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The president and first lady Michelle Obama dine in Georgetown.
Man chides bus company, seeks action from governor's office.
Iselle churns toward Hawaii; forecasters say it could drop below hurricane strength.
An Israeli Cabinet minister warned Israel will respond if Hamas resumes fire.
NSA whistle-blower, who can now travel abroad, did not seek nor receive political asylum.
Facebook and university researchers team up to study you.
President Obama OKs airstrikes as humanitarian crisis mounts.
The ban on meat, fish, milk and fruit is expected to last for one year.
Feds charge hunter rescued from wildfire with starting the fire
Arrests in Texas have fallen to about 100 a day, down from 300 or more in June
Her parents have been notified, and coroner will be making definite identification.
Facing fallout from a plagiarism scandal, Montana senator ends his election campaign.
CDC Director Tom Frieden makes a "house call" to unhealthy Appalachian Kentucky.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are presenting final arguments this week.
FactCheck.org takes on Landrieu ad on Cassidy's support for changes to Social Security.
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Defense argued Theodore Wafer acted in self-defense in the shooting of Renisha McBride.
Officials say they know how to keep the disease from spreading worldwide.
California health officials said Wednesday the mosquito-born West Nile virus had resulted in the first two deaths of the summer.