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Clinton didn't run a bad 2008 campaign and didn't fail to connect, party activists said.
A Florida restaurant isn't the first to ban ketchup. And it's not the first to get backlash for its decision.
Pistorius had already been cleared of murder in the death of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A very light glaze coated Denver, with a half-inch in some suburbs.
Business owners struggle to rebuild life destroyed in blaze set in motion by Sandy.
President Obama visits Atlanta and Tampa next week.
French radio says President Francois Hollande landed in Baghdad on Friday morning.
U.S. attacks on the Islamic State in Syria may strengthen the regime Obama wants to oust
They're reviewing rules to make gay and transgender kids feel more comfortable in school.
Tropical Storm Odile was drifting off Mexico's southern Pacific coast Friday
Cody Legebokoff was convicted Thursday on four counts of first-degree murder.
The couple becomes the second gay couple in state to have their marriage recognized.
It is the third time local Florida police have had an encounter with the man acquitted of killing Trayvon Martin.
The mayor, an admitted crack cocaine user, was hospitalized this week with an abdomenal tumor.
President's remarks trigger anger from victim's sister, but a survivor supports U.S. strategy.
Four Seattle-area teens arrested for allegedly making threats on Facebook.
Organizers expect 5,000, plus a media circus of 150 reporters.
Suspect's attorney cites self-defense in fatal shooting at Michigan intersection.
Both red and blue states are increasingly turning green, energy-wise, a study Thursday says.
Speaker is accused of diverting campaign funds for personal use.