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The number of such cases grew 19% from 2013 to 2014, and 1,300% since 2005.
The First Family attends historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Va.
The issue has become electric in mayoral race.
Business one of several burned after grand jury chose no charges in Michael Brown shooting.
It's not just how much you make that helps you decide on a new job but what that workplace offers.
Cyclonic microwaves could bring a whirlwind of change to microwaving.
Report on Rolling Stone's gang rape story shows stunning shortcomings in the editorial process.
A judge is upset that the government is issuing the permits before the case is settled.
Israel's prime minister goes on U.S. television to campaign against Iran agreement.
Detroit ranks No. 11 when it comes to city council members' pay, analysis shows.
Columbia University faults reporting, editorial policies. 'RS' retracts story.
U.S. laws make Kinder Surprise chocolate egg fans hopping mad.
Despite drought, grass is still green and water is still gushing into ponds. What's next?
Abdirahim Mohammed Abdullahi was the son of a government chief.
"We'll not (stand for) continuing losing our children in cold blood," lawmaker declared.
There's no such thing as a fountain of youth in a bottle, say dermatologists and the FDA.
Fifty years after her murder in Selma, city park named for her is being restored.
Tajiks depend on seasonal work in Russia, which is suffering its own economic crisis.
Pope Francis said the nuclear agreement with Iran could make the world safer.
More are providing dinner for students and food pantries to feed their families.