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Man seeks apology from McDonald's after being served sandwich with bites taken out of it.
Mother says Dallas nurse, who contracted virus from Liberian who later died, is regaining strength.
Thirteen-year-old was killed while visiting family in Yemen.
Thursday afternoon, a partial solar eclipse will be visible across much of the USA.
Jeffrey Fowle was detained for nearly half a year for leaving a Bible at a nightclub.
Ron Klain begins his tenure as Ebola Response Coordinator, the so-called "Ebola czar."
Royal Canadian Mountie credited with bringing down attacker
Al Neuharth's feud with Ben Bradlee was the stuff of newspaper legend.
A super PAC spends heavily in the home stretch to try to flip the Senate to Republicans.
The New York City landmark will don 60-foot bow ties.
Obama has declared or extended 30 states of national emergency, giving him broader powers.
The U.S. released immigrants with more serious convictions than were disclosed.
Contractors killed 14 unarmed Iraqis and wounded 17 while guarding State Department convoy.
Some of the most deadly terrorist acts were carried out by the Quebec Liberation Front.
The White House closes President Obama's
Then call for a break-up stems for climate change concerns.
Lack of medical facilities keeps Sierra Leone from controlling crisis.
Rule of law has different meaning in China than in the West.
Police arrest 47-year-old for allegedly dealing heroin and crack cocaine.
Guns, computer taken from house; no charges have been filed.