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Oswald's brother claims funeral home didn't have right to sell coffin after body was exhumed.
The Senate Intelligence Committee releases a searing condemnation of the CIA.
USA TODAY Network takes a closer look at messages used in protest and their origins.
Cho Hyun-ah resigned Tuesday amid a storm of public criticism in South Korea.
Israel says Texas man was plotting to blow up Muslim holy places in Jerusalem.
With just weeks to go until Christmas, if you don't have an artificial Christmas tree, it can be tricky keeping your real one fresh for Sant...
MoveOn.org asks members to spend $1 million to coax Mass. Democrat into presidential race.
Just 33% of small- to medium-sized businesses carry cyberliability insurance today.
Saudi law dictates that women be legally controlled for their entire lives by a male guardian.
MIT economist says passage of Affordable Care Act was transparent despite previous comments
If you walk with a bounce in your step, you just may elevate your mood.
The Senate panel discussed a possible declaration of war against the Islamic State
Widow has watched togetherness of spirit slip away along racial lines nationally, locally.
The assailant is still at large.
A winter storm is lashing the Northeast with snow, wind, and rain Tuesday.
New report says school shootings often involve arguments that escalate, guns from home
The Supreme Court allowed Georgia to execute a prisoner claiming mental disability.
A report on interrogations exposes a deep rift between the Obama and Bush administrations.
There is no information to suggest increased concern over airline travel, he says.
Federal official says two dolphin deaths at the hands of human in two weeks is unusual.