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Retired Master Sgt. Mike Maroney wants to reconnect with little girl who made a big impact.
The Indiana State Museum will display his news photos shot around the world.
The Affordable Care Act remains contentious.
Shy 9-year-old sought president's advice for making friends at school.
Texas senator makes a tactical move by being first GOP candidate to say he's all in for 2016 race.
More than 300 couples married in a 10-hour window when gay marriage was legal in the state.
Bill would set up later vote to approvi or reject any deal on Iran's nuclear program.
States that expanded Medicaid saved twice as much in unpaid bills as those that didn't.
Zach Swanson, 31, was beaten, burned, cut and stomped last August.
President hosts a science fair and a foreign investment summit.
The Louisiana governor may be angling for a Cabinet position.
Police officer helped woman cross the finish line over the weekend.
Adnan Syed claim ex-counsel lied about contacting alibi witness and plea deal in murder case.
Rebels force a U.S. withdrawal from Yemen in an Iranian string of victories.
University president Jerry Falwell Jr. says Cruz speech is a "testament" to Liberty students and their accomplishments.
Lawyers seek freedom for Durst, arrest more than a week ago in New Orleans for a 2000 murder.
Singapore starts seven days of mourning for Lee Kuan Yew
Lawmakers will debate the annual budget this week in a process that will highlight the divides between the parties.
Review is critical of the department's lack of training and accountability in such incidents.
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