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Disgruntled farmers protest wolf attacks and government policies.
Protests over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Mo., turned to vandalism late Wednesday.
Temperatures will be cooler and drier for much of the USA this weekend.
The decision could push thousands of claimants into litigation and out of a settlement.
There's more than one way to stuff a turkey.
Jim Edwards is pursuing a law degree in his retirement to help people in need.
Security layer based on "gunshot recognition technology" aims to better protect the campus in the event of a shooting.
For years, just 1% of Peace Corps volunteers were over age 50. Now that number is 7%.
Police reported few arrests and calm in Ferguson after two tumultuous nights.
More than 2,200 National Guard troops have been deployed to prevent more violence.
Prosecutors say the Somali-American men planned to fight for ISIL in Syria.
EPA proposes new limits to ozone air pollution, GOP promises to fight back
He says a future in the Ferguson Police Department is unlikely
OPEC will decide Thursday whether it can find agreement on an output cut to boost prices.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a stent implanted to address an artery blockage.
Nearly a half-million applicants selected plans.
Family who lost their son gets to hear his heart live on in another man's chest.
Interns at Girl AGain learn to assess, price and display American Girl products.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty in the case.
The bill creates tax exempt accounts for people with disabilities to save for the future.