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Many teachers nationwide no longer teach cursive writing to students.
Rockets rained down on southern Israeli and Israeli strikes could be heard in Gaza on Sunday.
Driver's children became afraid of Comic-Con and he sped up, hitting a 64-year-old woman.
Series of U.S. satellite images show signs of blasts from Russia and craters in Ukraine.
No electricity required. Just add water.
Two members of Congress try to deal with influx of kids amid uncertainty about recess.
For some with Lyme disease, the pain defies any answers that science has so far provided.
The parents are the first known family members of the 298 victims to visit the site.
Col. Eugene Smith's family is finally able to bury its sense of loss.
Chicago gathering on raising minimum wage focuses on efforts to escalate protests nationwide.
Russia enraged over new round of Ukraine-related sanctions imposed by the European Union.
Residents try to maintain a normal life in a city that may be soon under siege.
Other wildfires burned in Utah, Colorado and other states in the West.
According to 2010 Census data, 4.9 million children are being raised by their grandparents.
States fail to qualify for millions of federal dollars aimed at saving lives.
U.S. embassy in Libya evacuated amid growing violence
FactCheck.org takes on Alison Lundergan Grimes' Kentucky Senate campaign ad.
Brooklyn is reviewing dozens of cases that are tougher than the average wrongful conviction claim.