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Tennessee's promise of free tuition sparks questions in Indiana.
Tennesseans Larry and Linda Drain are caught in the health care coverage gap.
John McCain stops short of proclaiming Hillary Clinton his favorite Democrat.
4-month-old girl initially was unresponsive but survived heat stroke.
The fiesta was immortalized in Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises.
GOP says $27 for "I miss W" T-shirt will help elect Republicans, restore leadership.
Jeffrey Heisley wasn't actually a prisoner of war.
A child buried 1,5000 years ago had the common characteristics of Down Syndrome.
Thomas Ravenel from Bravo's "Southern Charm" launches independent bid vs. GOP Sen. Graham.
Officer Perry Renn died during a gun battle.
Material reviewed by the Washington Post included e-mail and instant message conversations.
John Boehner defends a prospective lawsuit against President Obama over executive power.
Myths about the Great War are very stubborn
Officer found in his patrol car; person of interest taken into custody.
Authorities won't say whether an arrest warrant has been obtained for Leanna Harris.
A model's colostomy bags and a dad's tears of joy are among this week's uplifting stories.
Loss of war-designated training funds could impact Guard's combat readiness.
An accident involving illegal fireworks Friday night in San Jose cost one California man his hand.
Government is spending billions to push records that are vulnerable to fraud.
Millions of people have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.