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Number of 'dropout factories' falls by half
Tropical Storm Megh dissipates as Tropical Storm Kate races away from the U.S.
Federal authorities declined to bring criminal civil rights charges against Christopher Manney.
The two-term attorney general served in Iraq and was a major with the guard.
As Marine Corps celebrates birthday, Iwo Jima hero is in the spotlight.
These little Lykoi kittens look like werewolves face-on, and have a rough, coarse coat.
President launches POTUS page with a video tour of his back yard.
New poll shows Carson, Rubio and Cruz gaining ground.
In state after state, legislators and agency officials engage in conflicts of interest.
New Jersey man's donations to Mount Juliet Elementary has sparked a Random Acts of Kindness Challenge among students.
Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted that they haven't given up hope for peace in the Middle East.
Clinton highlights college affordability plan
Tim Wolfe bowed to protests that he had not done enough to combat racism on campus.
Only about 3 percent of births nationwide involve multiples; quads are rare
California State University student discovers headaches were caused by a tapeworm forming a cyst.
Poll finds more than half surveyed think abortion should be illegal in most or all cases.
Jeb Bush certainly didn't shy away from that one.
U.S. citizen dies in Yemen
It was lost during Great Storm of 1913, so ferocious it has been called the “White Hurricane.”
Police investigate three assaults that took place on campus in less than one week.