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The condition and location of al-Baghdadi were not known, the military said.
Former U.S. rep. spent five days in hospital while undergoing a heart procedure.
Whether it helps pupils focus or burn off energy, standing at school is on a test run.
To most of the country, the true meaning of the attack wouldn't hit until Sept. 11, 2001.
Obama said it is important for Clinton to answer questions on the subject of the private email server “to the satisfaction of the American p...
Iran's state TV and the Isna news agency both reported that Rezaian was found guilty.
Photo depicting the joy and pain of IVF goes viral, and other stories.
There were no injuries, but dramatic video of the funnel cloud is going viral.
Unlike in Colorado, the debut of legalized marijuana in Oregon attracted little attention.
One report says each presidential candidate will spend an average of $36 million in 2015.
Sunday's fatal shooting second time a Memphis officer killed in 10 weeks.
Whether he gets them in his home state hinges on his approach to gun ownership.
N.Y. drivers using Tappan Zee Bridge could see lower tolls because of bank settlement.
Turkish officials are trying to find out who was behind the bombings, which killed 95.
There's no indication if the victims, or the helicopter, were American, officials say.
The report said the new missile is precision guided and can be controlled until the moment of impact.
Turkish President Erdogan's crisis has big consequences for U.S. interests in the region.
Fifteen orders target federal contractors on everything from wages to employee texting.
To prevent heatstroke, police should pay attention to the dog, handlers say.
The prosecutor's office says a grand jury will decide if the officer should face criminal charges.