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A record turnout of about 84% voted on Thursday's referendum.
State news reports the British drug maker was sentenced for bribing doctors.
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Candidate places signs in N. Ky. telling voters "With Jews You Lose."
Victor Castillo was living quietly, working maintenance at an apartment complex.
Arraignment of Thomas Johnson III begins legal case in Daryl Pierson's murder.
No indication Alabama hospital staff reported suspected abuse to authorities.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed outrage at the attack.
Argh, matey. Time to dust off your peg legs and eye patches.
Here is a look at reaction from prominent leaders as well as newspapers after Scotland voted to stick with the United Kingdom.
The man identifies himself as John Cantlie in a three-minute video recorded with multiple cameras.
It could be a tougher than usual flu season, CDC says.
Secession advocates in the USA - some serious, others not - watch Scotland closely.
The NFL said the entire organization would be involved in responding to the controversies.
GOP ad features indignant veterans scolding a Democrat about cuts to "veterans benefits."
At the Villa Maria Retirement Community in Grand Rapids, Mich., residents are in training for an upcoming 5K.
Global temperature was 1.28 degrees above the 20th-century average of 61.5 degrees.
Defense attorneys want more time to prepare for a trial
Seven police agencies needed to calm fracas at reception outside Buffalo, N.Y.
Filing accuses Mesa, Ariz., company of negligence in Internet sale of body armor to shooter.