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Rep. Trey Gowdy says the House panel's investigation will begin in earnest this month.
Prosecutors say Troy Daniels failed to properly signal that children were stepping off bus.
Justin Ross Harris, accused of murdering his son, will stand trial.
The Supreme Court let another employer avoid the contraception mandate Thursday.
USA TODAY Network looks at how cities' July Fourth plans are being affected by Hurricane Arthur.
Sustained winds of 100 mph were reported as the storm neared the barrier islands.
Hatteras Island faces mandatory evacuation starting 5 a.m. Thursday.
Research into the disease that killed the baseball great is finally starting to pay off.
Presidents have sought to summon the spirit of 1776 with a variety of July 4 ceremonies.
Tensions are high after the suspected revenge killing of an Arab teen.
Track Hurricane Arthur via tweets from across the USA.
Ky. Gov. spoke about birthrate argument against gay marriage at press conference Wednesday
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28% of Americans in Harris poll say they'd want Bill Clinton to help out on the BBQ grill.
Former cop Steven Zelich accused of hiding bodies.
Ohio brothers are hoping to be recognized as the world's oldest conjoined twins.
In one surreal looking image, a bolt of lightning is seen shooting near the United Nations.
The family claims a KFC employee asked the scarred 3-year-old to leave the restaurant.
The blast occurred as crews were setting up for a July 4th show on Friday.
Officer now accused of shooting woman in back 10 times cleared of wrongdoing in 2009 case