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Washing hands in a mix of water and chlorine bleach has become a ritual in West Africa.
A punishing mix of ferocious weather is blasting parts of the USA.
About 31,000 vacancies were unfilled in July.
Once loathed in communities, the pit bull is getting a second look.
Lawsuit, criminal charges allege officer raped woman
The woman said she follows the satirical Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
Twitter and Facebook bring ideas, and confusion, to Afghanistan.
Australian TV host Karl Stefanovic wore the same suit for a year to protest sexism.
Dr. Martin Salia arrived in Omaha on Saturday from Sierra Leone.
White House officials will likely cite immigration actions by Reagan and H.W. Bush.
President Obama meets with advisers on immigration, Keystone, and other issues.
Officials say a marriage license has been issued in California for convicted killer Charles Manson and woman, 26
Pope Francis will travel to Philadelphia next year for a conference on family values.
Until 1970 pedestrians were charged ten cents to cross the bridge.
Peter Kassig, also known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig, was executed by Islamic State.
Addictive opioids have contributed to the resurgence of heroin use in the USA.
The Leonid meteor shower, an annual mid-November treat, will be coming to a sky near you tonight.
A grand jury will decide whether to indict Ferguson Police Office Darren Wilson.
More than a decade ago, a young Brazilian girl did what many girls do: She got a manicure.
Scholars say new social studies texts contain ideas that are misleading, racially prejudiced or flat-out false.