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In the 1980s, Mark Stebbins insisted he was black when he looked white and had white parents.
Lynch becomes the first U.S. attorney general with a Twitter account.
Sorry, console owners, Roku users, and Apple TV'ers—you're out of luck.
Carter says there aren't enough good Iraqi recruits to train against ISIS
Beginning in 2020, a woman will appear on the new $10 bill, the Treasury Department said Wednesday.
Capsule was excavated in December at Massachusetts Statehouse.
Police are calling mass shooting at historically black church a hate crime.
Hennadiy Moskal is the governor of the Luhansk region.
An Indiana University researcher says watching cat videos isn't a complete waste of time.
Woman recounts being stranded on an Iowa highway at night when help arrived.
But Hamilton will remain on the bill even after a woman appears in 2010, Treasury says
Texas Gov. signs a bill to create the first state-run depository to store gold.
Domestic violence among police officers nationwide not tracked.
Don't be that person who blurts out a tongue-tied, "Uh, I'll take whatever you're paying."
The teen who lost a limb in a shark attack said he 'didn't see it coming.'
Rebecca Mills joins Amber Stephenson in facing charges in the shampoo-aisle fight.
Investigators say woman used PTO funds to pay her utilities and go shopping.
There are at least 5 excessive force suits against Justin Aita, including one by students.
In wake of Rachel Dolezal furor, the black community wants chapter to move forward.