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Typhoon Rammasun kills at least ten people in the Philippines.
Animal rights activists called the airport's pest removal program cruel and inhumane.
Newly-revealed memo alleges Ga. governor's team tried to quash 2012 ethics probe of governor
FactCheck.org takes on Rick Santorum's "Meet the Press" claim on legal immigration.
The U.N. requests a pause in airstrikes for humanitarian reasons, and both Israel and Hamas agree.
U.S. drone strikes are a source of tension between Washington and Islamabad.
The drought's impact ranges from the economy to daily water usage.
Christie's office pulls, edits, re-posts mock movie preview.
Democratic measure stood no chance of passage in the House.
Most Americans are unhappy with Obama's border strategy and want to speed up deportations
Reactors at Sendai Nuclear Power Station comply with post-tsunami requirements.
A majority of scientists in field studies reported being sexually harassed, a study says.
USA TODAY Network explains how climate change is affecting polar bears now.
Scientists in Siberia out to investigate and to debunk speculation.
Nine contributors join other 'grand bargain' donors.
Widow denies being married three times before her most recently deceased husband.
Until now, the U.S. has insisted on hitting Russia with penalties in concert with Europe.
Trainer Doug Seus has been instructing bears for more than 40 years.
Says city is getting bad rep internationally for cutting off residents' water.