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Our "summer of Supermoons" comes to a close Monday night .
Vermont senator weighs whether to run as independent or Democrat in potential 2016 bid.
Government selling or giving away unneeded structures as museums, homes and businesses.
A couple of former presidents discuss family while touting a new scholarship program.
The cases being heard were filed in Hawaii, Idaho and Nevada.
A shaky cease-fire in Ukraine appeared to hold despite periodic exchanges of mortar fire.
The man was pulled from the water and treated by a doctor but pronounced dead.
Friends not surprised Yonkers man jumped in to try to save child in river.
Officials looking at transfer of $1.5 million from Iraq and UAE to wife's Vienna account.
Hospitals and pharmacies can collect excess drugs, including opioid painkillers.
"Stopping domestic violence is something that's bigger than football," press secretary says.
Appliance companies are getting bigger and going global.
Adam Matos is suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend.
No group claimed responsibility, but past blasts have been claimed by anarchist groups.
Hundreds of bird species in the USA are at "serious risk" due to climate change.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says rules to make tax-shifting "less economically appealing" will come soon.
Battling Ebola a 'perfect storm' of disaster.
Pilot, a Nevada Air National Guard veteran, was a past racing champion.
Sonya Spoon told police she suffocated her children, ages 1 and 3, in the family's home.
President Obama says the United States needs to help Africa contain the deadly disease.