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Shelby Swink chooses quite the event to commemorate being dumped days before the wedding.
Money and material things are not always the answer, anthropologist Edward Fischer says.
The prison population at Gitmo is down to 127.
The boy's mother was ordered held on $150,000 bond in Columbus, Ohio.
Programs aim to prevent psychosis or halt a patient's decline.
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Two police officers and an armored truck guard were killed in the robbery.
Opponents of Amendment 1 call the vote 'tainted' and accuse officials of violating voting rights.
In their quest to make quieter machines, manufacturers have sacrificed a key component.
Officials investigating what caused deadly turn in New Year's celebration along riverfront.
The Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai was center stage for a New Year's fireworks display.
Near-record cold will ring in the New Year, marking the chilliest Rose Parade in more than 60 years.
Two of the survivors were wearing rescue beacons, officials said.
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Australian shepherd finds his way home days after owner falls from wheelchair.
The rift between de Blasio and much of the rank and file has grown in recent weeks.
Former president now resting at home after weeklong stay for breathing difficulties.