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The Koch brothers' political network plans to spend some $300 million in the 2016 elections.
North Korea has the capacity to double its arsenal by next year, says nuclear experts in China.
Data suggests employers are beginning to realize arts and literature students often have skills that other grads may lack.
The Supreme Court could rule narrowly for a California raisin farmer, or more broadly.
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Michael Hanline was the longest-serving wrongfully incarcerated man in California history.
Josh Romney ignores entreaties to challenge Sen. Mike Lee, a Tea Party favorite.
The third season of Amy Schumer's show premiered tonight on Comedy Central.
The path to the Supreme Court has been marked by many gay marriage victories, few defeats.
Attorneys for the family said they plan to announce the civil lawsuit Thursday morning.
A video of the screaming girl being forced into a police vehicle drew focus on the case.
More protests are scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday after the death of Freddie Gray.
Gov. Charlie Baker's approval rating in Suffolk University poll is over 70%.
Climate activists, scientists say Pope Francis encyclical could be a game changer.
Dieseltec owner posted that he would refuse to provide service to openly gay customers.
White House looks to issue more executive actions on climate and overtime.
The bill would allow faith-based adoption agencies to refuse to serve prospective parents.
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She said she was told she had to reimburse the loss.