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From defense treaties to global markets, repercussions could be widespread.
Only about 10% of children 13 and older were adopted in Mississippi in 2010.
Since assuming office last week, the PM needs to relinquish any international passports.
Read a little more about the history of the national anthem
David Haines is the third Westerner beheaded by Islamic State militants.
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Some half million Gaza children made a delayed return to school Sunday.
Nearly half of Americans suffer from diabetes or soon will unless they make lifestyle changes.
There have been 46 border deaths since 2004 and no agents have been disciplined.
The Senate's rule book governs how many potted plants each Senate office is allotted to have.
Bassel Saad is facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of John Bieniewicz.
Tommy Thompson disappeared in 2012 when he failed to show up for a court hearing
A woman has criticized police in the Utah County city of Saratoga Springs over the fatal shooting of her 22-year-old son.
Engineers, moms, health experts says given health benefits, a change is overdue
One-time world-class violinist played Mozart as doctors operated
Discovery underneath Stonehenge tops the list
Small-scale entrepreneurs could force politicians to make dramatic changes to South Asia's dire energy problem.
Pope urges the world to shed its apathy in the face of new threats.
Hugo Chavez's hand-picked successor struggles to improve economic conditions.
The increasing number of sex crimes on campuses spurs action by schools and lawmakers.