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There is no specific threat or information suggesting that an attack is imminent.
La. Democrat is registered to vote in house where her parents live, Washington Post says.
He allegedly threatened to arrest victims if they did not submit.
After a violent summer, city is hoping for a rebirth.
President Obama was making serious comments about the Islamic State's threat, but the Twitterverse was obsessed with his tan suit.
Those with ALS hope the "ice bucket" campaign will lead to research to fight the disease.
An outbreak ravaging West Africa began last year in Guinea, which shares a border with Senegal.
Nidal Hasan addressed his letter to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who leads the militant group.
A member of the bachelorette party that witnessed the shooting comes forward.
Japan's more prominent military stance has its neighbors -- and many of its own people -- nervous.
Coachella Valley High's mascot drew objections from an anti-discrimination group.
Slow response might hamper efforts to secure more funding for agencies handling the crisis.
Pilot who was confirmed dead in Wednesday's crash has not been identified.
More than a hundred flights were grounded by the strike.
The chief of Iran's Revolutionary Guard navy insists the incident was not a "clash."
Jesse Benton has emerged as a figure in a scandal involving the 2012 Iowa GOP caucus.
The civil war in Syria has forced a record 3 million people out of the country.
He strikes down regulations requiring clinics to meet ambulatory-surgical center standards.
The publication also implies that an attack in the U.S. or Great Britain is imminent.
Law enforcement is serious about minimizing accidents and deaths on the water.