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A miracle rescue at sea is among this week's stories.
Germans celebrate a day that marked a turning point in the country's postwar history.
The deadly disease has radically restructured life in the African nation.
25 years after the Berlin Wall fell, what happened to inspirational presidential oratory?
5 facts about fever: Here's what you need to know when body temperatures rise.
To reduce smog and traffic, China takes drastic steps ahead of a major summit.
How the Motor City managed to emerge from its historic bankruptcy case.
One of movement's significant organizations traces roots to Middlebury College in Vermont.
Out of the loop this weekend? We've got what you missed.
George W. Bush writes a 'love letter' to Dad and tells brother Jeb to run for president.
Website opens for shopping; experts say most would save money by shopping around.
For some, hunting with fellow veterans is therapy.
Andrew Fryberg, 15, died two weeks after the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Coverage on SEALs presents temptation to cash out or otherwise capitalize on public interest.
Lynch, a federal prosecutor in Brooklyn, would replace Attorney General Eric Holder.
The plastic Halloween bucket is preventing the deer from eating and drinking.
It's the latest in a string of restrictions on Arizona's effort to get local police to confront illegal immigration.
Police would not say whether the three were related.
Kenneth Bae and Matthew Todd Miller have been allowed to depart North Korea.
A grand jury will decide whether to indict a police officer in death of Michael Brown, 18.