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A 35-year-old felt numbness before she tripped and fell while walking home.
Three weather-related catastrophes could be all it takes to throw the world's food supply into chaos.
About 44,500 assault weapons have been registered since state law was enacted in 2013.
28th coin of America the Beautiful Quarters Program is released Thursday.
An attempt to have a dialog about a controversial topic goes pretty badly.
The U.S. is also going to work with NATO's cyber center, located in Estonia.
Differences appear to remain between Iran and world powers, while a June 30 deadline looms
A new poll gives Hillary Clinton leads over all the Republican candidates for president.
Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history.
The amount was about one-third of what Travis Alexander's family requested for travel, lodging compensation.
Tailor hid hacksaw blades in meat that was passed to "honor block" inmates, D.A. says.
It is the first major university in the country to do so.
Adopted by a black family, Verda Byrd didn't know her biological parents were white.
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President prepares for big trade votes in the Senate.
Officers high-fived after the arrest of Dylann Roof in North Carolina.
Walter Scheib was found near the Yerba Canyon Trailhead in New Mexico.
"We opened the space for discussion for people to be able say what was in their hearts and minds."
Freddie Gray died a week after being arrested on April 12.
Jonathan Fleming spent 24 years in prison for a murder he did not commit.