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Employees are partial to local sub shop, Chick-fil-A while doing state business.
Usually when something goes viral on the Internet it fades. But one man decided to make #thedress permanent by getting a tattoo on his leg.
For some, a Michelin star rating brings too much pressure, not enough freedom.
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Three armed men reportedly robbed armed security guards whose truck broke down on I-95.
Mikulski's "legacy will span generations," Obama says.
The President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing issues its report.
Kirk's comments come after Moody's lowered city's rating to two notches above junk status.
President will comment a day before Benjamin Netanyahu speaks to Congress.
Who says you can't have fun in the freezing cold?
Lawmakers have had to cover a $866 million shortfall from the state's General Fund.
Officers were responding to a robbery report on Los Angeles' Skid Row.
Perry fared poorly in the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll.
Walker, the currently hot GOP candidate, admits he once supported path to citizenship.
Secretary of state defends nuclear talks with Iran.
Two conflicting profiles are emerging for Mohammed Emwazi, an Islamic State militant.
Know the signs and save your dishwasher from destruction.
Director Joseph Clancy says Secret Service must correct problems.
Nine buildings in downtown Grantville, Ga., are for sale.
School says it's within students' right to freedom of speech.