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ISIL militants say they will kill two hostages Wednesday, including a Japanese journalist.
Clark-Johnson served as Gannett's community news division.
Many in the rural outskirts say the situation in their country remains dire.
A water main and steam line ruptured, affecting housing for almost 200 students.
A Twitter account that includes an expletive issued a handful of tweets threatening five flights.
Police and prosecutors helped in a majority of reversals of wrongful convictions.
The men have been on the lam since they were indicted in 2011.
House minority leader doesn't believe Romney has a shot against Hillary Clinton in 2016.
A photographer took a helicopter up 7,500 feet — and these amazing shots were his results.
St. Louis County Police release more surveillance video and photos of a store being looted
Marty Weiss, only 15 when he was taken prisoner, volunteers for the U.S. Holocaust Museum.
A couple wanted to name their baby Nutella after the popular hazelnut spread.
USA TODAY College took three separate ride shares to determine which app is the best option.
Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency is continuing to search for the 92 bodies that are still missing.
Don't believe 'em, just watch.
A panel will evaluate police methods when it comes to shootings and moving vehicles.
Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history.
President meets the new king of Saudi Arabia.
A person dressed as a yeti roamed Somerville, Mass., and live tweeted.
A man missing for several days following a hunting trip to the Honey Island Swamp area has been found.