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Skydive was last item on Brian Nagle's bucket list.
Hillary Clinton jokes Darth Vader "would not be my choice" for president in 2016.
Voters now favor Senate majority leader 47% to 45% in the first time McConnell has led.
Delta IV launches were scrubbed four times in four days since Wednesday.
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Defendant's lawyer tries to get case of Detroit judge's misconduct heard by Supreme Court.
More than 20 animals died at an Arizona boarding house billed as a 'Disneyland for Dogs.'
Charlie Bothuell V was found in his basement after an 11-day disappearance.
The U.S. wanted Hugo Carvajal extradited from Aruba to face drug trafficking charges.
A map shows how four small blazes turned into Washington's largest-ever wildfire
President Obama to honor young African leaders as well as arts and humanities medalists.
The U.S. fear of a splintered Iraq may have come to pass.
Obama has made 28 calls to foreign leaders in July.
Navi Pillay calls for a thorough investigation of the 'horrendous' incident.
Police say the shooting is considered one of the worst cases of domestic violence in Maine.
Former CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky built Yukos into Russia's largest oil company.
Reveal, an hour-long investigative show, will soon go weekly.
Rising sea levels are leading to an increase in so-called "nuisance flooding."
In addition to the fatalities, about a dozen villagers were wounded.
National Review obtained documents for Michelle Nunn's Senate campaign in Georgia.