct is on the rise again.
The new panel's first hearing focuses on bureaucracy, not bluster
President Obama speaks with first graders.
Woman convicted of starving child to death scheduled has been executed.
They seem to have an effect similar to that of sugar, but more research is needed.
Now you can have your coffee and eat the cup too.
Winds are an issue for more than 2,500 firefighters battling King Fire.
Wedge to bar door is just one step schools are taking to protect against violence.
Cooper Waldvogel loves his mom more than military protocol.
Police have released a description of a person of interest in Graham's disappearance.
Scotland's independence vote resonates in China.
Don't be fooled by its small size — this TV left a big mark with its image and features.