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Church board members voted last week to out Juan McFarland from his position.
President Obama hits a golfing milestone.
Witnesses in city's bankruptcy trial said many things don't fixed correctly, or at all.
Kim Jong Un, seen with a cane, was not seen publicly in 40 days.
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your morning.
Activist Cornel West also among those arrested in a protest at Ferguson's police station.
USA TODAY Network spoke with members of the cast about their favorite moments.
Dog is removed from the Dallas nurse's home and is being monitored by Texas A&M veterinary experts.
Standoff with authorities drags into a third week.
South African athlete was last month found guilty of culpable homicide
Screenings at the airport have detected no passengers with symptoms of the disease.
N.H. legislator says Rep. Ann Kuster will be defeated by a "truly attractive" candidate.
President Obama talks with aides about national efforts to contain the Ebola virus.
AP exclusive: Firms with ties to agency's executive director awarded contracts worth millions of dollar.
Winemakers seeing benefits of severe drought.
Incinerated waste from Dallas' first Ebola victim are slated to be transported to landfill.
Stories about super-dogs and a poignant bucket list highlight the week's stories.
China thirsts for spectacle and sleight of hand.
Voters in the state are concerned about jobs, coal.
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