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President Obama said some banks continue to engage in risky behavior.
To celebrate Seinfeld's 25th anniversary, USA TODAY looks back at some of the show's best moments.
Colorado governor hopeful Bob Beauprez said 47% of Americans "perfectly happy" to depend on government.
Waitress said child's sleeveless shirt did not comply with its policy for all ages.
Boulder County, Colo., clerk cites court ruling in refusing to stop issuing licenses
He said contrast of athletic triumphs and daily limitations contributed to stress, anxiety.
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President Obama praises the United States soccer team.
President Obama has no public appearances scheduled for Thursday.
More than $380,000 in bonuses went to top officials at 38 VA hospitals now under investigation
It's one Indianapolis Fourth of July party where the rules must be obeyed
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.