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Paisley was Northern Ireland's most divisive politician for four decades.
A federal appeals court gave Wisconsin the green light to implement its photo ID law.
A sixth grader hoped to meet Beyonce, but got President Obama instead.
The senator apologized for using taxpayer funds for flights that included campaign stops.
Baby undergoes open heart surgery to correct complex and rare heart defect.
Church pastor found guilty of unlawful sound amplification after three-day trial.
Unfortunate butt-dial and meatball altercation are among weirdest crime stories of the week.
The victim had responded to a Craigslist ad from a medical marijuana seller, police say.
The president celebrates anniversaries of a volunteer program and the national anthem.
Report: Decision to use the body camera technology 'should not be entered into lightly.'
Road and transit projects around the USA get a much-needed boost with federal TIGER grants
State says not enough signatures were valid. Tim Draper disagrees.
'Embarrassed and appalled' Diane Foley feels 'our country let Jim down.'
Sept. 18's vote will see the largest ever turnout for an election in Scotland.
Man arrested on multiple charges after stalking ex-girlfriend and taking her dog.
President Obama makes a stop at Fort McHenry in Baltimore.
Homeland Security Department is on pace to remove fewest number of immigrants since 2007.
Arab nations pledge to support the coalition against Islamic State but have not said how.
The court's response to an emergency request may lead to full recognition of gay marriage.
Why would any celebrity even think of agreeing to take on the National Anthem at this point?